A weak Earl Grey, with lemon and other citrus. Move along. Nothing to see here. Probably a fine cuppa for those who want more of a citrus note to their Earl Grey, but I’m all about big, bold, boastful bergamot.
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Blend of black teas from China and Ceylon flavored with natural essences of bergamot, lemon, lime and orange blossom. Russian blend.
Tasting advice: delicious plain or sweetened
Origin: China and Ceylon
Main flavor: citrus with a fruity note
Quantity needed: 0,1 oz.
Time of day: all day
Ideal water temperature: 185°F – 195°F
Recommended brewing time: 3-4 min
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The dry leaf smells like a roll of assorted Lifesavers candy. Very bright.
When brewed the aroma off the cup is definitely Ceylon.
Sipping it has decidedly less fruit than you’d expect from the nose of the dry leaf.
A citrus candy Earl Gray, but with plenty of room for the tea to stay forward center.