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I’m really enjoying this tea. I seem to get the brewing wrong with a lot of breakfast teas, but every time, this tea seems to be good. I drink it with a small amount of milk and like lots of colour in it, but not so much that it turns an orange colour. Some black teas with whole leaves never quite get the strength you’d like, whereas others are prone to getting too strong too quickly, like a PG Tips teabag. This gets the balance, and I don’t end up with too much dust in the bottom of my cup, even with a cup infuser.
I still prefer the rounded flavour of an Irish Breakfast over an English Breakfast, but this isn’t far off.
Edit The amount of tea information below is showing 1 tsp per cup, but I actually use 1.5. I haven’t tried it with less than that, so I don’t know whether it would be right…
I picked this tea out last night to bring to work and I’m glad I did. It’s really great for breakfast.
Side note: I just bought a new Moleskin calendar and I’m in love! I want one of everything they have, I swear.
8 ounces water + 200 degrees + 11 minutes
It’s good this second time around but still a little light.
I drank my first cup of this so fast that I didn’t really stop to take notes. I’m about to do a second cup so I will try to pay more attention. I can say that the tea liquid was dark but not too bold or too sweet. I caught the scent of tobacco from the leaves after steeping. It doesn’t seem as well-rounded as other black teas I’ve had, but it was obviously good since I drank it so quickly. I’ve been drinking a lot of herbals lately so it’s nice to be able to come back to something with some body to it.
8 ounces water + 195 degrees + 7 minutes
The color of the liquid is red and looks just as the first cup did. It isn’t deep-colored but more bright. The taste hasn’t weakened at all with the second cup. The caffeine content certainly hasn’t decreased either. Wow.
Overall this is an okay tea.
This tea is very fine (pieces) tea; it is fairly strong and has a mild strawberry taste; so mild that I wouldn’t have noticed it if i didn’t read the label and were not looking for it.
I prefer smoother teas so I am bit biased since this seems to be a ‘harsher’ tea.
This is a great tea, but it doesn’t have any strawberry in it. It is actually traditional Earl Grey with Marigold petals. The “wild strawberry” is the china pattern on the tin, which was made by Wedgwood. I have been trying to find it everywhere – the actual name of the tea is Earl Grey Flowers. Can anybody help? Thanks!