drank Earl Grey by Stash Tea Company
42 tasting notes

After a month at my new job, I finally realized that I wasn’t going to buy a gaiwan for work, and my morning cuppa Yorkshire Gold just wasn’t going to cut it as my only tea until 5, so I bought a box of this, based on the facts that the Earl Grey Addict liked it, it was cheap, and it would probably be good without milk or sugar (we have creamer at work, but I don’t want to buy milk that will just sit in the work fridge). I use microwaved water, which isn’t the best choice, but it’s what we have (unless I can convince the other content writers to chip in for an electric kettle).

Anyway, this is pretty good. Nothing astounding, but a decent Earl Grey. The citrus smell of the dry bag is very strong, but it’s much more balanced in the cup. I probably won’t be buying another box when this one runs out, but that’s only because of the wonderful experience I had recently with Twinings Darjeeling.

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Hi, I’m Mark! I’ve loved tea since my childhood, but have only recently begun to get into the higher quality loose-leaf tea world, and I love it! I try to buy all of my tea locally (it’s easier for me to keep track of my spending when I use cash, plus the lack of shipping makes me feel like I get more for my money, of which I have little).


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