From soaking to bathing and everything in between, there’s a lot to be done with an Earl Grey tea bag or two
Chicken roasted in an Earl Grey bath. Yes, this actually happened. And while we know it sounds bit mad, we have to admit that it also looks bloomin' delicious.
No, we haven't gone quackers, this is a real thing. It might not look that pretty, but it's a taste sensation.
A sticky, spicy mince meat recipe infused with Earl Grey and ready to turn into pies, buns and chutneys. Or, make like us and keep a jar in the fridge for after-dinner sugar cravings. We won't tell if you don't.
When coffee meets tea. It's a bit like When Harry Met Sally, only with a touch more hot water. It turns out that Earl Grey, vanilla and frothy milk make a darn good love match.
You'll scrub up nicely with this organic sugar and black tea bath scrub. Substituting black tea for loose leaf Earl Grey will give you the same results, but with a whiff of bergamont.
A triple threat combination of tea, chocolate and matcha. There's even a stage when you dab Earl Grey soaking syrup on to the sponge, then layer on the buttercream. Delish.
What could be better than a cupcake with your tea that tastes like tea? These beauties are perfect for a mid-morning break.
Any cake that masquerades as a loaf is basically saying, "You can eat me for breakfast too, you know." Oh, well, if you insist.
Delicate Earl Grey, blanched almond and salted caramel make these lofty little bites impossible to resist.
This ice-cream is tea-riffic. Please excuse our tea-errible jokes (we'll stop now) for this Earl Grey tea and madagascan vanilla dessert. It's all kinds of incredible.
Earl Grey and cream cheese might not be the most obvious companions, but trust us – this delicate Earl Grey sponge and blueberry cream cheese frosting is pure velvety deliciousness.
Sweet, doughy Earl Grey rolls studded with white chocolate nibs and raspberries. We need this in our lives, right now.
Cold brewed tea is arguably more delicate than its heat-brewed cousin, and this version has been muddled with lavender and rose petals for a truly fragrant finish. Delicious even in the depths of winter.
Fluffy Earl Grey madeleines stuffed full of dates and drizzled with a muscavado syrup. Is it teatime yet?
Tea-infused hot chocolate? Ooh, yes please. When it comes to a hipster cafe near you, just remember: you heard it here first.
We like how the subtle bitterness of Mr Earl offsets the sweetness of fudge. To describe this as moreish feels like an epic understatement.
If we've told you once, we've told you twice; this is a ruddy delicious custard slice!
Ice-cold gin muddled with Earl Grey and lavender syrup. The bar is officially open.
The flavour might be new, but the conundrum remains the same: cream on jam or jam on cream?
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