5 1of5This "answer" card on a recent edition of the TV quiz show, "Jeopardy," drew a constestant's correct "question:" Bigelow, as in Ruth Bigelow, whose Constant Comment Tea led to establishment of R.C. Bigelow Tea, now based in Fairfield.Contributed photoShow MoreShow Less 2of5Constant Comment Tea, first brewed by Ruth Bigelow in 1945, proved to be the first brand of R.C. Bigelow Tea, which now markets 120 different teas.Contributed photoShow MoreShow Less 3of5 4of5The R.C. Bigelow Tea headquarters off lower Black Rock Turnpike. The business is marking its 70th anniversary this year.File photoShow MoreShow Less 5of5 And the answer is...? "Bigelow," as in the Fairfield-based, family-owned tea company. The business' namesake, Ruth Bigelow, was the subject of an "answer" on the Feb. 13 broadcast of the popular television quiz program, "Jeopardy." "Ruth of this last name began blending tea in 1945," intoned host Alex Trebek, and the contestant correctly posed the "question:" "Who was Bigelow?" Precisely, Ruth Campbell Bigelow, whose formulation of Constant Comment Tea became the foundation brand for R.C. Bigelow Inc., which today produces 120 different teas. The company, headquartered on lower Black Rock Turnpike, is marking its 70th anniversary this year. For more information about Bigelow Tea, visit: www.bigelowtea.com.