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Milady Grey

29-50-P
In stock: 801
4.9
Canada
5.77
5.77
CA
Origin
Canada
North America
Caffeine Level (mg/1g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+
Description
Description
You've been asking for it and we are proud to offer our very own, highly anticipated Milady Grey tea! A refreshing and light twist on a traditional Earl Grey tea. Created in the 90's, Milady Grey was originally blended to play down the "pungency" that a traditional Earl Grey can have. After much tasting, trial and error, we created what we believe to be the ultimate Lady Grey tea. We blended together luxury grade black tea, with bergamot oil, orange, lemon and a touch of rose. This blend infuses a malty, buttery, citrusy cup with the flavor of pure fresh-cut lemon slices, a touch of astringency, and a whole lot of fresh flavor. We hope you enjoy our favorite Milady Grey!
Featured ingredients
Cornflower
Lemongrass
Orange
Rose petals
How to make
a perfect cup of tea
1-1.5 TSP or 1 BAG
200ml
95°C
2 - 3 min
Details
Ingredients:
Black tea, orange pieces, rose petals, lemongrass, cornflower petals, oil of bergamot, lemon oil
Reviews
by Sascha Uncia
this week
Extremely perfumey! My first thought upon opening the bag was that the leaves smelled a lot like like aftershave or cologne. I had to double check the ingredients list and thankfully no artificial aroma is added to the blend, awesome! Thankfully this pungent looseleaf mellows out a lot after breweing, producing an orange-amber cup that smells pleasantly floral and citrusy.

The flavour of the tea closely matches the aroma, with predominantly floral and citrus notes. The black tea base is obscured a bit by the bouquet of flowers, but tastes like a pretty standard english black tea, strong and a little bitter. As expected it goes excellently with milk!

I've tried about 6 earl greys from here; My favourite Tealyra Earl Greys at time of writing are...
- Darjeeling Earl Grey (Very citrusy from heaps of bergamot)
- Hawaiian Earl Grey (Tropical twist on classic earl grey)
- And now taking third place, Milady Grey. (A bit flowery, but a variety of different citrus notes)

Any of those three are great choices, just be aware of how flowery this one is so you know what to expect.
by Hadeil Al-Tamimi
January 2024
This is great! I hated how cheap the twinnings one tasted. This one is a whole other level. Amazing blend, I’m enjoying a cup at the moment with some lemon shortbread cookies!
by Triss
February 2023
If you're expecting something like Twinings Lady Grey--which I certainly was-- suffice it to say this blend is not much like that at all. The citrus flavour that characterise Lady Grey takes second seat to a floral note imparted by the rose petals in the blend. Maybe that's what makes it Milady Grey and not just Lady Grey; there's extra character for our taste buds to explore beyond simple citrus. It makes for a very pleasant cup of tea that will have you coming back for more.
by Elda
December 2021
Received my first my first canister as a gift and the label was smudged. I was horrified at the thought that I wouldn’t find the name of it to get another ! It was so good I searched for nearly a year!!! Yay! I found it!
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