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Mfg Part#: 072310008236
Sku: 225305491
UPC: 072310008236
UPC 14: 00072310008236
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Bigelow Tea Green Tea Earl Grey 20 Tea Bags (1.05 oz / 29 g) Bigelow Tea Green Tea Earl Grey is perfectly flavored with natural bergamot. For over a century, Earl Grey has remained one of the world's most distinctive and popular specialty teas. Lightly scented with bergamot, its delicate aroma and flavor have delightedmillions of tea drinkers worldwide for well over a hundred years. Now, by popular demand, Bigelow is pleased to introduce Earl Grey Green Tea, a tea that will bring you all the benefits green tea has to offer plus the wonderful Earl Grey flavor, in 20 individually foil wrapped tea bags per box. The satisfying, toasty notes of Bigelow Green Tea are what set it apart from all others. The delicate brew naturally contains healthy antioxidants and an average of only 25-50 mg caffeine per 8 fl. oz. serving. From English Teatime to Pomegranate Green, Bigelow has many wonderful teas for you to enjoy. And, most importantly, each and every tea bag is overwrapped and sealed in a stay fresh foil packet so that all the goodness is protected until you get ready to have a cup of tea. History of Tea From Buddhist monks using it in their religious ceremonies to American revolutionaries tossing it in to Boston Harbor, tea has become more than a beverage; it has become an event. For nearly 5,000 years this drink has been a source of medicine, meditation, piracy, political upheaval, social order, congregation, and superstition. While the roles tea has played in Eastern and Western civilization are abundant, it is derived from a plant native to Central and Eastern Asia. Botanically, the tea they drink is of the genus camellia and the species sinesis. This temperamental plant, which is greatly affected by variations of soil, elevation, and climate, originated in Central Asia and can be separated into three basic types: black, green, and oolong.
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