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drank Earl Grey Tea by Culinary Teas
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This is a fantastic Earl Grey. The black tea base is solid yet pliant, and the bergamot is flavored skillfully. The citrus-y tones pop out first, and then there are simple notes of the floral aspects of the bergamot. Very rich, very flavorful. So very nice.

looseTman

My wife is wondering how this Earl Grey compares to The Whistling Kettle’s EG Cream she’s currently drinking? Also, how does it compare to the French Earl Grey by The Tea merchant? Thanks!

LiberTEAS

To be honest, I have had a lot of Earl Grey teas. And because it’s been a while since I’ve had this particular Earl Grey, and I don’t think I’ve tried Whistling Kettle’s version, I would be at a great disadvantage to try to compare the two. I would recommend trying it and seeing how you like it. Everyone’s palate is different. :)

looseTman

Hello LiberTEAS, Have you tried French Earl Grey by The Tea merchant? If yes, how does Culinary Teas EG compare to it? Thanks!

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looseTman

My wife is wondering how this Earl Grey compares to The Whistling Kettle’s EG Cream she’s currently drinking? Also, how does it compare to the French Earl Grey by The Tea merchant? Thanks!

LiberTEAS

To be honest, I have had a lot of Earl Grey teas. And because it’s been a while since I’ve had this particular Earl Grey, and I don’t think I’ve tried Whistling Kettle’s version, I would be at a great disadvantage to try to compare the two. I would recommend trying it and seeing how you like it. Everyone’s palate is different. :)

looseTman

Hello LiberTEAS, Have you tried French Earl Grey by The Tea merchant? If yes, how does Culinary Teas EG compare to it? Thanks!

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My favorite teas are Yellow Teas with most Oolong teas at a close second. As far as “flavored” teas go, I love Earl Grey, Chocolate and Jasmine teas.

I also am intrigued by flavored teas with an unusual or unique flavor combination.

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