Canadian Breakfast

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Bergamot, Jasmine, Organic Black Tea
Flavors
Bergamot, Jasmine
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Certification
Organic
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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This was a tea suggestion from Bear With Me. Unlike Sil, I enjoy my citruses and florals. Mm, delicious florals. I viewed this a more cutting kind of earl grey, and I had a good time with it. The...” Read full tasting note
  • “oh bear with me you know how i’ll try anything lol. fancy this…a tea with two of my arch nemeses….the dreaded blergamot AND his nefarious evil twin – jasmine. I of course didn’t know it until...” Read full tasting note

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A unique take on a traditional Earl Grey – bergamot with a kick of jasmine!

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This was a tea suggestion from Bear With Me. Unlike Sil, I enjoy my citruses and florals. Mm, delicious florals.

I viewed this a more cutting kind of earl grey, and I had a good time with it. The jasmine nor the bergamot curdled the milk with their liveliness, which is always nice. Definitely a sharp, bright wake-me-up tea though. I’d add it to the mental spa category of teas.

Flavors: Bergamot, Jasmine

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Sil

haha glad you enjoyed this one more than me :)

Christie Lee

Does it taste like Canada? ;)

CrowKettle

Honestly, when I first read the name I was expecting (hoping for) maple. Maybe this tea is meant to represent not what a stereotypical Canadian eats for breakfast but what an actual Canadian would taste and smell like during said meal: bergamot and jasmine. We are unanimously a clean smelling bunch before noon.

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10480 tasting notes

oh bear with me you know how i’ll try anything lol. fancy this…a tea with two of my arch nemeses….the dreaded blergamot AND his nefarious evil twin – jasmine. I of course didn’t know it until the water hit the leaves…. and then they popped up! Admittedly though, it “almost” works in this tea. The blergamot is subdued a little by the jasmine and neither one is overpowering. I just don’t like the flavour combination that it has. thanks for letting me try this though BWM! wasn’t as bad as i would have thought it would be haha

Lala

Bergamot and Jamine definitely do not scream Canadian to me. Ha ha.

Sil

i thought it was a straight tea…until i added water heh

Bear With Me

Pretty sure that was the cheekiest one I sent you, so everything else should be pretty safe ;)

She chose a good smooth base which I think helped too. It’s not a combo I ever would have thought of, but it’s grown on me!

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