Red Rose "New Day Dawning" Blood Orange Earl Grey Black Tea - 15ct
Drink in Every Moment
The Red Rose Moment. The time of day that is yours. Sometimes scheduled, sometimes stolen. Moments of celebration, contemplation, gratitude, relaxation. Such times deserve a specially crafted tea from Red Rose, the brand that has been a special part of your family for generations.
Find a moment every morning to sit and celebrate the day to come. Relax, reflect, rejoice. Your day awaits with Blood Orange Earl Grey Black Tea.
Ingredients: Black Tea, Orange Peel, Oil of Bergamot, Natural Flavor.
For a delicious cup of Hot Tea: Bring fresh cold water to a rolling boil. Pour 8 oz water over one tea bag and steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove tea bag.
For a refreshing quart of Iced Tea: Bring fresh cold water to a rolling boil. Pour 4 cups over 3 to 5 tea bags and steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove tea bags and pour over ice filled glasses.
15 Servings Per Container
Serving Size is 1 teabag
Total Fat 0g
Total Carbohydrate 0g
Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, total sugars, added sugars, Vitamin D, calcium, iron and potassium.
A gluten-free food
Blood Orange Earl Grey is so delicious, I am glad I gave this one a try, even though I was a bit skeptical before I ordered it. Nice strong flavor and a favorite to start the day with!
I tried this the first day we got it; but, wasn't thinking about providing feedback. So, my wife made a cup last night. Usually she doesn't like the use creamer in fruit based teas because they tend to curdle. So, we used non-dairy creamer and I drink it also with sugar free "sugar"(sic). The creamsicle was amazing. Plus, we like a little pastry with our tea, and we tried Milk Chocolate Gingerbread cookies from Aldi. Wow, it was amazing... we loved it, and then afterward had a cup with just a little sugar free sugar and enjoyed that too. We thought it needed a little extra steeping time to bring out the full flavor, and gave ours a full half hour with a reheat, and this didn't affect quality at all. If we hadn't we would have thought the tea weak.. I say this because it's sat on our shelf after the first cup with was brewed with standard brewing time. Bring to boil, and stand 5 minutes was not enough to really bring out the flavor. I don't know if you can remedy that... but, steeping it for 20 minutes seems to work fine, and 30 minutes was even better. Plus it stood up to the reheat. I think if we want a small sweet snack before bed, we won't go wrong with the Blood Orange Earl Gray. The two flavors really enhanced our sweet treat with the Tea and made for a wonderful combination. :-) Also, I am not a big Earl Gray fan; but, my wife is.. This combination worked for me... at least the way it is now. Still not a fan of Earl Gray but the Bergamot worked well with Blood Orange. Good call! :-)
I am NOT an Earl Grey fan, but the addition of the orange flavor makes this tea quite lovely. I'm glad a took a chance on it!
All in all, a good tea although the "Earl Grey" bergamot could be a little more intense. I have it as an afternoon pick-me-up.
When I first tasted the “New Day Dawning” blood orange Earl Gray Black tea, my mouth just woke up with a refreshing feeling of sunshine! I just love this tea!