Victorian Rose Earl Grey

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Bergamot, Earl Grey, Floral, Rose, Tannin
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Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 18 oz / 527 ml

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From Teaberry's Fine Teas

This special blend will evoke English tea parties in quaint Victorian rose gardens! This house blend is delightfully aromatic, made with premium Orange Pekoe, rose petals and a golden Darjeeling with bergamot essence. Excellent with a splash of cream and a homemade scone.

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1065 tasting notes


Finished this off being I’m so tired today and need caffeine. Hopefully this contains a good dose of caffeine so I can survive the rest of the (very long) day. I spend 14 hours on campus today, on top of studying for a midterm tomorrow. No rest for the weary. :/

Strong bergamot flavour, nice rose floral taste. The rose is quite aromatic and the black base is a bit sweet. The liquor is thick and flavourful.

Flavors: Bergamot, Earl Grey, Floral, Rose, Tannin

Boiling 3 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 24 OZ / 700 ML

Best of luck on the midterm tomorrow! Man I don’t miss that.

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Second tea that I had neglected to write notes for on Monday. I remember rather enjoying this one. I agree with the observation that Jillian made a out it being a very dainty old-fashioned tea. It really does seem like that. The rose scent was surprisingly well blended with the bergamot (furthermore, I just realized that I’ve been spelling bergamot wrong every single time for the past year… Just wow…) and wasn’t overpowering. However, I don’t enjoy the very floral note that rose petals typically add to a tea, so I couldn’t love it. Though the rose notes weren’t too strong, they were a very specific type of rose scent that makes me think of those fake dried rose petals (I would sometimes find them in little bowls in bathrooms?) that were scented and typically smelled like old lady perfume. Maybe that’s why this tea seems so old fashioned. Honestly though it wasn’t bad and I didn’t mind drinking it, but again just not for me.

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1882 tasting notes

This is a light earl grey, the bergamot flavour is middling to strong depending on whether you add milk and how much (for the record I do recommend taking it with milk). The rose flavour is light and delicate, a pleasent complimentary note that isn’t cloying. This feels like a very dainty tea, the sort you would have at an old fashioned English tea party outside in a garden.

Boiling 4 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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