A little lighter on the bergamont than others, so if you like a good Earl Gray but not a whole lot of bergamont, this is for you! But still Grace quality!
“A little lighter on the bergamont than others, so if you like a good Earl Gray but not a whole lot of bergamont, this is for you! But still Grace quality!” Read full tasting note
“4 1/2 minutes. The only thing I don't like about this is the astringent smell of the dry leaves. I think it's common when you have a lot of bergamot in one place though. Once the leaves are in the...” Read full tasting note
“The leaves are fairly small and twisted. Mostly bits of leaves, but some larger leaves as well. I'm getting the astringency on the nose and in the liquor. Added a splash of milk but still has a...” Read full tasting note
The original formula for Earl Grey was probably a blend of several China black teas. Over the years, however, Indian and other teas entered the formula, but the common denominator of the many blends that followed was oil of bergamot, which imparts an orange-like flavor. The Grace mixture combines rare and costly ingredients to achieve a bright, yet full-bodied, tea with distinctive aromatic overtones, not overpowering as some, but a delicately flavored tea with a lovely fragrance.
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Earl GreyAmai Tea & Bake House