Earl Grey Crème is a classic black tea blend infused with bergamot citrus, fragrant lavender and notes of creamy vanilla inspired by the much-adored ‘London fog’(a hot tea beverage that’s made with half Earl Grey Tea, half steamed milk, and vanilla syrup).

Earl Grey tea has as many preferences for drinking it as it has loyal fans. In England, it is often sweetened with a splash of lemon added, though milk is rarely used. In the United States, it’s common to add milk to that type of tea, but many people prefer it as is.

The bergamot found in Earl Grey tea is said to have a calming effect. … Alongside the bergamot, a small amount of caffeine is present in the tea. However, it is not enough to create a caffeine crash later in the day. Instead, the caffeine helps provide clarity and concentration rather than exacerbating jittery nerves.

Although tea is regarded a delicious, aromatic stimulant worldwide; even tea may lead to health problems if flavored and consumed in extraordinarily high quantities. When consumed in excess, Bergamot essence in Earl Grey tea may induce muscle cramps, muscle twitches, tingling, and blurred vision.