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Organic Earl Grey loose leaf

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Black Tea
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  • “This tea is really not good at all. It is way too overpriced for the quality, as well. There is very little bergamot flavor, and the tea itself has very little flavor. There were way too few leaves...” Read full tasting note
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From two leaves and a bud

The best Earl Grey teas begin with high quality full black tea leaves, which get their legendary flavor from natural bergamot oil – oil from a citrus fruit grown in Bergamo, Italy. This is an elegant cuppa’ tea with tried and true flavor that ranges from a light citrus zip to a deep, smooth black tea.

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This tea is really not good at all. It is way too overpriced for the quality, as well. There is very little bergamot flavor, and the tea itself has very little flavor. There were way too few leaves and way too many stems, it was as if the tea was made of little sticks. The leaves don’t expand very much, either. Over all, I was very disappointed with it.

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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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