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drank Earl Grey by Bigelow
18 tasting notes

For a relatively cheap tea, this tea is surprisingly good! When I first tried it, I was not happy with it whatsoever. But, once I tried it again, it really is pretty good!

If you’re looking for a cheap, reliable, smooth earl grey that’s found at almost any store in the country, Bigelow Earl Grey is a good choice!

Also, it uses real oil of bergamot, which a lot of cheap teas do not! I am greatly impressed with it!

All in all, if you don’t have a box of it, give it a try.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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Rocks, birds, plants, tea.

Literally me.

Mineral collector
Ornithology hobbyist
Wild flower know-it-all
Cheap tea connoisseur

My life is rather odd, clearing estates, running around to help people and still have enough time for a nice cuppa.

I’m changing peoples views on tea as fast as I can. It’s amazing when you tell someone “that’s tea!” and they look confused because they’re used to Lipton.

My favorite moment with that was at a mineral friends house. He had decaf Bigelow earl grey… Hell no, I whipped out Tapal Danedar and brewed it for a little bit. “that’s real tea.” I said. He was wired and bought a box.

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