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This is still my favourite Earl Grey, and the best Earl Grey that I’ve ever tasted, even going on mouthfeel alone (soooo silky).
We have a chocolatier next to my workplace, and we oftentimes sneak in for a taste after lunch and before going back to the office grind. Our top favourite pralines are Earl Grey tea and dark chocolate, and berry tea and dark chocolate. Well it takes the chocolatier three days to prepare the Earl Grey tea pralines (our number one favourite), and so she’s often out of stock when we arrive. Today we once again missed her latest batch, and so, after consoling ourselves with Rum Marzipan pralines (such a sacrifice, I know), we went back to the office and brewed some of this fantastic tea. And being the geeks that we are we of course prefaced our sipping with “TEA. EARL GREY. HOT” as usual.
Backlogging. This is a great combination for a summer Earl Grey, but I think that in the winter my hand will reach out for Twining’s Earl Grey, as it has more body, and less acidity. Still need to form an opinion on the third Earl Grey that I have – Fortnum’s.
if relaxing is what you expect on camomile tea, this would be perfect
I’m in the process of moving my desk at work, and so I’m clearing up a good amount of clutter. Imagine my surprise when I found three pouches of good tea and one tea sample hidden at the back of one of my drawers? I immediately stopped moving, and had a cup of this lovely tea, brewed Western style, and shared with my moving mate.
Well, whoever though of coupling bright, acidic, delicate Darjeeling with not-too-much bergamot was a GENIUS. They go fantastically together, dancing with refreshing delight on our parched and dusty tongues and throats. The bergamot leaves room for the Darjeeling to sing, and the Darjeeling flavours are enhanced, not overpowered by the bergamot. One of the few cases where flavouring and tea meet together to create a bigger, better whole (in my opinion – I don’t like flavoured/scented/smoked tea).
I just love this tea, its beautiful red colour and wonderful taste, with this tea i really dont need any fezzy drink cos when served ice cold on a hot day, it will really make my day. Thanks Ronnefeldt Tea for sure production.
This is my favorite tea so I gave it a 100~ haven’t had a better tea so far.
It has a smooth, and slightly creamy flavor. The Orange and Vanilla blend well to make a refreshing tea without the caffeine. This is the tea that got me interested in Rooibos as a caffeine free alternative to Black Tea.
awe yeah… really don’t have time for tasting notes but since i can’t access steepster outside of my hotel room i had this so ya!
you know you were all desperate to see another tea log on this tea. By the way, i am totally snagging the extra bag they give me in the morning to foist onto random people. That’s right, I’m thiefing (yes i spelled it that way on purpose) tea!
This morning this was a whole lot of yellow flavoured water. I think i’m developing an immunity to this tea, or because i’ve managed to drink my other teas – it’s just not working for me in the morning. I might need to swtich over to twinnings. Thankfully i usually have time in the morning to also make some laoshan black. Just took me a week to get the timing down to have enough time lol
oh man…back to work. I needed something stronger than this to get me going after last nights festivities and the resulting amount of time it took me to get to sleep. Had a pot of this for breakfast and then went back to my room to make several cups of a stronger tea. I should just start bringing my other tea down to breakfast and asking them to make a post for me. :) See previous tasting notes. this is an adequate bagged green. it’ll do in a pinch
I guess i really should rate this tea. Overall, it’s not a bad little tea, but it’s not great. It’s about what i’d expect from a bagged tea. Another pot of this today. I need as much as i can get in terms of liquid so i’m happy to down a pot of this every morning after my bottle of water and in addition to the juice i also have. Late start to the day but it’s hard to get excited about getting up and going, when you just have work to look forward to on a saunday blech. At least i have a bit of my tea from home to keep me company in the room.
wheee! backlog from this morning and it was pretty darn tasty for a bagged tea today. Not sure if they put something in the water here or what today but it was a good morning. I have been finding however, that the tea that i brought with me, totally tastes different than when back home. I’m sure there’s some scientific reason like altitude or some such nonesense but i’m so tired i could hardly care. It’s green..it’s average…it’s here in china!
I feel like i should just log this 14 times for every day that i’m here in China :) I’ve switched to this as my morning tea and apparently i’ve been too buy to really get to drinking my tea in the evening which sucks a lot. Some mornings i get a quick cup while i’m getting ready to go down for breakfast but it’s not happening a lot.
In any case… from the china files for yesterday (or your today, since it’s tomorrow here..haha hello this is the future calling..) anyway..omg i’m a little crazy. Yesterday i got to go to a supermarket that’s in the basement of the high end mall across the street from the hotel. It was amaazing! Pretty much kind of like those giant target grocery stores in the US. and then outside of the supermarket was even more shops. We had a blast and now i have a list of parisienne teas to check oon prices and reviews before i buy them lol
This was my official green tea thi morning that I was given when I went out of my way to specify that they give me not English breakfast lol. I’m thinking tomorrow I go for broke and ask for a gaiwan and see what happens :) it’s not a terrible tea as far as bagged teas go but I am for sure glad I brought my own tea. Especially since at this rate I’m not even going to be able to buy tea here unless its sold at the airport :(
On the upside? Traditional evening meal tonight that was pretty damn spectacular, so there’s no shortage of me trying new food ;)
Nice for those earl grey lovers trying to avoid caffeine. Don’t expect it to be like your regular cup of earl grey black tea though…its nice in itself but not the same.
Very full flavoured for a fruit infusion.
Love this tea. Drank nothing else for the first week after I got it.
My favourite Vanilla rooibos. Very good for blending or on its own.
Very good for blending. Nice quality.
This is my all time favourite Earl Grey. They’ve let the bergamot come through without sacrificing the delicate nature of Darjeeling. Beautiful.
Not my favourite… though I like the bergamot fragrance, I am a bit bothered and puzzled by the faint vegetal taste in the Assam tea base. :0