Thank you, Shae, for the sample. This is a decent blend. The dry aroma makes it smell a bit artificial. Candy lemon drops. Lemon tart. The wet leaf aroma brings in a bit of woody notes along with bread pudding. The flavor isn’t quite what I was expecting though. The bergamot is subdued. Even the woody tones of the tea itself are somewhat muted. It tastes more medicinal than anticipated. But with candied undertones?
Okay. Round two. Still not impressed, unfortunately. The bergamot is just too subdued for pleasantries. It is fine to drink on its own but would not work for a London Fog.