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Fine South Indian black teas blended with rare Italian bergamot oil to create a premium, natural Earl Grey.

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Earl Grey No. 69 by Tea Gschwendner
“This is one of the worst Earl Grey’s i’ve come across. It has an overpowering bitter, chemical flavor.” That’s how I started this review, then I thought, “Earl Grey Bravo (Adagio) had the same issue the first time I tried it. Maybe I should brew it [No. 69] super short like I do EGB now.” So I did. Starting over…
This is not one of my favorite Earl Greys. It has a strong tea base with an overlying chemical flavor. In other words, brewing it shorter gave me less of a bad thing; which is not saying more of a good thing. Over all, I’d rather drink hot water.
[Edit 1/27] Gave away the remainder to another tea loving friend…they gave it back!

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This Earl Grey is the best I’ve tasted so far from TeaGschwendner’s selection (in my country the No1 Tea seller).
When not steeped too long, you can taste a light, satisfying citrus note, and overall the Earl Grey taste is just very nice.

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This is a strong Earl Grey tea that has a light citrus note. It’s okay but I prefer lighter tea variants such as the Earl Grey Imperior which has First Flush Darjeeling in it.


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