Earl Grey Cheesecake

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Black Tea
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Bergamot
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 325 ml

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  • “Wow just wow - can I just say that Frank at 52 Teas knows how to do cheesecake blends? HE DOES! I am not a huge fan of Earl Grey ... I don't hate it I just don't reach for it often but I had to try...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I've been camping since friday morning and I just got back today, and it feels good to be home. I enjoy camping for the most part, but for some reason my family just loves the campground with the...” Read full tasting note
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    Kwinter 169 tasting notes
  • “Okay, I think 52teas is officially my favorite tea company ever. Not only do they make delicious, addictive teas, but I placed an order on Friday night and it arrived TODAY!!! Alright, on to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “OK... so you know I had to order this one - I mean, Earl Grey? Cheesecake? YUM! The aroma reminds me a bit of an Earl Grey creme. Nice! The flavor has a nice bergamot taste and I like how it...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4383 tasting notes

From 52teas

I spent some time tweaking the base tea for this blend. I had to get it just right. This has an amazing mixture of Indian and Chinese black teas, including some Darjeeling, blended with marigold petals, oil of bergamot and natural cheesecake flavors. The balance of this cup is amazing. The sharp citrus notes of the bergamot contrast beautifully with the sweet creamy cheesecake flavor.

Our Tea of the Week for the week of August 16, 2010

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Wow just wow – can I just say that Frank at 52 Teas knows how to do cheesecake blends? HE DOES! I am not a huge fan of Earl Grey … I don’t hate it I just don’t reach for it often but I had to try this and I thank Amanda for generously sharing this with me its SO good I don’t know if I could share if I had it in my stash! LOL its THAT good!
This should be brought back!
OMG I just went to the site and it HAS been brought back! LOL WIN!

Alphakitty

This is one of the very few teas I think I couldn’t part with in a swap! It’s just SO good.

Azzrian

Its funny … but not… I went to order some but paypal was not working kept timing out during purchase. I guess it was a sign lol

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I’ve been camping since friday morning and I just got back today, and it feels good to be home. I enjoy camping for the most part, but for some reason my family just loves the campground with the beaten down trailers and pink lawn flamingoes, and the tattered rebel flags wavin’ proud while old toothless men sit around drinking bud light and blasting country music. I’m not being judgemental, that’s just not my scene.

I had to listen to one too many conversations about how terrible a president Obama is, how he’s “a foreigner and a muslim and he should be assasinated” and things of that nature. All this has left me in a bad mood. One of the most resounding sentences that I heard come out of someone’s mouth was “Now I ain’t racist or nothin’, but I just don’t think that an african-american or a muslim should be running this country”. WOW. Sometimes I just have my mind blown by just how bigoted and mean and misled and racist some people can be. So yeah, I’m really glad to be home.

Anyway, on to the tea. I definitely am starting to see what Liberteas said about letting this tea sit for a little bit. I’m already starting to notice a creaminess coming out that was totally absent before, it’s not quite cheesecake but it’s good. Along with that, the bergamot is starting to mellow out and taste a little more natural. I better enjoy my stash while I can because my tea budget just went out the window after I bought my girlfriend a very expensive piece of jewelry for her 18th birthday. I’ll enjoy this stuff while I have it.

Helena

while camping can be fun if your with friends and if your campsite has an indoor bathroom instead of an outhouse :D There will sadly always be judgemental people in the world, it’s part of being human. All we can do is our best to be tolerant, understanding, and when all else fails remember you can always wear headphones :D or if online hit an ignore button :D

ashmanra

When you say to let it sit, do you mean let the tea age and flavors meld in the pouch before you open it, or let the cup sit and cool a little? I have heard people say to let custom blends age, so when I got my Butterbeer, I didn’t open it for thee weeks. Now THAT was hard! :)

Scatterbrain

Let the flavors meld a little bit, although letting the cup cool defiitely helps as well. Yeah, I devoured my butterbeer in a matter of a week. It was very hard to resist, especially after smelling it. And I have very little self-control when it comes to waiting to try a new tea, it just gets me so excited. :)

Hesper June

Wow! When My hubby and I go camping, we go out into the mountains (no campgrounds for us) we make sure we have no cell reception and usually never see another human the entire time.
We sleep outside and cook over a fire.
As I describe this it sounds more like a episode of Survivor than a Vacation;)
But, at least we only have to listen to our own conversation around the campfire.
I am glad you had this tea to come home too:)

Scatterbrain

That’s the way I like to do it too. :)

Scatterbrain

When I lived in Oregon we would just find a nice isolated spot in the mountains and pitch a tent, or just lay outside on a sleeping bag. But here in Pennsylvania it’s actually ILLEGAL to just set up camp in the woods, you can only camp in a campground. It’s ridiculous.

Hesper June

Really? Illegal!?
Here in Idaho, if someone tried to pass that law, everyone would be rolling on the ground with laughter.

Scatterbrain

Yep, it’s insane. So you’re in Idaho huh? If you like the mountains you should take a trip up to the Sisters area in Oregon, beautiful place.

Hesper June

I do love the mountains, and I agree the Sisters area is lovely:)

Helena

I’ve camped in the mountains in British Columbia, Canada when I was a lot younger. It was pretty fun but could be really cold at night :D

LiberTEAS

Now… I ain’t racist or nothin’ … (LOL! Just kidding, I just felt I needed to start the comment with that!) Personally, I love Obama… he’s been the best president since President Clinton. :)

I am glad that you’re getting more out of this tea now!!!

Scatterbrain

British Columbia is at the top of my list of places I want to visit.

Hesper June

I love BC. Its so lovely.
When we camp in the mountains, Helena, it has got down to the 20’s.
We were so happy that we brought our doggies with because we were all snuggled together and warm:)

Helena

If I let my dog sleep with me she might push me out of the bed/sleeping blanket. A link for more info on English Mastiffs if your curious
http://www.canadasguidetodogs.com/mastiff.htm

momo

I saw a billboard on my way to North Carolina that said “LOSING HOPE? VOTE REPUBLICAN” and I was just like ….what. This is also a county with an active KKK group who wants to adopt a highway. Ah, the middle of nowhere.

gmathis

Mountains. Solitude. Quiet. Fresh air. Can I come, wherever it is?

Hesper June

Lol, I bet she would not share the bed well.
What Beautiful dogs!
I have fostered a couple Mastiff mixes and just love their personalities:)

Helena

they are very good natured :D it’s really funny to see them playing with chihuahuas or other small critters. There are some cute videos on youtube. I saw one where the mastiff was watching a silly siberian kitten. Another one was where the mastiff was giving the kiteen a tongue bath sooo cute!

Lynne-tea

That is why you skip the campground and find a beach somewhere to set up camp on! .. or a lake.. or wilderness… somewhere where you can’t find people having those narrow-minded conversations

Helena

oooh a beach with nice white sand and some good cold tea :D

Michelle

I mean, if a sentence starts with “I ain’t a racist…” I mean, the fact that that has to act as a qualifier for what is to follow kinda says something about a person.

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Okay, I think 52teas is officially my favorite tea company ever. Not only do they make delicious, addictive teas, but I placed an order on Friday night and it arrived TODAY!!!

Alright, on to this tea. I love Earl Grey, in fact, the Earl is possibly THE tea that got me into the tea habit. This is a very strongly flavored Earl, but not off-putting at all. I am pleasantly surprised that the cheesecake is so noticeable and complimentary to the bergamot. I also like the addition of the Darjeeling which seems to add a bit extra. Wow, this stuff is good.

And the best part is that I have 2 other pouches to dig into tonight!

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LiberTEAS

Ohh… what else did you get? He hasn’t posted the new tea of the week yet, and I’m personally feeling neglected. Like he forgot ME or something. :)

mpierce87

I also picked up the Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish and the Pineapple Upside Down Cake (t be ordering any more tea until October, so if he comes out with something great I hope it is still around by then (I am also waiting on a Golden Moon order that is taking FOREVER and I really want my Coconut Pouchong/Sugar Caramel Oolong to be here already!)

Cofftea

RE: “I’m personally feeling neglected. Like he forgot ME or something.” LOL I’m glad I’m not the only one… Mondays stink w/o the TOTW.

LiberTEAS

@mrawlins2 – both of those are spectacular too. You won’t be disappointed!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Trust me I know what you mean. My Golden Moon order took about 2weeks to arrive. I felt like that was ridiculous. When I mentioned it to the company I was sent a coupon and samples which was nice but I never got what I was really looking for…An apology. I was just told why it took that long and basically I was wrong in believing it should have come sooner. Nice huh? Good thing I like their tea.

LiberTEAS

I am kind of surprised to hear this about Golden Moon, to be completely honest. They’ve always been super nice to me. The first time I placed an order with them, it was a all-samples order, and I had trouble with the shopping cart. I emailed them, I heard back from them almost immediately, and after they fixed the issue they sent me the order for free. (It wasn’t a huge order, just a few samples, I am sure that if I had ordered more, they wouldn’t have done this – I mean, no company could afford doing that…) I have always received speedy responses when I email them… and my orders arrive really quickly. I’m sorry you’re encountering issues!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I have made only two orders and the same thing. Considering I live in a pretty populated area I was shocked at how it took. I understand things happen but I was upset I got no apology. That’s all.

52teas

Your patience will be rewarded. I’m working on the post for the new Tea of the Week now. AND a special offer. :) Oh, and the Tea of the Week for this week: simply AMAZING.

LiberTEAS

@Rachel – no, I totally understand your frustration! I would feel the same way. I’m just surprised that it happened with them because I had such outstanding service from them. I am sorry it didn’t happen that way for you though! That sucks!

@52Teas I am patiently (well, not so patiently) waiting. I may have to wait a little longer, actually, since, most of my funds are currently absorbed with my art class on Wednesday… but, I still am eager with anticipation!!!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

@52Teas please don’t make it too amazing. I already want the Earl Grey Cheesecake, Watermelon & Raspberries, and the Blueberry Danish one. I can’t add anymore to the list. I just can’t.

inguna

I have had a really good experience with Golden Moon: I particularly liked their samples box and rose tea. Service was good and shipping fast.
I have not ordered anything from 52teas yet. With so many tea companies to choose from I tend to choose those where I can see vision and attention to detail which includes website (user experience) well designed packaging and professionally written copy etc. and in this department 52teas could indeed use some improvement ….

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I imagine my experience was just a fluke and I fully plan ordering again from them and as far as what you’re saying Inguna I do agree that website design, packaging, and etc are important factors; at least to me, but I also strongly base decisions on customer experiences and reviews as well. Sometimes I even just risk it in hopes to find that diamond in the rough. It doesn’t happen frequently but it has happened. Admittedly I don’t risk it much, but sometimes it is fun especially if the risk isn’t to financially an impact.

mpierce87

@Rachel – I’m not quite to frustration with Golden Moon, yet. But considering that I ordered from 5 days before 52teas, I feel like I should have already received the order – even if shipping from 52teas wasn’t crazy fast this time. The estimated arrival date has been moved from Friday to Saturday at this point, which will make a full 2 weeks since ordering.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

@mrawlins2 I totally understand.

52teas

@inguna Ouch. I’m sorry that you think our website, packaging and written copy are not up to par. I put everything I have into our teas. Unfortunately, I do not have the budget that some of my competition has to spend on the website, etc. I think I’ve done pretty good considering I built the website myself. I just can’t imagine that the website, written copy and packaging are more important than the tea.

LiberTEAS

I’m inclined to agree with you, Frank. I think that the unique flavors that you offer, the awesome service, great prices (free shipping!) and… quite Frankly (haha!) your sense of humor far outweigh those other things.

52teas

Thanks @LiberTEAS. I appreciate that.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I agree LiberTeas it’s not a 100% about looks. It plays a part, it is just human nature but a decision is truly made with the culmination of all things being balanced as per the individuals specifications before a decision on where to make purchases can be made. A winning combination of factors can only be determined by the person making the decision and all a merchant can do is try to appeal to the vast majority with the means available.

Now specifically 52Teas I base my decisions on purchases vastly due to customer reviews and recommendations. Once I did that I got to know the merchant (Frank) which I enjoy doing business with because of his personal service, unique product selection, excellent teas, great prices, free shipping, fast service both shipping and reply to communications. Yes, the website could be more polished and professional looking but it doesn’t prevent me from buying his teas. Would more customers purchase from him if it were more polished? Probably, especially a new market of customers such as those new to tea, those who base purchases on visual appeal, and not associated with Steepster or any other tea related site. More importantly does Frank need to make changes to the site? No, the bottom line is he has great tea and fantastic customer service and reviews. The proof is right here. Thus,bottom line: Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.

Sorry for rambling everyone!

inguna

@52teas – you can always improve and nothing is perfect ever anyway. And I understand that building a business is a process where you take one step at a time. I promise I will try some of you blends :)

mpierce87

@inguna – I highly recommend 52teas’ blends. Even the stranger combos (Buttered Cinnamon Raisin Toast, for example) have been amazing! It never hurts to try something new, you’ll probably be pleasantly surprised.

Cofftea

I agree w/ mrawlins2- even if you don’t personally like them- they are extremely accurate. There’s always ManTeas as well- I REALLY recommend their Mayan Chocolate Chai and Beer Tea.

52teas

@RachanaC (A.K.A. Rachel): Thanks very much.

@inguna: You are correct; there is always room for improvement. I am always looking for ways to improve the website, our product, service and just about every aspect of my business. Most people probably don’t even notice, but the website is being improved a little bit at a time. I work very closely with the developer of the ecommerce software we use, and he has been gracious enough to include quite a few of my recommendations for changes into updates of his software.

Once upon a time, I contacted the folks who built Adagio’s website and asked them what it would take to have a site like that built for me. They told me it would be a minimum of $80k. I decided I needed to learn how to build websites. Since then, I have built zoomdweebies.com (third incarnation now), 52teas.com, manteas.com, mysweethoneybush.com and I’m currently working on SouthernBoyTeas.com. If I say so myself, I think the sites are looking better and better with each new site/revision. At least I am learning more and more about the process anyway.

Anyhow, enough of my rambling. I look forward to serving you in the future. I’m sure you will enjoy our teas.

52teas

Incidentally, I think the same has to be said for our packaging. The original Zoomdweebie’s blends (a few people here have some of those pouches) had VERY simple labels with no images. The early 52teas labels had images with sad little gradients and stuff in the background. Having to create a new label every week means streamlining the process a little bit, but I am making small improvements as I go.

Cofftea

Speaking of packaging Frank- any plans for opaque or, better yet, treated transparent packaging?

52teas

@Cofftea, I am always on the hunt for better packaging. I actually have an email out to a company that produces stand-up pouches with rice paper.

Ewa

@52teas I like your blurbs a lot, so much more personality than some of the more “sophisticated” sites. I think your site does have some usability issues, but as long as you stay away from embedded midis and animated gifs, I’m good :P Actually, now that I think about it…I think I had the usability problems because I had scripts disabled…carry on!

52teas

LOL. I just figured out how to embed the mp3s for my newest site: http://www.SouthernBoyTeas.com. But someone did end up talking me out of autoplaying them. :(

Ewa

Oh wow, you did them yourself from scratch? Impressed now. (also: thank GOD someone talked you out of it…SO FULL of autoplay hate)

Cofftea

Good to heat about the packaging Frank!:)

inguna

Thanks for the recommendations. I will definitely give it a try. Judging from the enthusiastic response it is well worth it.
Did not expect my remark to attract that much of attention but attention is good for the business :)

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OK… so you know I had to order this one – I mean, Earl Grey? Cheesecake? YUM!

The aroma reminds me a bit of an Earl Grey creme.

Nice! The flavor has a nice bergamot taste and I like how it pairs with the cheesecake. Of the several cheesecake flavors that I’ve tried from 52Teas/Zoomdweebies, I think that this is the strongest distinct cheesecake flavor.

The tea base is also quite nice… I like the touch of Darjeeling in there, it adds some interest in the flavor – it seems a little lighter and a little more complex. I like it… and really glad I ordered it so that I can spend a little more time with it!

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec
Erin

I literally JUST placed an order for this and I’m so excited to receive it! I love cheesecake, so I’m thrilled that you think it has a strong cheesecake flavor.

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Enjoying another cup – I’m drinking this a little faster than I wanted to – but hey, it’s for a good cause! My happiness! :)

Ever so floral with tangy creamy notes, I wouldn’t dream of enjoying without a healthy splash of cream and sugar. true bliss.

And of course, a photo-op!

http://www.daisychubb.com/review-cheesecake-earl-grey-by-52teas/

Zoltar

Love your site dunno why i miss it when I’ve looked at your bio ( and the tutorial on how to make iced tea since i still drink the store false tea crap all my try are fail lol i should not miss it with a tutorial that have picture now)

DaisyChubb

Every once and I while I will buy a Nestea and enjoy it (more than pop anyways), but nothing beats the real stuff, too true :D

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I consider the fact that this came out the week of my birthday to have been fate. Earl Grey, my favorite tea, combined with cheesecake, one of the more delicious desserts. Of course I grabbed it.

I was surprised when my order came today although I guess it has been 4 business days. Still, the post office has not exactly been inspiring confidence of late.

Leaving the strawberry matcha for tomorrow, but I HAVE to try this tonight. Handily enough, I made slow cooker bread pudding last night, so I even have a dessert to try it with – not something that happens very often due to lack of self control (which leads to obsessive sweet eating when I buy them, which leads to lack of buying sweets)

The tea looks quite nice with yellow petal looking things which are probably…something. The smell was a bit worrying – it had an air of the kind of papery Earl Grey that I don’t really like and I can’t say as I was getting cheesecake as such. Still, I had faith!

The tea brewed up pretty dark and the scent remained that of papery Earl Grey, BUT when I tried it, while it WAS a very solid Earl Grey it was not papery at all (score!) in fact, considering I don’t currently HAVE an Earl Grey, if that had been all, I would have been fine with it since it is a VERY nice balance of Earl and Grey (as it were :P). However, the cheesecake, while faint, is definitely there, right around the edges, as you finish the sip. It’s like Earl Grey, Earl Grey, Earl Grey, Earl Grey…cheesecake! A nice little surprise at the end. I would assume that, as with the cheesecake chai, the addition of milk will bring out this flavor more. I am usually very against adding milk to Earl Grey, but…for cheesecake, sacrifices must be made.

I added some (almond) milk once I got halfway through the cup. Can’t say that I really noticed the cheesecake more…well maybe a little more but still more with the aftertaste – and the milk unfortunately brought out the latent paperiness of the Earl Grey…think I’ll be drinking this straight.

Marcin

I need a DISLIKE button. This is just WRONG. (:D)

Ewa

I bite you!

52teas

Wrong? How could it be wrong? :)

Ewa

(he’s a tea purist, the idea of adding cheesecake to Earl Grey makes his monocle pop out :P)

Marcin

It is SO popped out, it’s in another county.

Drinking assam.

Cofftea

This sounds SO good! And eagerly awaiting your matcha review:)

52teas

Yes, but imagine what the world would be like if the pre-Earl Grey tea purists had their way! (Begamot in my TEA? That’s just wrong!) Earl Grey is just another flavored tea. It has just been around longer than the rest.

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Sample stashbusting. I love it when the samples I get in the mail are enough for just about two cups. Which sounds odd, because I should love it when I get samples that are large… more tea is better, right? Except I have learned that I prefer to have a small amount to sample and then I can buy more later. If a sample is more than 4 cups worth it takes me forever to get through it!

Of course, that almost doesn’t work for this tea. I had two cups, yay, but now I have none and I can’t order more. Figures the one 52teas blend I like isn’t a permanent collection tea. This one is quite yummy, so I guess I’ll have to keep my eye out for random reblends/

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Alphakitty

I really wish this and the Marshmallow Genmaicha would be added to the permanent collection, they’re so tasty!

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470 tasting notes

I suspect that I looked like a kid on christmas morning when I pulled this out of my Fire Sale box from Rachel. I knew it would be good stuff, but I was expecting samples…. not, you know, several practically full bags of awesome discontinued/unavailable teas. That’s right, I have a whole bag of this! Which is nice, because it’s so good it makes me cry a little to think about drinking the last of it.

The bf had a sip from my cup and described this as “earl grey with a slice of cheesecake melted in.” It’s just…. perfection. The earl grey is very strong, pretty heavy on the bergamot actually, and with a hint of lemon as well. First you get the bold, super-strong earl grey, then there’s the creamy, sweet cheesecake. There’s no crust element, it’s more like cheescake filling. But for me that’s the best part!

EDIT: I resteeped this twice last night: the second steep was even cheescakey-er than the first, and the third held up well too!

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Kittenna

Boooo, I didn’t even know this one existed, and it sounds delicious! :(

Alphakitty

I didn’t know it existed either! 52teas has so many blends it’s hard to keep track of the older ones. But I love earl grey and cheesecake so it’s a match made in heaven for me.

52teas

I was surprised this wasn’t more popular than it was. It got some really mixed reviews too, which kind of took me by surprise. I had a really hard time NOT arguing with some of the reviewers.

Mercuryhime

I was a bit surprised at the negative reviews as well. This blend sounds so delicious. I think I’ll have to make a real earl grey cheesecake at some point.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I’m so happy this went to a good home. :)

Dylan Oxford

Man, that does sound really, really good.

Babble

This sounds interesting, but since I’m so finnicky with Earl Grey, I probably wouldn’t like this, since I don’t seem to be an Oil of Bergamot fan. I’d still give it a try, though ;)

Alphakitty

I have no idea how this scored a 5! Maybe some people just don’t like bergamot? This is a pretty strong earl grey.

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I drove to class just to find out it had been canceled, so I’ve got some extra time this morning in which to drink tea!

By now you are probably all aware of my love affair with cheesecake (if not, just look at a picture of my stomach and/or thighs and you’ll see just how much I enjoy the stuff) so I had to buy this. The smell of the dry leaf was very lemony and tangy. The steeped tea smells almost exactly the same as the leaf only slightly less strong. This seems promising!

I’d say there’s about a 3:1 ratio here of Earl Grey to cheesecake. The earl grey seems to be of a high quality, and it is delicious and full of great citrus (bergamot, actually) taste. The cheesecake is more of a lingering taste on the back of your tongue, but it is there. I don’t know how much of an actual cheesecake taste this is. It’s more of an Earl Grey Creme. However, this is still great. My mouth is quite happy.

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Tonight I wanted to smell this tea more than getting that brisk get-up and go, so only steeped a scant 3 min. I have found it can easily go 4 to 5 min with no ruinous bitterness. This tea makes me happy. If you can handle the caffeine in black tea in the evening, the sweet yet completely sugar-free flavor will float you away on creamy, cakey aromas. A great way to satisfy late night sweet tooth cravings and the perfumy bergamot soothes me in its constancy. It is nice to have a go-to tea.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Mrnixonpants

I don’t know if steepster is being wonky or what, but I got an email saying I got a comment from you though now I can’t find it. I wanted to let you know that I’m not sure why I am being so persistant about that darn bergamont, but I do find myself trying it over and over again! It’s like I want to like it but I just haven’t found that tea yet that really wins me over. I do love cheesecake but I haven’t got any of this tea and it’s not in the permanent collection or I’d probably order some. I’ll have to try the Aged Earl Grey as well that does sound like it’d be an interesting one. I’ve got an Earl Grey Lavander coming in a sample box I ordered from someone – she thought I might like the way the lavander plays in with the bergamont so we shall see! I’m on a strange bergamont journey…

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