Messmer Earl Grey Black Tea 25x

fresh and spicy, with bergamot oil

 2,85

Available

 65,14 per kg

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Description

Messmer Earl Grey Black Tea – with 25 tea bags

When the Briton Earl Charles Gray brought a tea flavored with bergamot oil back to England from a trip to China, the variety quickly became very popular. Earl Gray tea was born. The tea experts mix selected black teas for the Meßmer Earl Gray, which are rounded off by the typical character of the citrus fruit bergamot – for a fresh, piquant moment of pleasure.

PREPARATION: Boil fresh water and pour boiling water over the tea. The brewing time is 3 to 5 minutes. The tea has a stimulating effect for up to 3 minutes and is no longer stimulating after 5 minutes. With brewing times of more than 5 minutes, black tea can taste a bit bitter.

OFFER for big needs: Order 11 pieces and you will automatically receive a whole box of 12 pieces. 22 = 24 pieces, 33 = 36 pieces, 44 = 48 pieces. This offer applies to most teas from Messmer and Teekanne.

PACKAGE CONTENTS: 43,75 g  / 25 double chamber bags á 1,75 g

Additional information

GTIN: 4001257218404
Weight 70 g
Brand

Maximum quantity per order

48 pieces

Storage Information

Store dry and protect from heat

Manufacturer

Meßmer Tee-Gesellschaft mbH, 21218 Seevetal, Deutschland

Ingredients

INGREDIENTS

Black tea, natural bergamot flavor, natural flavor.

Naturally vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free.

Nutritional values

NUTRITIONAL VALUES on average per 100ml tea* prepared:

Energy 3 kJ / 1 kcal
Fat 0g
– of which saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 0.2 g
– of which sugar 0.1 g
Protein 0g
Salt 0 g

* when preparing a bag with 200ml (1 cup) water

 

About Messmer

Messmer – a formerly independent tea trading company – is now a brand of the Ostfriesische Tee Gesellschaft.

The company has its origins in a delicatessen and grocery store that was founded on September 21, 1852 by Eduard Meßmer in Baden-Baden. Messmer soon became the purveyor to the court of Wilhelm of Prussia and his wife Augusta, who for many years were guests at his father Johann Friedrich Baptist Messmer’s hotel, the Hotel Messmer. In 1886 Messmer was able to open a branch in Frankfurt am Main, which was managed by his son Otto Messmer (1858-1940). In 1895, Otto Messmer had the Messmer Tee trademark protected.

In 1990 the company Ed. Messmer GmbH & Co., Frankfurt am Main and Grettstadt, was taken over by the East Frisian Tea Company Laurens Spethmann GmbH & Co. KG from Seevetal. The current range of the Messmer brand includes 46 types of tea or tea blends, which are sold both loosely and in double-chamber tea bags.

To see all of Messmer’s products available, click here for the Messmer brand page.

Responsible manufacturer:

Ostfriesische Tee Gesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG
Bosteler Feld 6
21218 Seevetal
GERMANY