The last time I was at Teaberry’s in Kelowna I decided to try their diverse collection of earl grey blends (seriously they have at least half a dozen) so I purchased a bunch of 4-cup samplers. I wasn’t able to get all the earl grey ones but this way I’ve at least got the majority covered. I decided to start with this one as it’s the only non-black tea of the lot. The first thing I taste is the smooth, ever-so-slightly sweet cream flavours which fade into the nutty-vegetal flavours of the pai mu dan base and the tang of the bergamot. The flavouring isn’t too heavy on the bergamot thankfully as it could have easily overwhelmed a lighter base like this. The base is maybe a bit too much on the vegetal side for my personal preferences but it’s not bad.