Maple Earl Grey

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Combine the traditional taste of an Earl Grey tea with a hint of maple and you have flavour galore! These three tins of Canada True Maple Earl Grey Tea provide a balanced blend of two of the world’s favourite flavours!

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This one scared me. I don’t do EG and TheTeaFairy also sent me a sample of just the Maple version of this tea. Sooooooooooo I put this tea bag and the maple tea bag into the cup and steeped them both together.

Yeah it worked – maple no EG!!! That worked for me. I think this is just ok – the maple is really simple – just sweet maple – wish there had been another note to break up the sweetness.
Thank you TheTeaFairy for sending these to me.

Abby Noelle

Haha, I’m laughing at myself because I didn’t know what EG stood for and then I realized Earl Grey! Haha

Dexter

LOL yes EG = Earl Grey – but no matter what you call it – I don’t like it… :))

TheTeaFairy

These are my go to teas at work when I don’t have time to handle loose leaf. I always put two bags in a large cup, but never thought about mixing them up. But of course, YOU have, lol.

Dexter

LOL I don’t always play by the rules…

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This was a Christmas gift. I know exactly where they got it, because it’s still got the sticker. Plus I’ve thought about picking up this very tin from there a few times.

I like maple, and I like earl grey, so there wasn’t much that could go wrong. And I’m actually enjoying this quite a bit. It’s just your classic fannings-packed teabag on a string, but it’s nice. You get the maple first, nice and sweet, and as that mellows you get the more pungent earl grey. It’s a nice balance. And surprisingly, you get the honey oak sri lankan black coming through as well.

Not bad.

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