Earl Grey Organic

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Those who are looking for the taste and aroma of Earl Grey tea in an enticing organic blend will surely enjoy this tea, which combines the two main ingredients into a full flavored brew along with fragrant fruity touches resulting in a tea that is great for drinking at any time. With a rich black tea as its base, Earl Grey has an appealingly dark cup with a slight malt flavor. Bergamot orange gives the blend a subtle hint of citrus that makes its fragrance truly tempting.

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The strangest thing is happening with this tea. I find myself wanting a cup quite often and I’m not sure why. When I first tried it I actually thought I didn’t really like it very much. It was alright, it just wasn’t really my thing but for some strange reason I can’t put my finger on I’ve been craving this tea. I can’t drink it straight (don’t think I like bergamont) so I do need to add milk and sugar to enjoy this one but I really really like it this way.

Something strange is going on here. A tea that I wasn’t wild about, possibly becoming one of my go-to teas? Has this ever happened to you?

ChaMei

I commented on this post and was discussing what aspects of bergamot is appealing. Then I posted, then re-read and thought you might find it pushy and rude and accidentally deleted instead of editing. Then got lazy to rue type on IPad and decided to leave well enough alone. Ha! Short story long.

ChaMei

Plus wanted to correct spelling mistake (as example above) but you can only delete a post. I hate auto correct when it puts IN mistakes.

Mrnixonpants

I didn’t think you were being pushy or rude but helpful and trying to point me in the right direction.

Mrnixonpants

And I despise auto correct for that reason I’ve really sent some strange sometimes embarrassing texts…

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I really like Red Leaf Tea as a company. They have the widest, wonderfully weird collection of stuff around. And one of the most extensive (and encyclopedic) Earl Grey collections out there. That’s why it pains me to say that I didn’t enjoy this as much as I wanted; even with the “Organic” label (which – more often than not – does make a difference on taste). Brewed as light as I did it, the leaves still lent a strong but bitter brew. Some like their Earls like that, but I’m not one of them. A second infusion at five minutes fared better but not by much. I did finish it, yet its not as superb as some of their other wares.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2010/12/09/review-red-leaf-tea-earl-grey-organic/

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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