This seems to be my go-to Earl Grey these days. Pretty great!
“Again today, great Earl Grey, fantastic for the morning-work” Read full tasting note
“TeaG’s signature Earl Grey- the most popular tea in their Chicago shop, they told us back when we lived in Chicagoland. I must admit it’s just about the perfect winter afternoon drink, and now that...” Read full tasting note
“I must have gotten a bad batch or something. It had a strong chemical flavor that was nothing like bergamot. Tried a second cup with less steeping with the same result. Threw the bag in the trash.” Read full tasting note
“It just won the category in the World Tea Championship, and I used it to smoke a pork loin. It’s the most fragrant Earl Grey in the world, and makes a fabulous flavorful tea. But in this culinary...” Read full tasting note
A blend of the finest Black Teas heavy with first-rate natural bergamot oil. Even the Earl himself would be smitten by the bold character of this classic.
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I am a big fan of this tea – a bold and robust Earl Grey! A little astringency but no bitterness at all. The citrus aspects of the bergamot are much stronger than the sour rind notes – works quite well with the black tea. Both the dry leaf and the brewed tea have a strong and delightful aroma. This is a very refreshing tea!
this tea is classic! strong and fresh in his character. soothing and friendy on rainy sundays. i really hate the word but it’s a “fine” tea, hazy, full bodied, simple in substance but complex in practice. i like to add a lil sugar and milk, but the taste is fantastic when you drink it pure also. In my opinion its the best earl grey tea gschwendner is selling.