Curious to compare this to yesterday’s London Calling . . .
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“Shae’s ADVENT CALENDAR, DECEMBER 10 Oh well. Where to start this tasting note, again ? First of all, I had completely no idea how to take today photo. And it is obvious. I just took some...” Read full tasting note
The Earl Grey you love with a creamy twist. Organic black teas are delicately blended with fragrant oil of bergamot and a touch of French vanilla to create our best-seller which boasts fresh citrus notes followed by a rich robust finish.
Tasting Notes: Malt, Bergamot, Smooth
Ingredients: Select Organic Black Teas, Organic Cornflower, Natural Flavors, Bergamot Oil
Directions: 1 Tbsp per 6 oz at 200°F / 96°C for 3-5 mins
Certified Organic & Natural
*manufactured in a facility that processes tree nuts
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Shae’s ADVENT CALENDAR, DECEMBER 10
Oh well. Where to start this tasting note, again ?
First of all, I had completely no idea how to take today photo. And it is obvious. I just took some blue-related things and probably my last part of my tea ware — thermometer. I just found out how off is it! I think it could be around 23-25°C in our living room as I was in T-shirt and long pants only. So, definitely not 15°C as thermomoter says.
I generally accept well Earl Greys, I don’t mind even it is not a “clean” one as this one. But something went wrong.
I preapred as usual, 2 teaspoons, 4 minutes steep, 300 ml of off boiling water in my favourite glass mug. The aroma was clearly creamy with bergamot, so I took bit later a first sip. Oh… it was rather like a cream with bergamot. Somewhere in the background hides the base tea. It was REALLY CREAMY. And then it was cooling down and bergamot was more and more apparent. And as an oil. Yep, I noticed it was oil flavouring and well, it wasn’t nice. It was bit of bitter and somehow biting my tongue. It was in flavour completely opposite of the creamy and I am (and was when drinking) bit confused.
Not a fan. It was too creamy even for my taste; and too much flavoured by bergamot oil. Maybe even I could call it “blergamot” as… someone call it that way, but I don’t remember who!
Flavors: Bergamot, Biting, Bitter, Creamy