Tea Grade: Russian Earl Grey Tea
Our Russian Earl Grey tea is delicately blended with highland black tea grades. Acril Natural Earl Grey tea and spiced lemongrass leaves make a bright golden-reddish colored liquor with sweet, fragrant Russian Earl Grey tea. The aroma is light and subtle, allowing the lemony bergamot to be more pronounced.
A perfect and popular afternoon tea, you’ll find it round and rich. In addition, this is one of the most consumed tea grades in the flavored tea category.
Tea was first introduced to Russia in 1618 by a Chinese ambassador to Russia. At the time, Russians used to drink warm fruit and herbal beverages. Furthermore, tea was not very popular at first. Over time, the Russians decided to enhance tea by adding fruit and spices. Today, Russians are among the world’s highest per capita tea drinkers.
Ingredients: Highland Pure Ceylon Earl Grey Tea, Lemongrass Leaves.
Buy Ceylon Tea Wholesale?
When purchasing Ceylon tea wholesale, it’s also important to consider the followings,
- Quality of tea
- Packaging and shipping options.
Tea is a delicate product that can be easily damaged if it is not stored and shipped properly. Make sure that your supplier is using high-quality packaging materials and that they have experience shipping tea to your location.
At Acril, we offer organic tea (USDA, EU, or JAS-certified tea) and conventional tea in Sri Lanka at very competitive prices with higher quality standards. Also, we have a solution for your private-label packaging requirement. If you plan to develop your brand name in tea, private-label packaging plays a crucial role in its success.
we invite you to be a part of this journey by becoming a fresh partner with us. Together, we can change the way the world experiences tea.
Elle Amalie –
Wonderful flavour. It is a great morning pick-me-up. The orange and lemongrass balance so well with the black tea. This tea, I will always keep in my stock.
Nice tea, I tried only one time but now addicted. Thanks for helping me to set up my business here in Ukraine 🙂