Earl Grey Tea Latte

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Citrus
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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12 Tasting Notes View all

  • “Had this over the weekend (without the syrup, as usual) because I didn't want the calories of my usual drink. Sometimes this tastes fantastic, and sometimes I'm just not as impressed and this was...” Read full tasting note
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    alannahrose 433 tasting notes
  • “I had this at Starbucks today. I wasn't completely impressed. This is the second time I've tried Earl Grey, and the second time it's been the Tazo blend. The first time I tried Tazo's blend, I...” Read full tasting note
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    teaplz 186 tasting notes
  • “Bergamot like WOAH! This is the bergamot to end all bergamots and not in a good way. It's so strong that it tastes quite bitter and oddly enough the sweetener doesn't seem to alleviate this;...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1587 tasting notes
  • “Starbucks early grey is much too bitter to drink. Two large sachet tea bags is way too much tea for one cup. The recipe needs less citrus and more smoothness. ” Read full tasting note
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    drea.lazos 1 tasting notes

From Tazo

“Full leaf black tea with citrusy Italian Bergamot and a hint of lavender. Sweetened with vanilla syrup and topped with steamed milk and velvety foam.”

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12 Tasting Notes

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433 tasting notes

Had this over the weekend (without the syrup, as usual) because I didn’t want the calories of my usual drink. Sometimes this tastes fantastic, and sometimes I’m just not as impressed and this was a “not impressed” time. It was on the verge of being bitter (they must have steeped it a bit before they gave it to me, because I took the bag out after the same amount of time I always do), and it just didn’t hit the spot, so to speak.

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186 tasting notes

I had this at Starbucks today. I wasn’t completely impressed. This is the second time I’ve tried Earl Grey, and the second time it’s been the Tazo blend. The first time I tried Tazo’s blend, I probably oversteeped it (although I followed the instructions on the package). The resulting brew was so bitter that I needed to throw away my cup.

It’s a bit annoying that they put the tea bag in there and leave it in. It means that you need to open your cup after a certain steepage (and how can you figure this out?) and throw away the teabag before your brew becomes bitter. I had this particular latte with soymilk, since I’m lactose intolerant.

While it was enjoyable, I didn’t think it was anything particularly special, and I still don’t think I’m a fan of Earl Grey. Maybe it’s Tazo’s blend that’s not spectacular. The soy didn’t really work with this; the nuttiness of its flavor pretty much completely masked the taste of the tea, and I instead was left with bergamot-nut. It was pretty odd. Easy to drink, but not compulsively sippable. I didn’t finish the entire thing.

Preparation
Boiling

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1587 tasting notes

Bergamot like WOAH! This is the bergamot to end all bergamots and not in a good way. It’s so strong that it tastes quite bitter and oddly enough the sweetener doesn’t seem to alleviate this; instead it just provides an odd counterpoint.

And WTF Starbucks, is it too much effort to take the tea bag out before you give it to me?! It’s not exactly a nice experience to take a gulp of what I thought was foam and instead get a mouthful of mesh teabag. Yuck.

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1 tasting notes

Starbucks early grey is much too bitter to drink. Two large sachet tea bags is way too much tea for one cup. The recipe needs less citrus and more smoothness.

Flavors: Bitter, Citrus

Preparation
1 min, 0 sec

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27 tasting notes

as an employee of the ’bux i will be the first to say we stock some lousy tea. The earl grey tea latte is actually okay if the teabag is steeped for no more than a minute as after that the bitterness sets in. though today I snuck in some EG from teavana and had them make me a latte out of that before my shift started and it was delicious as fuck.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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8 tasting notes

I had this at Starbucks. I didn’t know they’d left the teabag in, so it got pretty nasty, and wasn’t very good to begin with. I think maybe I’m just not used to my Earl Grey being a latte, though. I like Tazo’s regular Earl Grey, and have it at home.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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25 tasting notes

I tried this from Starbucks today…it was okay…it would have been a lot better if I would have remembered to take the tea bag out a bit sooner.

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72 tasting notes

My local branch calls it a London Fog. It was good- though best with sugar, and next time I won’t let it steep as long.

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24 tasting notes

It is true! Starbucks has loose leaf tea! If you ask for it I had the loose leaf earl grey tea latte minus the milk. Finally a good cup of tea from Tazo. ( I almost wrote them off for being so bad when it comes to the bagged tea)

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1591 tasting notes

Tried this out at the local Starbucks today. It was very creamy but very tasty. I think this will keep me up for a few hours tonight…

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