Decaffeinated Earl Grey

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Black Tea
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From Choice Organic Teas

USDA organic. Fair Trade certified. Never before has a decaffeinated version of Earl Grey been as environmentally friendly. Flavorful organic tea is decaffeinated by a method using the natural carbon dioxide present in the air we breathe. This tea is then enhanced with an essential oil of Bergamot, a Mediterranean citrus which is the defining characteristic of fine Earl Grey teas.

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For p.m. drinking. Difference in flavor from the standard version is detectable, but slight, and it’s not a bad or (to me) identifiably “decaf” taste.

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Chow Yun-Nat

must be some kind of good earl grey brand!!

canis_m

Nat what am I even doing here, I am too lowbrow for this place, I drink tea FROM BAGS

Chow Yun-Nat

me too! ME TOO I love bags because loose tea is such a hassle! When people try to explain to me why it is better I go ha ha ha!

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An easy-drinking, fresh, full-flavored decaf tea that tastes like real tea and not some processed or watered-down stuff. A nice cup for just before bed.

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Boiling

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I haven’t had other decaf earl greys. This is what I use to make the water at my job drinkable (otherwise it reeks of chlorine). A mild earl grey. For some reason, I think I like this better than the caffeinated version, perhaps because the tea overwhelms the bergamot less in this version.

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