Earl Grey’, Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey was educated at Richmond School, Yorkshire. Charles Grey
became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1830, under his administration he saw the abolition
of slavery in the British Empire and according to the Grey family, Earl Grey Tea was specially blended by a
Chinese mandarin for Lord Grey, to suit the water at Howick Hall, the family seat in Northumberland, using
bergamot in particular to offset the preponderance of lime in the local water. Lady Grey used it to entertain
in London as a political hostess, and it proved so popular that she was asked if it could be sold to others,
which is how ‘Earl Grey’ came to market.
The Mad Hatter is a whimsical character initially encountered at a tea party within Lewis Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures In Wonderland' story.
With the Mad Hatter's unique connection with tea, it seems appropriate to blend them together so everyone can experience 'A taste of Wonderland'
Mad Hatter Tea is a perfect balance of colour and flavour combined together to tantalise taste buds, placing the spotlight on a quality (QualiTEA) product that simply revives the spirit, enriches the mood and adds peppiness and cheerfulness to the substance of life.
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