Earl Grey

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “Im rating the same version as emlbee and funny enough i also got mine at marshalls. The first thing about this tea that strikes me is after steeping i get a very floral aroma, reminding me of my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm actually rating the cheaper, paper tea bag version of this tea. It comes in a canister. I don't know where you'd look for it if you wanted it. I found it at Marshall's, of all places. I really...” Read full tasting note
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From Charbrew

According to legend, a grateful Chinese mandarin whose son was rescued from drowning by one of Lord Grey’s men first presented the blend to the Earl in 1803. Since then the distinctive flavour and aroma of Earl Grey has been passed down from generation to generation.

Charbrew delivers a drink that the Earl would be proud to call his own, a truly royal infusion made with large full bodied Ceylon leaves infused with with delicate scent from pure oil of bergamot, elegantly blended with bright blue cornflower blossoms this is a truly special cup. An ideal morning beverage…

Whats in my brew?

Ceylon tea, Oil of Bergamot and Cornflower Blossoms.

How to Infuse?

Water temperature -85 degrees

Infusion time- 3 minutes

Add sugar & milk if desired.

http://www.charbrew.com/earl-gray-28-p.asp

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Im rating the same version as emlbee and funny enough i also got mine at marshalls. The first thing about this tea that strikes me is after steeping i get a very floral aroma, reminding me of my first tea shop ever and what I think was a black tea with not quite roses but maybe more towards a jasmine. It was forever ago so i cant remember, but it is a wonderful scent. As someone who drinks alot of Earl Grey pretty regularly for me the bergamot is there, but not the kick in the pants I am used to. Very smooth but also very drinkable, I like that it brings back a fond memory but i certainly wasnt expecting that.

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180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I’m actually rating the cheaper, paper tea bag version of this tea. It comes in a canister. I don’t know where you’d look for it if you wanted it. I found it at Marshall’s, of all places. I really like this. I like to make a strong, small cup. It’s like a sweet, refreshing slap in the face. Sometimes that’s what I need in the morning. It says its made with “oil of bergamot” but it tastes somehow different from my other natural Earls. Orangeyer or something. And it isn’t like the “natural” flavor of, say Ahmad Earl Grey, which is definitely fake, though I kind of like it. Regardless, it is NOT subtle, so this is for bergamot lovers only.

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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