Temperley for Twinings
Alice Temperley for Twinings
To celebrate the launch of our new and improved blend, The Earl Grey, Twinings has teamed up with renowned British fashion designer, Alice Temperley, to create an exclusive, bespoke Temperley for Twinings print.
Alice Temperley’s beautiful print brings to life the incredible journey of the original Earl Grey blend, created by Twinings in 1831, as it travelled across the oceans from China to the UK. This exclusive print will be featured across a range of products, including a limited edition scarf.
Designed on beautiful rough silk, the scarf perfectly echoes the fluidity of the waves, both in its natural movement and the nautical-inspired design. The intricate print also features Earl Grey’s key ingredient, the bergamot plant and oil, which Charles Grey II believed gave the blend its special and unique taste. And, in homage to the blend’s oriental origins, Temperley also drew inspiration from the historic era of the Ming Dynasty, known for its ornate and iconic blue and white porcelain, and well-crafted tea caddies, giving this exclusive print its beautiful blue colour scheme.
The Temperley for Twinings scarf is in a limited edition of 1000 making them as rare as they are exquisite - NOW AVAILABLE - was £115.00 now £50.00! Click here to order yours today.
Above - the Limited Edition Temperley for Twinings Print Scarf 135cmx135cm
Below - detail of Alice Temperley Mood Board which inspired the Temperley for Twinings Print
£2.50 for 1 bag
Designed with the history Twinings Lyon this gift bag can hold up to 5 of our 20 boxes of tea or 4 of our 50's and 2 of the hundred boxes.
£2.60 for 50 teabags
Scented with bergamot flavour, for a light soothing afternoon drink.
£4.50 for 100 teabags
Scented with lemon and bergamot flavours, for a light soothing afternoon drink.
£3.09 for 50 teabags
The story goes that Earl Grey was given cases of this tea by a Chinese Mandarin. He liked it so much he asked Twinings to recreate it for him.
£10.00 for 1 Tin
The story goes that Earl Grey, the Georgian prime minister, was given cases of this tea by a Chinese Mandarin.