18 Tasting Notes
This is a great Earl Grey; it has the necessary heaping of bergamot and the cornflowers. This is a fantastic tea. With a splash of milk and artisan honey, I reached Nirvana.
This was my first ali shan, and I will definitely try more! The floral aroma of this tea is delightful. I felt relaxed and happy drinking it. With subsequent infusions, this tea became even more aromatic, with its honey and orchid undertones becoming more prominent. I really liked this!
The taste of blueberry in this tea is spectacular. Refreshing, delicious and is good warm and iced. This tea is also nice when mixed with vanilla tea.
This tea has wonderful characteristics. There is a great fruity flavor while also being full-bodied. Using milk only makes this tea more great. I recommend this tea to anyone that likes black tea. I
Fantastic Earl Grey! The vanilla in this tea makes it wonderfully creamy and goes well with the bergamot. I think I like this tea more than Culinary’s standard Earl Grey; there is no bitterness in this cup. It is just very smooth and is meant to be savored.
Refreshing tea. The taste of the strawberry is prominent and doesn’t taste artificial at all. This will be a staple in my home, for sure!
A nice tea. Milder than Culinary’s regular Earl Grey, this is a very sweet and aromatic. i like this version of the Cream Earl Grey. I recommend trying it.
When I first tried this tea, I was unimpressed. The woody flavor wasn’t, er, my cup of tea. One the second steeping of these leaves, however, I was very pleased to find a balanced cup of delicious tea! A few days later, I tried steeping dry leaf again, this time making sure to awaken the leaves by pouring boiling water over them and discarding this first brew. Upon drinking my tea, a bright smile spread across my face as notes of honey and pecans hit my senses. While a dash of sugar was nice, this tea is really special all on its own. Just awesome tea! Definitely one of my favorites.