The more I drink this one I must say it’s the mellowest Earl Grey I have ever had…and I was looking for strong today…meh…
So, a strong black tea and a lemon tea walk into a bar. They go to a hotel, have a great night and bask in each other’s glory. The lemon tea decides he wants to marry the black tea even though everyone knows that bergamot and black tea are actually soulmates. They have a baby together. However, they didn’t know that they were in fact, brother and sister. This tea is that mutated baby.
“It can’t be that bad” you say. Oh, but it is!
It’s got a strong lemon taste; and no, i don’t mean bergamot. This is black tea if it was garnished with a 10-day-old lemon with a zester. The brew is so pathetically bland, underbodied and unbalanced that I might have to say that the great Disney powers that be blended this with the intention of pissing people off.
Bleh. Considering a toss out to the bin.
An incredibly weak and underwhelming earl grey. It didn’t seem to matter how much I steeped it, the flavor seemed to remain equally dull. Sadly it’s close to what I expected from a gift shop tea, but I was hoping to be pleasantly surprised like I was with the Mad Hatter Blend.