Here’s another sipdown from Sil. Quite honestly, I was avoiding this one, but it’s actually pretty good if you sweeten it!
“Yayyy! This came in the mail today and I had to immediately try it. Holiday Earl Grey! With Laoshan Black (and Zhu Rong) base! I always love Verdant's Earl variants, and I'm glad they finally had...” Read full tasting note
“EG this is not. This is zhu wrong and LB....and maybe a couple spices thrown in. Again 1 min steeps is stupid. lol Pretty much feeling like i could just toss the two teas together and get...” Read full tasting note
“Ahh this tea is still quite tasty, citrusy and bright with chocolate notes from the excellent base teas. At first when I had it out of my travel mug today it seemed weak with a strange flavor, but...” Read full tasting note
“It's nice enough I suppose, but I still don't like Laoshan Black. Enter: honey. Honey makes (almost) every tea palatable.” Read full tasting note
Ingredients: Laoshan Black, Zhu Rong, Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Clove, Bergamot Oil
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This is wonderful. It’s cozy and perfect as a hot cup of tea. I brewed for only a minute as suggested and the flavor is great with no bitterness. It’s a soft flavor. I can tell there is cinnamon and citrus (not obviously bergamot or orange, just light citrus) along with a chocolatey black tea, but nothing dominates. Everything blends together so well. I could drink this every day.