Chocolate Earl Grey

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Bergamot, Chocolate
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Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “This is by far my favourite TWG tea. Introduced to me during a decadent afternoon tea with a friend, and I came home with a 50g bag. The earl grey is light on the bergamot with an aromatic scent...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I buy too much tea! LOL! Looks like I have had this in my cupboard for a couple years now, have just finished the bag and liked it much more in the beginning when it was fresh. I had it cold...” Read full tasting note

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A world first! This rich and aromatic black tea is accented with fresh notes of rare TWG Tea bergamot and pure dark chocolate which unite to create a marvelous and blissful blend. An unforgettable tea for those special moments.

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This is by far my favourite TWG tea. Introduced to me during a decadent afternoon tea with a friend, and I came home with a 50g bag.

The earl grey is light on the bergamot with an aromatic scent of cocoa that carries over to its taste. It’s great for the days that you want something “chocolate-y” but you are trying to refrain from actually eating chocolate. This is the only “chocolate tea” that I have tried that retains a cocoa flavour without adding artificial flavouring or actual chocolate chips. The cocoa shells do the trick!

I love it hot with a splash of milk.

Flavors: Bergamot, Chocolate

Preparation
3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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791 tasting notes

I buy too much tea! LOL! Looks like I have had this in my cupboard for a couple years now, have just finished the bag and liked it much more in the beginning when it was fresh. I had it cold steeped over night in the fridge for these last few cups and it wasn’t very remarkable at all. Hard to say if it was the preparation or the age of the tea, but I’m not feeling like I need to restock this. Ever. At this point in my tea journey I feel like honing in on my favorites instead of trying everything in sight, finding one or two gems per dozen or so that I try. I still have so much tea to go through before I can really get my cupboard dialed in. :/ Rough life, eh?

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Iced
mrmopar

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Nattie

Seconded.

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