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There was no way I could resist this tea once I smelled it. I am sure glad that this was the case as I am not usually a big fan of earl grey tea.
This changed everything.

Dry: Very creamy, floral, bergamot with a layer of vanilla icing somewhere in there. Pretty rose petals.
Liquor: Tastes exactly as it smelled, though with a rounding out from the black tea. The rose was definitely notable and played on the delicious creaminess of this tea. Beautiful amber color. YUM!
This tea is extremely easy to drink bare, though sometimes it is nice to add a touch of cream for a treat.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I am very excited to delve into as many different types of tea as possible… so this should be interesting. I am really looking forwards to tasting all the wide array of flavours that can come from pure tea leaves.

Currently, I am having a love affair with oolongs. Mostly green, though I am stretching out into more oxidized oolongs. Black teas are also in my love fest as they can be so surprising sometimes (I used to drink bagged red rose x.x)
I would really love to get to know green tea a lot more and white tea.. all tea to be honest. I want to know them all.

Tea rating system:

0-50: Do people actually enjoy this?
50-60: Slight improvement, not recommendable.
60-70: Alright, though easily forgettable.
70-80: Good flavour, though not a ‘go to’ tea.
80-90: Great tea – complex and memorable.
90-100: Extremely delicious and complex teas that leave me craving more.

On top of tea, I have a love for music. Generally all music, though I am partial to indie rock/folk/pop/electronic. Follow me if you also enjoy indie music and would like to trade some artists!

I’m always open to new tea and music suggestions. Happy tea drinking to you all.

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