Victorian London Fog

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Black Tea
Bergamot, Black Tea, Lavender, Oolong Tea, Vanilla
Bergamot, Cream, Earth, Lavender, Smooth, Citrus, Creamy, Vanilla
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 13 oz / 390 ml

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Victorian London Fog was the winning blend in our customer creation contest! Thousands of blends were submitted and we let you all choose between the top 5 flavors!

The beverage called London Fog originated during the Victorian era. Traditionally, it is an Earl Grey served with steamed milk.

Black tea, oolong tea, bergamot oil, lavender, vanilla flavor. Contains natural flavors.

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30 tasting notes

Very tasty! I compared his against Harney’s Earl Grey Supreme, and liked this much better.

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48 tasting notes

Nice, Light but flavorful, a little fruity, hard to put my finger on the flavors. Nice.

2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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1528 tasting notes

365 Days of Tea Challenge – Day 38

I picked up a sample of this with my last Harney & Sons order, because even though I don’t generally like lavender, I’m still looking for an Earl Grey with cream/vanilla that lives up to my expectations.

Happily, the lavender isn’t all that noticeable next to the bergamot. I can tell it’s there, but it’s not offensive to me. The cream flavor is nice. However, I really wish there was vanilla as well…

It also somehow comes out tasting a bit like coconut in some sips.

So not the Earl Grey cream of my dreams, but still tasty!

Flavors: Bergamot, Cream, Earth, Lavender, Smooth

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

Have you tried Cream Earl Grey from Teafrog? It was pretty awesome to me!

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687 tasting notes

One of my newest samples. It looked interesting.

There is a very nice cream, and lavender scent. The flavour is creamy vanilla, which is really good with the lavender and bergamot. Very glad I finally tried some.

Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus, Cream, Creamy, Lavender, Vanilla

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14 tasting notes

I love this tea. More flavourful than a basic earl grey, not as perfumey as Harneys Paris. The lavender cleans it up a bit without being cloying. I love it. One of my favs. I make it with lots of shaken foamed milk. My perfect afternoon treat.

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2991 tasting notes
I had to buy a sample of this recently (thanks to Steepsterers mentioning it. haha.) When Harney has free shipping though, it’s easy to justify buying a couple samples. (Uh oh.) It’s interesting this blend was a winning blend in a contest of thousands submitted. I didn’t know about this contest. The ingredients: Black tea, oolong tea, bergamot oil, lavender, vanilla flavor. I didn’t seem to see much oolong with the black tea unless it is of the type that actually looks like black tea. I see the occasional lavender piece. To be honest, I’m not usually a fan of the Earls I’ve tried from Harney, but this one is much tastier than I usually find them. The scent of the leaves reminds me of Fruity Pebbles which I sadly haven’t had in ages. I do detect notes of lavender but none of vanilla which makes me disappointed. The black tea is certainly robust enough (again, where is that oolong if this blend is so strong?) and I love a strong great tasting Earl. I’m glad I only used a teaspoon because this tea is certainly strong enough. Apparently I should have tried this with milk to make ‘London Fog’. I didn’t. So this blend probably wasn’t as exceptional as I wanted it to be, but it definitely isn’t a cup I’d say no to. And with the lack of excellent bergamot teas being sold today, this one is good enough for me.

Steep #1 // 1 teaspoon for a full mug// 14 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #2 // 8 minutes after boiling // 4 minute steep

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27 tasting notes

A bought a sample of this and I’m going to order more. It’s soft and creamy from the vanilla. It tastes great with milk and is sweet on its own. I think I can taste the lavender. It has a floral thing going for sure, but I don’t taste the citrus. That is ok, it’s just yummy as it is. I overbrewed it by about five minutes and it did get a little bitter, but nothing extra milk couldn’t fix.

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100 tasting notes

I love Earl Grey and my favorite is Earl Grey Supreme from Harney & Sons, this is a different taste with the cream and lavender, but just as good! I very much enjoyed the creaminess of the tea. My husband loves this one, very similar to Earl Grey Moonlight from Adiago.

Flavors: Bergamot, Cream, Lavender

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Usually after getting breakfast, I’ll brew a few cups of black tea as an alternative to coffee. In the past, I’d opt for either Paris from H&S, or this one lapsang souchong blend from Adagio. This one is quickly becoming one of my favorites, though! I’m HUGE on floral flavors, but sometimes they can get a little overpowering. Steeping this tea right will keep the lavender in check, and bring out the vanilla flavors! I’ve only brought this one maybe a week or so ago and I feel as though I already need a refill.

Flavors: Cream, Lavender, Vanilla

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 18 OZ / 532 ML

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2793 tasting notes

For my last breakfast cup of 2019 is this blend. Its just a nice, relaxing one, earthy and a bit sweet, and lovely on a cold morning.
I cannot believe the year is gone. What happened?


Ahhh, I hadn’t thought of it like that! Kind of bittersweet, isn’t it?


The longer you’ve been climbing, the faster the boulder rolls downhill!


I know… I swear it was only January yesterday… :/

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