Very bitter if over steeped. Three minutes, for me, is too long. Not as good as the black Earl Grey. White doesn’t seem to stand up against the Bergamont like the black teas can.
“*The Final Sipdown: Day 3.3* After a rough and tumble couple of teas, I decided to treat myself to something I knew would my tastebuds would enjoy. As an added bonus, I get to remove this from my...” Read full tasting note
“I re-steeped and the bergamot was just a light, citrus-y note hanging out in the background. I've got maybe a cup's worth of this tea left, but I'm definitely putting it on my Shopping List to get...” Read full tasting note
“A lovely light tea with a sweet scent. Liquor is quite dark for a white tea. The Earl Grey flavoring is well balanced with the Silver Needle. Thus far I've found that all of Harney's white...” Read full tasting note
“Second tea of the morning...... I have plans for this one if I like it. I only bought 2 ounces of loose from the Millerton Shop to be sure I would like it. I am a little confused why a tin of...” Read full tasting note
A new tea that combines beautiful Chinese Mutan White tea with lemony natural Bergamot.
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I didn’t think this tea tasted like much – hot water with a faint herbal tinge. But I’m not a huge white tea fan (I keep trying!) I don’t think it was much of an Earl, but it might appeal to those who don’t want to be punched by the bergmot (I do, so this is not for me!)