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Earl Grey

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Definition of Earl Grey in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A kind of China tea flavoured with bergamot: a cup of Earl Grey [as modifier]: Earl Grey tea
More example sentences
  • Five days a week, I pack up my laptop, set myself up with some Earl Grey tea, and write my childish, disappointing prose.
  • And I want an Earl Grey tea, with honey if you've got it.
  • You can put the kettle on, drink some Earl Grey tea, and feel comfortable and safe.

Origin

probably named after the 2nd Earl Grey (1764–1845).

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