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Earl Grey tea

Earl Grey is a perennially popular variety of tea named after Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, who reputedly got the recipe from a friend of his, a Chinese mandarin. Earl Grey is a black tea blend, which gets its flavor from bergamot oil. Traditionally it was made from Indian and Sri Lankan teas, but over the years many other varieties have been used.

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