16 Tasting Notes
Oh, Lady Grey, I hope you don’t taste as absolutely AWFUL as your spouse, the Earl Grey from Twinings. But, without further ado…
Meh, it isn’t great, but I could drink this if forced to.
Dearest Earl Grey:
I believe you don’t have the right to be in my cupboard anymore. Your wife, Lady Grey, may stay. Maybe I understeeped or oversteeped you. But, hey, my stepfather likes you!
Notes before tasting:
Awesome, sort-of sharp smell
Got it in Black Tea Variety Pack
Other teas in pack are Irish Breakfast, English Breakfast, and Lady Grey.
Bought seperately: English Afternoon.
Well, without further ado…
Extremely light, with a really good citrusy aftertaste
Best without milk, but with just a pinch of milk it is OK.
It’s an okay cuppa. Also, it was the first of two teas I drank at Sue Kolve’s Salon. I guess, it’s just basically a CUP O’ TEA. Sadly, I don’t believe it’s Chinese or British-made but for an American cup it’s good.
A great cuppa to wake you up, definitely. I added a small amount of milk and it tasted like, well, BLACK TEA. Either way, freaking great tea, you can bet I’ll buy more from Twinings.
This was a good tea, but when I steeped it, it put on a rather different colour than I expected…Adding milk did nothing to the taste, which is almost exactly like black tea, with the addition of an aftertaste.