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Earl Grey China Moon

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Black Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Grinnyguy
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Boiling

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  • “Personally, I think this is a delicious blend, with a good balance of bergamot and tea. It has a lovely sharp edge to it. Unfortunately, my housemate tells me he doesn't like the balance of it....” Read full tasting note
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From Imperial Teas of Lincoln

We make this tea in the shop to our own secret recipe which came about because we wanted to make an unparalleled quality version of the classic English blend. We sought out the finest grade of real bergamot oil to use in our tea, unlike most if not all the blends in this country which use artificial flavouring. We added this to a high quality blend of mountain grown Chinese teas which would be equally happy with or without milk. It is freshly made on an almost daily basis so you can truly enjoy its intense fragrance and flavour at its peak. That said, if stored in a good tea caddy it would still be in a different league to other varieties five years from now. No one is sure who created the original blend or indeed what it was like but we are confident that our most popular type will make you feel that you have only really now discovered the real Earl Grey yourself.

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Personally, I think this is a delicious blend, with a good balance of bergamot and tea. It has a lovely sharp edge to it. Unfortunately, my housemate tells me he doesn’t like the balance of it. He’s not as enthusiastic about tea as I am, but I am surprised he didn’t like it, I thought it’d be right up his street!

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