I’ll preface this by saying that I’m not a fan of Earl Grey. I really can’t stand the taste of bergamot.

Luckily, this tea is not very heavy on the bergamot. I definitely get a hint that it’s there, but it isn’t over powering. More than anything it masks the white tea, making it taste more like a Ceylon.

I tried this both hot and as iced tea.

Hot, it basically tastes like a white tea masquerading as an earl grey with a hint of lemon. It was fine, but nothing spectacular.

As an iced tea, this was delicious. Honestly, in a blind taste test I would probably guess that this was a black tea with a shot of fresh lemon juice. Super refreshing.

Overall, it’s worth a go, especially if you’re fond on earl grey.

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