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drank Darjeeling by Bigelow
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While staying for a few days at my folks house I found myself rummaging though the cupboards looking for a tea and stumbled upon this. While I am actually a fan of Bigelow Earl Grey, I can’t say the same for most other mass market bagged tea. I was not surprised this didn’t break the mold for me the way their Earl Grey does. It was adequate and served to warm me sufficiently after lending my hand on the family farm on a particularly chilly September day. What more can I say?… It was warm and tasted of tea.

Jacob B

When bagged tea is all that’s available, Bigelow’s flavored teas are a solid choice, and I never drink flavored tea otherwise so that’s saying something. I already liked their vanilla chai, and then I stayed for over a week in a hotel that had I think 12 or 16 of the teas that Bigelow offers and I got acquainted with all of them. I agree the Darjeeling is not good, and the plain green tea is about the worst, but the Earl Grey, and the lemon one, and the orange one were all pretty good. (The Mint Medley is good too if you like herbal blends.)

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Jacob B

When bagged tea is all that’s available, Bigelow’s flavored teas are a solid choice, and I never drink flavored tea otherwise so that’s saying something. I already liked their vanilla chai, and then I stayed for over a week in a hotel that had I think 12 or 16 of the teas that Bigelow offers and I got acquainted with all of them. I agree the Darjeeling is not good, and the plain green tea is about the worst, but the Earl Grey, and the lemon one, and the orange one were all pretty good. (The Mint Medley is good too if you like herbal blends.)

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