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This say perfect for the afternoon or evening but it was my THREE cups of the day and it’s awesome! I’m sending the rest to my Sororitea Sister LiberTEAs but the postman might have to pry it from my fingers! It’s delish!
It’s rich and malty and toasty-sweet and a wonderful Keemun. I’m totally loving Grey’s Teas thus far and this might be my favorite one so far!
WOW! This is nice! It’s incredible! Malty, sort of creamy with a hint of sweet towards the end of the sip. It’s rich! This is a MARV Keemun. As an afterthought on the aftertaste I can pick up on either a pepper or a smoke but a tee-knee weenie hint!
It’s been a crazy few hours! WOW!
I received some teas from Grey’s and am super excited to try them!
This is my first one!
At first I thought it was a flavored Earl Grey. Then I thought it was some sort of Chai…an Earl Grey flavored Chai, perhaps? Regardless…the citrus is very nice. The cloves are just right and eventho it’s supposed to be a Winter WARMER this is FAB hot or cold.
i want the tea nation earl grays black tea .it has the picture with the boat on it.
By the looks of it, it took me about a year to get through this 125g. All year, it’s been my most comforting tea, for times when I need my favourite tea because something had better cheer me up soon! Maybe i should get some new first flush darjeeling, I do love it!
For the first time in weeks I have got a few hours spare to tidy my room, listen to some music I have bought recently (ska music today) and drink my way through a pot or so of tea. You can’t go wrong with this tea. I left it brewing far longer than I normally would, and it still tastes wonderful. I love afternoons like this, in their understated way
The leaves in this are enormous. I just threw a few into the bottom of a cup rather than using a strainer, and they have opened up fully. Leaves are several centimetres long and it looks like some weeds are growing in the bottom of my cup
A brilliant tea to help me forget the tetley earlier
it’s nice without milk but I have 500g+ of black tea I can’t have with milk and I’m the only person who drinks them, so sadly I won’t be buying any more for a year or so
Had a wonderful evening and now sitting back in my room listening to Zero 7 and drinking this. This is my little heaven
It’s just too light. After a couple of attempts at it, I put in four teaspoons for a 2-3 cup pot and it still wasn’t strong. I know the description warns that it has some lightness, but you can hardly add milk to it and still taste the tea. Not what I was looking for
I’m more and more convinced this needs to be brewed at a lower temperature. I didn’t measure it but I let the water in the kettle cool a bi before brewing and it let all the lovely sweet flavours out!
Much gentler than Earl grey it’s the same idea. I find it pleasently soothing wheras Earl Grey is a bit strong most of the time.
Been a while since I’ve had this but remember it as a very fine oolong. Delicate but complex.
The most expensive tea I’ve ever bought and I think it’s probably the nicest too. It’s certainly very good anyway. I didn’t put in properly boiling water and it took off the edge to it but it still tastes sweet and good!!
Smells much nice than my other oolong, but then it’s much more expensive too – I have been introducing people to it because they all love its name!
I decided having only one oolong in my cupboard was a shame, so bought this because of its wonderful name!! I do enjoy a nice cup of oolong… I still think you have to drink at least a couple of cups of oolong to enjoy it as much as possible, very nice savoury tea
Lovely. Relaxing after dinner pot.