Pour the orange juice into a saucepan, add the sugar and drop in the earl grey tea bag. Keep the saucepan on medium heat until the mixture becomes warm and the sugar is dissolved. Take care to ensure that the mixture does not boil.
Remove the teabag and let the mixture cool down a bit until lukewarm. Otherwise the jelly will not set.
Now stir in the gelatin. Whisk briskly to blend. The ratio of liquid to gelatin is reduced for a slightly firmer jelly.
Pour the mixture into a very lightly oiled tray. Use sunflower as it has no residual taste. This helps to take the set jelly out in clean chunks.
Put the jelly mix in the fridge to set, for at least 3 hours.
To cut the jelly- Take a knife and a jug of boiled water, dip the knife in the water and then cut the jelly into small squares, about 1 cm square. Keep dipping the knife before each cut to get clean edges on the squares.
For the yogurt cream:
For the yogurt cream: Whip the cream very lightly. Add the yoghurt and incorporate.