Organic Lady Orange
Earl Grey
First Flush

Super Premium 95 P.

Our super premium Organic Earl Grey made with fine single-estate, first flush Darjeeling. Blended with organic orange oil, orange peel, apple pieces, as well as cornflowers for a highly aromatic and exciting Earl Grey variant. 100g
  • Blended with organic orange peel, apple pieces as well as cornflowers
  • Additionally fragranced with organic bergamot and orange oil
Tea Estate Phuguri Estate
Terroir Mirik, Darjeeling, India
Harvest First Flush, 2022
Cultivar CH (China)
Elevation 1,065–1,525 above sea level
Oxidation/Fermentation 20–49%
Organic Cert. EU certified organic
Grade Super Premium (95/100)

Delivery : 1–3 business days

Incl. VAT, excl. Shipping

€119.00 / 1kg
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Tea Farm

The certified organic Seeyok Estate was established in 1869 and is located in the Mirik Valley at the foot of the Himalayas. This prestigious tea garden sits at 1,000-1,800m above sea level, an elevation higher than most tea gardens in the region. At the border between India and Nepal, the tea garden lies in the shadow of the Kanchenjunga Mountain with a view of the Rongbong Valley. The northeast-facing slopes benefit from high rainfall and a cool microclimate that is responsible for the characteristically robust flavour of the tea. The tea is processed according to strictly observed quality standards.



A wonderfully balanced and refreshing version of the classic Earl Grey. Exquisite orange aroma perfectly complements the floral notes of the first flush Darjeeling. The citrus fragrance of orange and bergamot oils accompany a full-bodied flavour and soft texture that delights the senses. The tea is overall characterised by a sweet and fruity taste.




Intense red-orange

Black Tea

Black tea is the most oxidised form of tea. In contrast to green tea, the oxidation of the leaves after harvest and withering is not stopped with heat, but rather further facilitated by intensive rolling of the leaves, which breaks open cell walls and exposes the enzymes responsible for oxidation. Over the course of this process the leaves change from green to black and a full-bodied and broad aroma develops. The cup is often orange or red, which is where the Chinese name for this tea (hong cha, meaning "red tea") comes from.

Cultivation & Processing

Organic Certification


Brewing Guide

2–3g per 100–300ml water (75°C). Steep for 2–3 minutes.


High-quality, airtight, resealable standing zipper pouch with 9 protective layers to preserve flavour and protect against oxidation and contamination.

Recommended Teapot

For an especially aromatic and traditional-tasting Earl Grey, we recommend an elegant glass teapot from Hario or, alternatively, a classic porcelain teapot.

Recommended Storage

A high-quality tea caddy made of cherry bark (solid wood, kabazaiku chazutsu) is ideal, though any airtight tea caddy with internal coating will suffice.

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