As others have said the smell of this tea is very redolent of bergamot, I love it so much, based solely on the smell this would get a 100, although its taste is not bad in any respect, what I have to say is it took a little getting used to, at first sip I was surprised, it didnt quite taste like the Earl greys I have tried in the past. It tasted much like it smelt which like I said wasnt bad I just wasnt expecting it but after I adjusted I enjoyed this, but still reletively the same enjoyance as the bagged bigelow earl grey

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Hola, I’m Brendon, I’m 18 and my hobbies include computers, and learning languages (I know, strange hobby eh?). I am with ‘mi amor verdadero’ and ‘lubeemaya dyevooshka’ of 19 months and para siempre, Serena Lyn—-
I’ve been drinking bagged tea you buy in stores for years but never thought they were strong enough, I was told I should try loose leaf but have yet to do so, I hope to get some soon. (Favorite Vendors? I’ve only looked at Adagio, albeit with high hopes)—-
I always use Boiling Water and Steep until I am done drinking, unless its green tea then, I usually use water just under boiling but still steep until done drinking, I like a stroooong cup—-
I also have never tried milk in my tea nor do I plan to anytime soon. I did try sugar and didn’t really like it, although it took quite a bit for me to even notice it. I have put lemon in my tea however and that can be quite good depending on the type


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