Raspberry Earl Grey

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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A berry blend of bergamot and black tea… say that 3 times! One of our most popular Earl Grey variations, with pleasantly fruity berry notes mingled with an underlying bergamot profile, you’ll find it impossible to put this cup down. The aromas are so enticing, you’ll have at least 3 cups before you finally decide it’s time to get back to work… or you might just take the day off to spend with your new tea-love.

2 – 3 min, milk not recommended

Tea (Camelia Sinensis), orange peel, safflower, natural essences

Tasting Notes…
Certification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Pekoe
Aroma: Bergamot, raspberry
Infusion Aroma: Bergamot, hints of raspberry
Infusion Color: Dark amber
Base flavor: Malty, bergamot, hints of raspberry
Infusion Strength: Strong

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Had a big pot of this for games & Kelly this afternoon. Played Crazy Eights, a Harry Potter trading card game (oh yes), Lexigo and Crib. FUN. I always forget how much I enjoy games and usually have be dragged into them… what a dummy :P :P

Anyway, this tea is a great tea! Simple and yum.


this sounds awesome! i’m always looking for new earl grey blends — may need to check this one out!


SO yum. :D

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I’m glad I held off on rating this – I’m enjoying this far more this time around. Actually, with all the berry notes, and the ultra-smoooooth base, this is very comparable to Adagio’s TARDIS Blend! Except maybe smoother. And cheaper to buy/ship.

I love the golden amber liquor. This is a pretty tea, and and it tastes as good as it smells. I could see this becoming a regular.

I wonder if the extra 30s brewing helped subdue the bergamot, or if I was just ‘off’ when I tried it before.

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A really good Earl Grey variation. There is a good balance between raspberry and bergamot flavors. The raspberry is very distinct and strong but it doesn’t attempt to overpower the bergamot, which is also distinct.

Really good iced!

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/08/24/raspberry-earl-grey-black-tea-from-shanti-tea/

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