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This is an interesting take on the traditional earl grey tea. The orange and lemon flavours give the tea a tangy zip without the added pungency of bergamot. It goes surprisingly well with milk – though the result is a bit lighter than the traditional cuppa of earl grey in my opinion. It’s a nice tea to drink on a gorgeous, sunny morning like this one. _

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KeenTeaThyme

“Without the added pungency of bergamot” makes me want to try this, during my quest for Earl Grey. Sounds like this might be my cuppa tea (so sorry for the pun). :)

Jillian

Well I’d be willing to trade you some if you’re interested. :)

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KeenTeaThyme

“Without the added pungency of bergamot” makes me want to try this, during my quest for Earl Grey. Sounds like this might be my cuppa tea (so sorry for the pun). :)

Jillian

Well I’d be willing to trade you some if you’re interested. :)

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