I found the smell of the tea the most pleasant aspect. It wasn’t overly perfumey like some newer Earl Greys. It had a hint of anise or licorice mixed in with the bergamot. The actual flavor of this tea was serviceable but not as robust as I look for in Earl Grey. It’s not a bad tea at all, just not among the best in a category of tea that has so many contenders.

Flavors: Anise, Bergamot, Citrus Zest, Lavender, Licorice

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I’ve recently returned home to NY after decades of living out West and in the South where people only drink tea iced with enough sugar to put a rhino in a coma. I drink my tea without milk or sugar, same as my coffee, because I want to taste it. Irish Breakfast (Barry’s please!) and Earl Grey are my daily cups and I’m always happy to try creative, custom blends and am lucky to have high quality tea shops nearby.


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