drank Earl Grey Bravo by Adagio Teas
7 tasting notes

I love Earl Grey Bravo.

I love it I love it I love it. Just so we’re clear!

I was so happy to get this and a couple other teas for Christmas, along with an electric kettle and Adagio’s adoooorable (but fragile) two-cup Petit Teapot. I had a week off of work and started making a pot of this every day and enjoying it with a splash of whole milk and a spoon of sugar (Splenda works quite well too). Every time I finished my first cup, I was always so glad that a second one was waiting for me! By the end of the week, instead of coffee, the smell of fresh EGB was what I associated with waking up. My daily coffee has been replaced!

The smell is amazing. If you’re not into strong smells, true, this is probably not the tea for you, but I adore it. When I got a sample of this, along with many others, my whole order smelled like bergamot on the outside. The inside clear plastic lid of the tin I received for Christmas was coated in tea leaves and oil. The definitely put a lot of flavor in this one!

I’m no good at determining what scent or taste notes a tea, but I definitely smelled honey in this one.

Earl Grey isn’t for everyone, but if you do like it, this is definitely one to try.

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