I thought this Earl Grey was too overpowering and bitter.
“Finished up my sample, brewing it all at once for a bottle to put in the fridge. Nothing new to add. This is still kinda lame, and will just be fodder until I brew a bottle of something better...” Read full tasting note
“Its finally cold enough for me to wear tights! And a non summer hat! And a cape! So I have done all of those things, and stopped by the local Peets on my lunch break to get a cuppa. This is what...” Read full tasting note
“Making London Fog, but, really, this is not a good Earl Grey to push its flavors through with the vanilla.” Read full tasting note
“Earl Grey with the base of India tea? I hoped this meant Darjeeling. The smell of the earl grey was very malty, and I picked up very light hints of bergamot. That must be why they called it earl...” Read full tasting note
A lively Darjeeling flavored with bergamot oil. Citrusy, aromatic, traditional. Also available in tea bags.
This blend has the classic Earl Grey taste, using fragrant bergamot oil on a base of India tea. This essential oil is pressed from the rind of the fruit of the Citrus bergamia tree, then applied to the tea for its aromatic effect. Everything depends on the quality of the tea and the degree and skill of scenting, and Peet’s version of this classic blend achieves a balanced yet vibrant flavor.
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