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From The Tea Zone & Camellia Lounge

If you like Earl Grey try this tea flavored with a touch of bergamot, a hint of vanilla and fruit.

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This was a very generous sample from Sandy. If I recall correctly she thought it would be great iced. I made a pitcher of it for icing and a pot. Honestly with a name like this I didn’t want to wait for it to be chilled.

This is an interesting interpretation of earl grey. Hot, bergamot and vanilla are much stronger with just hints of fruit in the back ground. Iced the fruit really takes the show and the bergamot and vanilla are just support. The tea base is smooth with a coppery aftertaste and just a hint of malt.

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This is an entirely pleasant cup of tea.

I shared this with Missy and Dylan after that very pleasant trip to Portland a couple weeks ago.

Unlike Missy, I don’t notice the bergamot at all in this. It just tastes like a pleasant, lightly fruity black tea. It’s closer to the Soderblandning from Tea Center of Stockholm for me without the interesting denseness.

I’ll try this iced next, but can say, as it cooled off, I noticed the fruity notes more.

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