Red Earl Grey

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Now you can enjoy Earl Grey at night! This caffeine-free alternative is rooibos-based, allowing you to enjoy your favorite cup as late as you like.

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A lot of faux-Earls can either be on the generous end of “Suck”, or the receiving end of “Superb”. This falls squarely in the latter category. From sniff to sip, bergamot is the frontrunner, as it should be with any Earl. However, it’s more citrus than dry, which compliments the nut-sweet rooibos base. (And it does show up somewhere in the palate.) An awesome evening “h-Earl-bal”.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2011/04/20/review-friday-afternoon-red-earl-grey-3/

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Hmm. Well, I love Earl Grey teas, so I was looking forward to this in a big way. However, the overwhelming Bergamot flavor masked any subtlties (floral aromas, the warm nuttiness of rooibos). This tea tasted like orange oil. I thought perhaps a touch of milk would make it seem like a creamsicle, but it just tasted like dilluted orange oil. Not for me, I fear.

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