Earl Grey

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “I got some samples from Design a Tea today! I thought I should try a staple first, though. All Earl Greys are different. On this blend, the bergamot definitely comes through strongly. It's almost...” Read full tasting note
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There will be a difference between all “blenders” of Earl Greys, because the base will be blended with different black teas. We use our ASSAM (single estate) and our Ceylon black teas as our Earl Grey base and Earl seems to like this blend.

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I got some samples from Design a Tea today! I thought I should try a staple first, though. All Earl Greys are different. On this blend, the bergamot definitely comes through strongly. It’s almost like a blend I have from another company (now out of business) called Grand Earl Grey. The bergamot and citrus notes are very strong. It smells heavenly. When cool, the astringency comes out a bit more, but still a less dry mouth feel than many black teas. This seems to be a good blend of Assam and Ceylon. This is a very nice blend.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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