Refreshing, light Earl Grey.
“Refreshing, light Earl Grey.” Read full tasting note
“This is quite posh-tasting, if that makes sense. I tend to gravitate towards big, bold flavors when it comes to tea (tempered with sugar & milk as needed), but every once in a while it’s...” Read full tasting note
“A quintessential English tea given a sensational citrusy twist!”
Ingredients: Indian black tea, cold-pressed Bergamot oil.
If your average Earl Grey is a studio apartment, this is the penthouse suite! Unusually we use the finest Makaibari Darjeeling tea and blend it beautifully with a pure Sicilian bergamot essential oil giving it a real zing! Don’t settle for anything less!
How To Enjoy: Use approximately 1 tsp per cup; use fresh, just-off-boiled water and infuse for 3/4 minutes.
Re-infuse to explore the leaves.
p.s. Try it iced with a slice of cucumber.
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This is quite posh-tasting, if that makes sense. I tend to gravitate towards big, bold flavors when it comes to tea (tempered with sugar & milk as needed), but every once in a while it’s nice to have something a bit more delicate. Bergamot is usually pretty in-your-face, at least in most of the Earl Greys I’ve tried, so I was surprised how subtle this one was. It’s an EG more for relaxing after a busy day out than for perking yourself up. Soothing and very drinkable without any milk or sweetener, and lovely with a bit of orange poppyseed cake.
ETA: 5+ minute resteep is pretty good, too.