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I need to experience many more Earl Grey variants before I can discuss this tea intelligently, but as of now, I am a big fan. The base tea is of definite quality, and the dry tea leaves smell sublime. The only qualm I have with it is that I would like a tad bit more bergamont oomph in the brewed tea. Don’t get me wrong, the bergamont is definitely there and tasteable, but I’m a sucker for that orange smell and taste.

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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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I’m on leave from college because making superficial relationships with hyper-competitive wunderkinds wasn’t exciting my passion. Instead, I drink tea. I like all types, but oolongs tend to be my favorites, and I’ll smack you upside the head if you put anything but lemon in my tea. My palate isn’t super experienced yet, and I don’t know exactly what I like and do not like yet, but that’s the whole fun in it right? The mystery steaming from each cup?

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