Earl Grey Blue Flowers

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  • “Ok so I had this one hot a few days ago and commented on how the black base tasted strange. Then I made it as a cold brew yesterday and I did not get that strange black base taste. So I thought...” Read full tasting note
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Earl Grey is made from the highest-quality black China teas, which are blended with Bergamot oil to create a delicate, aromatic and amazingly refreshing tea.

The addition of cornflower petals to this blend makes this tea special and uniquely beautifull.

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Ok so I had this one hot a few days ago and commented on how the black base tasted strange. Then I made it as a cold brew yesterday and I did not get that strange black base taste. So I thought my cup or infuser may have been contaminated, therefore changing the taste of the tea. But I made it again today and got the same strange black tea base taste. Not strange in a bad way. Just strange as in something I have never tasted before. It kind of reminds me of a darjeeling but not quite. The Pure Aroma website says the base is China black tea. I have emailed them to see if they can be more specific on exactly what kind of Chinese tea/blend it is. I will update with results as soon as they reply.

UPDATE: here is the reply from pure aroma. I guess I was half right on the Darjeeling – happy to know that my tastes buds do work.

“Our Earl Grey blue flowers tea is blended with black Keemun from China’s Anhui province and Darjeeling from India.”

Dinosara

I really wish places would be more specific… they clearly have the information! Listing it as China black tea without adding that it also has darjeeling is a little misleading. I personally don’t like darjeelings for the most part so I would avoid it if I knew! (at least now I do, thanks for emailing)

Lala

I agree. I also do not like Darjeeling, but I can tolerate it in a blend. I think that is why this tea tasted so strange to me at first.

PureAromaTea

Sorry for misleading description, more details has been added. Thank you for review!

Lala

PureAromaTea- thank your for making that change. It is very much appreciated!

PureAromaTea

You are welcome. :)

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