Tasmanian Earl Grey Tea
With its elegant flavour and aristocratic name, some people might think of Earl of Tasmania tea as somewhat posh – reserved for entertaining and special events. In reality, it’s one of our most popular blends to be enjoyed every day.
Tasmanian black tea, grown in the Huon region of southern Tasmania and marketed as Huon Black, is a mild tea with a roasted aroma, which does not need milk so as not to to detract from the flavour.
Tasmanian Mountain Pepper Leaves
Compared to everyday pepper, Tasmanian Mountain Pepper has more of a herbal dimension, and packs more of a spicier, sharper, hotter punch.
Simply by drinking a refreshing cup of Earl of Tasmania is a great way to obtain rich, superior antioxidants. Not only has Mountain Pepper served Indigenous Australians as a flavouring agent for food over generations, but by and large, as a traditional medicine. Due to its high antioxidants, Mountain Pepper has been documented as a treatment for a variety of illnesses including stomach ache and colic.
With potent antioxidants, four times more powerful than the renowned blueberry, Mountain Pepper’s health benefits are just as useful today as they have been over centuries.
Tasmanian Huon Black Tea, Tasmanian Mountain Pepper Leaves
Use 1 teaspoon per cup and boiling water to brew. Mountain Pepper packs a punch! The longer you brew, the more fire you’ll feel!
Handcrafted in Tasmania with local and imported ingredients.