Pink Earl Grey

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “I have to confess. I did not think I would like this tea. However, I do like it! It is heavy on the bergamot and a bit perfume-y but that flavor quickly dissipates into a sweet, fruity, and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “WOW! This smells amazing! It's like sweet-juicy green tea with various citrus but more importantly rhubarb and cream as well as rose! YUMMO!!! The flavor isn't overly Earl Grey like your...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “I HAD to try this one when I spotted it on Fusion's site. Everything here makes it a very unique blend: bergamot, buttery sencha, rhubarb and roses! Went with the suggested teaspoon and a...” Read full tasting note
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    Tea Sipper 1297 tasting notes
  • “This is really nice. I'm not always as excited about green Earl Grey teas as I am about black Earl Grey ... bergamot just seems to pair better with the black tea, in my opinion. However, it works...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4323 tasting notes

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The classic idea of bergamot turned into a very enthralling new blend on this green tea base. Invite your sweetheart to this pink version of the traditional English Tea Time and the wonderfully fruity and sweet rhubarb flavor will put your two hearts in tune!

Ingredients: green tea, flavor, rhubarb pieces, rose petals, rosebuds.

1.5 tsp per cup
Steep at 175 Degrees for 2-3 min

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807 tasting notes

I have to confess. I did not think I would like this tea. However, I do like it!
It is heavy on the bergamot and a bit perfume-y but that flavor quickly dissipates into a sweet, fruity, and somewhat creamy yummness!
Full review to come on http://sororiteasisters.com/

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WOW! This smells amazing!
It’s like sweet-juicy green tea with various citrus but more importantly rhubarb and cream as well as rose! YUMMO!!!

The flavor isn’t overly Earl Grey like your typical EG/Black but it has a scrumptious flavor! I’m totally LOVING the Rhubarb – it’s juicy, sweet, and creamy! The rose is a nicely-done partner. The green tea is sweet, juicy, creamy – nothing bitter or grassy! The citrus is a cross between lemon and orange. I’m totally loving the overall flavor and tastes here but if you are looking for your stereotypical EG – this is very different. Regardless – I’m totally digging this!

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I HAD to try this one when I spotted it on Fusion’s site. Everything here makes it a very unique blend: bergamot, buttery sencha, rhubarb and roses! Went with the suggested teaspoon and a half.

Steep#1 // 30 minutes after boiling // 2 1/2 minute steep
The dry leaves certainly have a bright strong bergamot scent. There are big pieces of rhubarb here and pretty rose petals. The flavor is mostly very strong sunny bergamot. It’s interesting on the buttery sencha. The hints of rhubarb and rose might be mingling too much in the background or being drowned out by the bergamot. Even though I could wish for more of a balance with the ingredients, this is very tasty anyway. The second steep was just as nice.

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This is really nice. I’m not always as excited about green Earl Grey teas as I am about black Earl Grey … bergamot just seems to pair better with the black tea, in my opinion. However, it works really nicely in this blend.

It doesn’t brew up pink, though, it brews up a clear amber green color, but, that’s OK, I didn’t really expect it to be pink… It is a beautiful dry leaf though, with all the little rose buds in it.

As someone who adores Earl Grey, I found myself looking at the ingredients and wondering why anyone would put rhubarb in an Earl Grey, but it really seems to work here… it gives the cup an almost strawberry-ish taste, which may seem weird, but, it’s working for me. I taste enough of the bergamot to keep the Earl Grey lover in me happy, and the green tea is soft and buttery. A very enjoyable cup.

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Seemed a no brainer to try a sample of this—I love bergamot, I’ve come around majorly lately on rose in tea, and I’ve learned that a lot of things I don’t think work well with black bases are scrumptious with green ones. The dry and steeping scent of this does not disappoint! It is surprisingly creamy vanilla, and that goes so, so well with roses and rhubarb (reminds me of Nigella Lawson-esque late winter rhubarb syllabub cream desserts). Yum. The flavor isn’t quite as decadent—the green base, while not a negative, doesn’t contribute much in my opinion and does leave a sandpapery dryness to the tongue over time. That said I really enjoyed this. The bergamot is extremely faint to me; it lingers at the end very lightly, giving some citrus brightness with a floral edge that melds softly instead of causing abrupt zestiness.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec
Stephanie

Interesting :)

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