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French Blend

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Black Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Ellyn
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  • “I received this as a sample...the package did not say anything about earl grey and neither did the smell. However, the taste...all I got was the bergamot and I am NOT a big fan. Not giving this...” Read full tasting note
    Ellyn 217 tasting notes
  • “We go through so much of this tea! It's great as a light morning tea, and just as good in the afternoon or even in the evening. I like to serve this one to company because it seems to make everyone...” Read full tasting note
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    Goldii Lock 34 tasting notes

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Ooh-la-la flavor notes from ‘Cream of Vanilla’, Earl Grey, Jasmine, Rose and Lavender. Ceylon, Nilgiri, Assam and Kenya teas make this a suberb French Blend. This tea has good flavor tempered with a flowery character and malty notes.

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217 tasting notes

I received this as a sample…the package did not say anything about earl grey and neither did the smell. However, the taste…all I got was the bergamot and I am NOT a big fan.

Not giving this one a rating because I should have checked online first!

TeaEqualsBliss

When I first read the tea name I thought it said French BREAD…now…there’s a tea flavor! I wonder what that might taste like?? :)

Ellyn

I would try French BREAD tea! Certainly it would SMELL like walking into a bakery!

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34 tasting notes

We go through so much of this tea! It’s great as a light morning tea, and just as good in the afternoon or even in the evening. I like to serve this one to company because it seems to make everyone happy. It’s my mom’s all time favorite tea. The flowery notes are not overpowering, and it’s not a malty tea either. It’s crisp and clean and just, well, happy.
We drink it black with sugar. Oh – you have to be careful not to oversteep this one. If you do it gets a bit yukky. Five minutes TOPS.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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