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Just had it for the first time last Friday. I love it. The aroma is so invigorating and its officially my new favorite. This is also the only tea i will put cream in because the cream brings out the flavor.
I was definitely a fan of Earl Grey but I may have switched teams recently. Lady Grey with milk is absolutely divine!
Gingerbread house are done, and fun was had by all. For the first time my son didn’t make a house. We ended up having way more snow than the weatherman was calling for, and my son was desperate to play in it. Much more fun to a ten year old than putting candy on a little house.
So, I’m tired and desperately wanting a cuppa without the work of making one. I started looking through some tea bags I have collected from trades and almost empty boxes, and this one leaped out at me. I’ve always enjoyed it. Lot of citrus and bergamot flavors. Yum. I added a little sugar and cream to my cup and enjoyed this wonderful treat.
This is something I would pick up again.
add honey and whiskey and drink on a cold night, thank me later
whoa baby, smells like a barbecue
classic. can get bitter if brewed too hot or too long. unsweetened.
This is way tastier than the bagged version. I find that it has a great balance between the black tea and the bergamot flavour. There are probably better earl greys out there, but this is the first loose leaf one I really like.
This is one of my favorite morning teas—perfect by itself or with a little bit of honey to make it a little bit sweeter.
It had an off… chemical flavor. Did not taste tea at all. :( Disappointed.
It was… ok.
Tazo has a fuller better flavor, this was kind of flat.
brewed in 8 oz water for 1 minute. :/ tastes nothing like oolong. tastes like really cheap crappy tea bag tea.
I’m not generally a herbal tea fan, but I found this interesting. The apple and it’s friend cinnamon dominate. But the right amount of chamomile and clove (and other spces, tame the wild horses. It’s a mild apple cinnamon and very tasty. This is a good cupa for a cold winter morning. I
One of my favorites; especially with milk (or cream) and sugar (or honey). Mmmmmm.
I had a headache today and wanted a good malty tea… So I bought the sample package of Twinings tea. This was nice. Bold and malty. Nice flavor for a bagged tea.
This review is about the bagged form of this tea. I really don’t have a lot to say about it. I like it but it’s kind of flat tasting.
The bergamot flavour in this tea is subtle and I am happy about that because the last earl grey I bought was wayyyy too strong on citrus and I wasn’t able to enjoy it. I’ve been luckier so far with bagged earl greys than with loose leaf. I wish I could find a good loose leaf earl grey because I always find that the bagged ones lack in flavour complexity. Anyway, this one is a safe bet! If you’re not sure about earl greys I would suggest trying this one first because it’s nice and light and the bergamot flavour isn’t too perfume-y. But don’t expect to be blown away by this.
My favourite winter tea! Goes so well with the snow. Will add more info later, as I’m currently sipping on this while waiting for class to begin.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of the Steepster-ites in the United States! First tea of the day is this one, and I am not sure why, but it called out ot me, when I opened the tea cupboard, and thus is it in my cup.
Finally a tea from Twinings that tastes like tea! This one brews very dark and strong with a mild astringency. It’s fine and I will enjoy drinking the bags that I have, but I feel like it doesn’t have the complexity of flavours that I am used to with loose leaf blacks.
I expected different flavors when I tried this tea, but I enjoyed it anyway. Probably not my favorite and I doubt I will get it again just because I never really like Oolong when I drink it. I am glad I tried it, though!