Earl Grey Premium

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Black Tea
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Medium
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Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “What I like about this Earl Grey is that the flavorings are more subtle. I can actually taste the Ceylon tea in the background. The bergamot is tame and the vanilla is tamer. I like this one more...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I wanted to try Tealyra’s Earl Grey because I feel like I haven’t found the perfect EG that is currently for sale. It’s like bergamot is just disappointing now, when a few years ago so many...” Read full tasting note
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We have taken a delicious blend of delicious Ceylon black tea from Sri Lanka, and enhanced it with the addition of highly fragrant naturally sourced bergamot oil and added a hint of vanilla and cream to it to shake things up!

Bergamot oil is what gives Earl Grey it’s citrusy depth that is key to making Earl Grey taste the way it should, together with the comforting vanilla hint, our Earl Grey Premium is a lovely tea that takes the classic earl grey flavor to the next level! Try our Earl Grey Premium any way you like it- hot, iced, sweet with milk, or as a tea latte- you won’t be disappointed!

Ingredients: Premium black loose leaf tea, cornflowers, oil of bergamot, natural flavor.
Origin: Variety
Caffeine Level: Medium
Preparation: Use 1 tsp of tea per 8oz/200ml of water. Heat water to 205F/95C and steep for 2-3 minutes.

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What I like about this Earl Grey is that the flavorings are more subtle. I can actually taste the Ceylon tea in the background. The bergamot is tame and the vanilla is tamer. I like this one more than Tealyra’s EG Classic. The sachets are convenient.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 10 OZ / 295 ML

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I wanted to try Tealyra’s Earl Grey because I feel like I haven’t found the perfect EG that is currently for sale. It’s like bergamot is just disappointing now, when a few years ago so many bergamot teas were delicious. For example, Zen had the BEST cream earl grey, but then their supplier changed to a very different EG. This EG seems exactly like that replaced EG, and I don’t mean the perfect delicious EG…. I mean the bad replacement. The bergamot is just not the bergamot I’m looking for. There should also be a cream flavor they mention in the description, but I’m just tasting the unappealing bergamot. At least the black tea is brisk enough for me. Maybe this Earl could be the perfect Earl for someone else, but it ain’t for me.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug// 12 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 4 minute steep

Cameron B.

I think my favorites right now are Kusmi’s Anastasia and Harney & Sons’s Winter White Earl Grey.

But I don’t think I’ve ever found a Cream Earl Grey that I’ve actually liked…

tea-sipper

I haven’t tried either of those. Onto the wish list…

Cameron B.

I can send you some samples if you’d like. Just let me know!

Tabby

Winter White is really, really good. I second that recommendation.

tea-sipper

Cameron B – I better not. haha. I would swap samples with you but I have to get to the PO early tomorrow, so it’s too late for me to do any sample packaging. Thanks so much for the offer though :D

Cameron B.

No problem, let me know if you change your mind. It doesn’t have to be a swap!

ashmanra

I have enjoyed the Winter White Earl Grey as well. I like Earl Grey Supreme by Harney well enough, but I am not the biggest bergamot fan in the world. I used to love Nina’s Earl Grey when it had a Keemun base, but they switched to Ceylon and made me sad. A lottle bergamot goes a long way for me, and preferably with something else thrown in for other flavor.

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