Creamed Earl Grey

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Lovers of Earl Grey Tea will want to have our Creamed Earl Grey as part of their collection. The subtle yet distinct flavour of bergamot pairs perfectly with cream making this tea ideal to drink day or night.

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Thanks Aimee P.! I’m not really a fan of plain Earl Grey teas but if it’s an Earl Grey cream I’ll take it! This is nice. Classic flavor with a touch of creaminess. Mmmm :)

Aimee Popovacki

i’m the same.. it has to be a pretty special plain earl grey for me to love it plain.. otherwise, i like them a little flavoured as well

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Hmm, this is nice but not as creamy as some of the other cream earl grey’s I’ve tried – the now defunct SpecialTeas for instance. It’s a smooth, light tea and the vanilla-cream takes the edge of the bergamot, but it’s striking me as rather ordinary and unremarkable.

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Sounds just about right to me … I’m not a huge bergamot fan, so toning it down sounds like a plus :)


SpecialTeas was in my top three tea vendors….I miss them. I always wanted to, but now will never get the chance to try their “Earl Grey de la Creme” I think it was called. :((


@gmathis: I can trade you what I’ve got (about 50g) for something of yours if you’re interested. ;)

@ScottTeaMan: I miss them too, now several of my favorite teas either aren’t produced anymore or are sold at Teavana (urgh) for ridiculously jacked up prices. >:(


I don’t like Teavana’s selection of teas, and they’re more expensive! They had a China Black called EMPEROR’S RED. It was tea like…Golden Monkey, but much more tippy and flavorful. Also a China Black similar to EMPEROR’S RED, but more tippy, and sadly it sold out before I got to order it. BUDDHA’S RED I think it was called.-gorgeous curled, abungantly tippy leaves.

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145 tasting notes

My first tea from Teaopia. When I went in the store they were talking about how much they hate Davids Tea, but a lot of their products/advertising etc looks very similar…

Anyway, about the tea. If I were to do a blind test on this I’d probably say it’s just a straight up earl, but a very nice one. It’s not like the Davids version which is much creamier. If I really try I can kind of taste the creaminess cutting the bergamot a little. Mehh, this one is okay. It’s a good tea but not what I was expecting.

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Sounds kind of immature for teaopia staff to be talking like that. Its all tea. Sure, everyone has a certain preference or comfort zone but, are they really that pretentious about their tea drinking? If I were you I would have been kind of annoyed and left.


Yeah I know, they were kinda unfriendly too. :/ But I wanted to try the tea lol. I thought maybe even though those particular staff members were unimpressive the company might still be alright.

Tina S.

Wow, how unprofessional to trash the competition where customers can hear. That’s the type of thing that has made me no longer step foot into Teaopia. David’s just beats them in every way for me.

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95 tasting notes

I am not usually an earl grey fan, and this tea did nothing to change my opinion. Whatever they used to make the creamy flavour tasted very artificial. I finished the cup and will probably drink the rest from my tea tower, but definitely not a go-to and was just alright overall.

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Made this as a pot of tea for my best friend and I, to lure him into the world of loose leaf tea. He loved it, so I bought him a tea starter set and a tin of this one.

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I love Earl Greys, as I find them to be great wake-me-up teas.
When I saw that there was a “Creamed” earl grey, and essentially it was just that kick of vanilla that made it “creamy”, I was sold. Vanilla and I go way back.

Excited, I brew my first Creamed Earl Grey latte. It was very nice! Much more exotic than the usual Earl Grey, which is surprising, because there isn’t a massive ingredients change. The vanilla softens the blow of the otherwise pungent bergamot.

It mixes very well with other caramel-based teas, or even nutty-based teas, in my opinion.

It is the best as a latte, but drinking it on its own is nice too, as the bergamot is strong and gives the tea body regardless of sweetening.

Will likely buy it again when I’m out!

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This is my staple tea. It’s amazing what the addition of cream flavor will do. It’s smoother than regular Earl Grey, has a great aroma, and is great with milk or without.

I usually don’t bother taking the steeping ball out of the tea, but have started doing so. It’s almost a shame I can’t do multiple infusions but that’s why I buy this tea in bulk!

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This is my favourite, basic tea. Good with anything, at any time.

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65 tasting notes

I’m not normally a fan of Earl Gey but I do enjoy the Creamed Earl Grey.

It smells great in the tin and the creaminess softens the slightly bitter edge I find in black teas. I like it and will probably keep some on the shelf for my father in law, but for me, it’s not really a must drink.

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