Early Grey Organic Tea from Care Tea

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Early Grey Organic Tea from Care Tea infuses to a nice, solid, dark brown and smells like a stronger black tea base especially for it being in a bag! The aroma of the Earl Grey scents are not as strong as I have smelled with other teas but it is present.

The taste of this Early Grey Organic Tea from Care Tea is an eye-opener! The black tea base is sturdy and prominent. Then the Earl Grey flavor pops in. There are astringent punches at the end of the sip. The hint of bergamot pops in and out throughout your sipping experience. I can tell that Early Grey Organic Tea from Care Tea is a HIGH Caffeine Tea and today I can certainly use that!

I wanted to dig in a little deeper to this tea company. Why was it named Care Tea? Very simply… From the earth to your cup… We care about your health We care about the community We care about the planet It all leads to purity in every sip. Good taste, good health, good tea. That’s certainly something I can side with! And Early Grey Organic Tea from Care Tea is certainly a bagged tea I can see myself drinking again! It’s a stronger cuppa in a bag that’s perfect for those rushed mornings and while you are on the go!


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Where to Buy: Care Tea

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A hint of bergamot orange shines through the deep tones of black tea for a truly refined cup.

Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!

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