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Earl Grey Green

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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This classic Chinese tea is flavored with bergamot, a tart citrus fruit, and named for a popular 19th century English Prime Minister.

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I’m not much of an Earl Grey fan, so my palate isn’t educated enough to know whether the bergamot flavor is spot-on or not. What I do know is that this tea has a lovely fresh-cut-flower smell and a mild lemony taste that overrides any “green” tones. Nice!

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Earl Grey in green tea? Never had it before, I was intrigued!
Chinese green tea, very strong bergamot. I love the scent, and the taste is very zingy-citrus, something gingery, and a hint of floral. Earl Grey is one of my favorites, but I usually have it black. Loving this Earl Grey Green combo because I feel I can taste the bergamot for itself, the green tea doesn’t overpower. It’s more like bergamot with tea, not tea with bergamot.
This one is yum!


thanks for sharing this. . . this post intrigued me, def. want to try this.


I’ve only ever had green earl grey in a rather bad quality. I’m glad to hear it can be done better. It makes me want to try it again.

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Not bad when you feel like earl grey but want a green tea. Not bad at all.


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