Lord Bergamot
Lord Bergamot
Lord Bergamot
Lord Bergamot
Lord Bergamot
Lord Bergamot
Lord Bergamot

Lord Bergamot


286 reviews

A flavor somewhat superior to traditional Earl Grey. Fragrant Ceylon Dimbula and Uva are artfully combined with select teas from India's Assam valley, then scented with bergamot essential oil from the realm of Reggio Calabria, Italy.

Tasting Notes:

Malt, honey, citrus

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Martin M.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Bergamot is the bergamost!

First tried this product at Pebble Beach Lodge and loved the tea. Have been ordering ever since. Great deep flavor and aroma. Very relaxing to drink and enjoy. High quality tea that I would recommend to anyone who like a fragrant and flavorful black tea.

Judy H.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Smooth and scrumptious

Best tea ever!!

Carolyn C.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Each day at or about 3pm, it has become my joy to brew a cup of Bergamot grab a biscotti, sit and enjoy it! Peace, and calm, and a warm cups. Not much can beat that.

William G.
United States United States
I recommend this product
The Most Charming of Companions.

Dear Steven, I have had the chance to steep myself into a couple of cups of tea with Lord Bergamot. He is the most charming of campanions. He arrives, immaculately dressed in soft, yet plush outergarments. When he peels off his outercoat what is hidden within is so sheer, so delicate it can make a military man blush. The sheen of the raiments holding the treasured leaves within, are of such a revolutionary quality that spiders, spinning their own silk, must look on with envy if not certainly a ken of kinship. I still am working on the right timing as the taste has proven to be too strong, too weak, as I hope for "just right". I often invite Earl Grey to join us and the three of us have a delightful discourse of the ensuing day. With high regards, William Green

R. Lane
United States United States
I recommend this product
It's Superior To Any Other Tea

I'm a big Earl Grey drinker. It's my favorite kind of tea. I was gifted a bag of this tea and it immediately became my favorite. I reccomend it to everyone. It is far superior than any other Earl Grey I've ever had. It's good hot and cold. You really can't go wrong with this tea. Do yourself a favor and get a bag of this tea, you won't be disappointed.


Ceylon Dimbula, Uva and Indian Assam full leaf teas and natural bergamot flavor.

Blend Numerology

In 1855, Lord Bergamot decreed this to be the number of bergamot fruits used to make a thimble full of bergamot essence.


For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212 degrees). Steep 1 sachet or 1 rounded tsp (2.5 g) loose leaf for five minutes. If possible, play a little opera softly in the background.

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  • assam
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  • ceylon dimbula
  • ceylon uva


Indian Black Tea

Assam tea is the biggest, brightest, richest and most astringent tea made. It is the backbone to breakfast style teas of nearly all brand and quality although it is also used in many blends for body and top notes. Assam is less floral and has more bread or biscuit-like flavor than other origins, and is often described as malty or coppery.

Assam Region

The Assam region is located in Northeast India, and borders Bhutan and Bangladesh. At near sea level, this region produces teas that are full flavored, rich, and chewy with distinct characteristics of caramel and malt. The best teas from this region are plucked and processed in June and July, a harvest also known as the 2nd Flush.

Bergamot Oil

Essential Oil

Bergamot is a citrus fruit the color of a lime and the size of a large orange. Picked when ripe, the thick peel is removed and pressed like an olive to extract its essential oils. It has a distinctive flavor and aroma with notes of lavender, lemon and spice.

Reggio Calabria Province

Harvested in early winter, our bergamot comes from the Ionian Coast of the Reggio Calabria Province. The terroir gives the bergamot fruit grown here more nuance and a variety of aromatics that we are looking for.

Ceylon Dimbula

Sri Lankan Black Tea

The Dimbula region is directly opposite the Uva region in Sri Lanka. Dimbulas are often called “Westerns” in the tea trade. They have a reddish amber color in the cup, with a medium to full body, slightly fruity flavor and mineral notes. Ceylon Dimbulas are often used in medium bodied blends, Earl Grey formulas and other flavored teas. The best Dimbula teas are produced from December to February.

Central Province

The Central Province, true to its name, is located in the heart of Sri Lanka. It is said that in its capital city of Kandy, the tooth of the Buddha resides in a temple, which alone makes this place worth visiting. Here at Smith, just as holy, are the many breathtaking high elevation tea gardens that make a significant contribution to the total output of high grade Sri Lankan teas, which we look to buy between the months of December to February.

Ceylon Uva

Sri Lankan Black Tea

Situated 1100 meters above sea level on the island of Sri Lanka, the Uva region produces teas of distinctly different character from their Ceylonese siblings. Uvas are astringent, intensely floral and slightly sharp in flavor with a golden cup color. They add “bite” and freshness to blends.

Uva Province

Uva Province is located in the soutestern part of Sri Lanka and is the second least populated portion of the island. It makes up for this with an abundance of exceptional tea gardens and wonderfule scenic overviews, like Lipton's Seat, where one can have a fresh cup of tea from the Dambethenna Estate and a front row seat to harvesting in the surrounding tea fields. We buy our teas during the peak harvest moths of June through September.