Earl Grey de la Creme

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Black Tea
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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “After my recent sipdown of DavidsTea's Cream Earl Grey, I was craving it rather badly (figures), and decided to look through my giant box of teas from LiberTEAS to see if there was another variant...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Upping the rating a bit on this, because there are very, very few teas that I will revisit on a regular basis. So if I drink a tea as regularly as I drink this one, it must be pretty damn good.” Read full tasting note
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  • “I didn't know this was possible, but I've been too sick to want to drink tea. This goes against all my ideas of what is right and proper! You're supposed to want tea MORE when you're sick! But...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Oooooh vanilla! When I opened the sample packet the smell was a mix of citrusy and a creamy-sweet smell that made me think of melted ice cream and creamy caramel - can I eat these leaves?...” Read full tasting note
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From SpecialTeas

Flavored with the same oil of bergamot as our classic Earl Grey (No. 820) but with a hint of vanilla and cream. A smooth and aromatic blend with a wonderful creamy-fruity flavor that appeals to a wide range of tastes. Even if you are not an Earl Grey fan, we recommend you try this tea.

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42 Tasting Notes

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I enjoy many different teas. Tis is a great version of Earl Grey. It has subtle flavors of vanilla and citrus that mix well with the slightly smoky black tea. There was no bitterness that I could detect and would be a good through out day tea. In the morning I enjoy stronger teas to get me going and in the evening I enjoy subtle teas such as whites or light oolongs. If you need strong earl grey blends then this is not for you, but if you want a different change of pace with many subtle flavors this is really a tea to try.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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All of the flavors are well balanced and don’t get lost in each other. I really love how it distinguishes itself from other earl greys with the creamy vanilla. Definitely nice for a change of pace (though I did drink it constantly for about a year). Very nice black or with a bit of soy milk.

Jillian

This is on my list of tea to try, so I’m glad someone here likes it!

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Quite possibly the best Earl Grey I’ve ever had. The texture is such that it’s like it already has cream in it.

Adding milk and sugar makes it taste like (an elegant, sophisticated) candy. If you like that sort of thing. (I do.)

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This has been my “drink it every morning” tea for several years. I add a dash of sweetener and fat-free half and half. I love it!

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Hmmm… I was afraid the cream/vanilla flavors wouldn’t be noticeable against the earl grey but it was a nice balance. I thought the tea was a little on the weak size overall through when I steeped the recommended 3 minutes. It was much better when I let it steep for 5 minutes like I usually do with black teas. Also, it’s not really sweet on it’s own but for some reason, a little sugar/sweetener seems to go a looong way. I had to add less than usual to keep it from tasting too sweet. Other than that, it’s a nice twist on a classic. Don’t know if I’d go out of my way to order more but I can see adding in more samples next time I order from SpecialTeas.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Earl Grey is my favorite tea, and I am sad to leave the only negative review thus far. I found the cornflowers overpowering, and couldn’t enjoy the bergamot aftertaste. Perhaps I should just steer clear of floral Earl Greys, though I love the Edwards Premium Tea Apres-Midi, which is black tea with rose, jasmine, and bergamot. I much prefer SpecialTeas’ Fine Earl Grey.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Opera Tea Maiden

Very nice mention of Edwards Premium Tea’s Après-Midi blend!!! Thanks so much. I’m pleased that you enjoy it!! If anyone is interested, it can be found online at http://www.TheTeaDrinker.com
cheers, Ann of Edwards Premium Tea/The Tea Drinker (blush!)

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I think it tastes like Lemon Chiffon and not Earl Grey. It’s a pleasant tea and one I’m sure others would enjoy, but I like my Earl straight up.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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336 tasting notes

Watched French Open and had a cup of Earl Grey. Nice!

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This is by and far my favorite Earl Grey. The cornflowers lend a delicate, creamy sweetness that helps to temper the bergamot.

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