This is not my favorite kind of Earl Grey, but it wasn’t as terrible as I remember.
“Yet another tea that I cannot believe is not in my cupboard and I’ve never logged. =P The general overview is that this is a solid enjoyable Earl Grey with a black tea based that gets too...” Read full tasting note
“One of my teeth broke in half yesterday, probably caused by many years of chewing pens while working. I always rationalized that it was a safer habit than smoking cigarettes. Apparently the pen...” Read full tasting note
“I picked up a little of this at Millerton to see how it compares to Earl Grey Supreme and Viennese Earl Grey. I do like it. It is a very good Earl Grey, but I think I like the other two just a...” Read full tasting note
“Accidentally oversteeped this, so I tried it with milk again. It’s standing up to it a little better, but the milk is still killing a lot of the flavor.” Read full tasting note
This blend was a gift from China to the British Prime Minister, Earl Grey. Our blend uses teas from India and China, blended with natural Oil of Bergamot.
Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.
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I just finished the entire tin of this tea, and it has really grown on me. I really enjoy the subtlety and the high quality of the black tea in this blend. I also love the fact that the bergamot is not overpowering. This is an incredibly simple tea with no fruitiness or floweriness whatsoever. This is exactly what an Earl Grey ought to be. The only bad thing I’ll say about it is that it is incredibly delicate when it comes to the steeping. If you don’t do it exactly right, you’ll end up with a hot cup of disappointment. Once you nail the precise water temperature and steeping time, this tea never fails to impress.