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They may not have discovered it, but no one (save the Chinese) loves tea more than the British. The United Kingdom’s two greatest contributions to tea are in fact relatively recent ones. The first, Earl Grey—a blend of black tea given a distinctive floral note from bergamot oil—was invented for the 2nd Earl Grey in the 1830s. The second, teatime—a light meal usually served at around 4 P.M. and not to be confused with high tea, which occurs between 5 and 7 P.M. and includes a hot dish—is…

They may not have discovered it, but no one (save the Chinese) loves tea more than the British. The United Kingdom’s two greatest contributions to tea are in fact relatively recent ones. The first, Earl Grey—a blend of black tea given a distinctive floral

Nina’s Thé de Marie Antoinette: "Ceylon black tea with flavors of apples and roses"

ime for tea on this I have that French feeling since I'm listening to French soul music. Nina's Marie Antoinette tea has notes of apples and roses.