Lavender Earl Grey (Limited Edition)

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Bergamot, Citrusy, Floral, Lavender, Pleasantly Sour
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Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From Twinings

To capture the moment when the colours and scents of Provence Lavender flowers turns to spring.

We’ve blended the taste of lavender with the citrus flavours of bergamot to give a delicate Earl Grey tea with a stylish floral twist. Take a sip, breathe in the scent of lavender and enjoy the calm – why not try as an after dinner tea?

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Part of my package from a across the pond from Maisonlula I was interested to try this because I’ve never seen the limited editions in the states. “by appointment to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II” I don’t know if I have ever noticed that before…because it’s not on Twinings teabags in the states. Not a bad blend there is a unique flavor but also a familiar one….barbasol. Dude it’s like black tea that tastes like shaving cream smells. However it’s not gross. Who would of thought the smell of shaving cream is citrus and lavender….by jove I solved a mystery

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6 tasting notes

I like this tea, but not as much as I did after discovering the Marks & Spencer’s Empress Grey tea.

The lavender twist is pleasant but almost non-existant after the first initial cup. When I drink tea with a floral hint, I want the hint to be present.

Perhaps I’m being unfair. It may be that I’ve been wooed by the Johnny-Come-Lately that is the Empress Grey and that would be fair.

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I’m not a huge fan of Earl Grey tea, this review does not lead me to think that I would change my mind.

Carol Wattberg

It’s unfortunate but a symptom of our modern times that the Empress has overtaken the Earl on this occasion. Life can be topsy-turvy at times.

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I wonder if US version is same or not.

But I have this one, based on bag design.

The aroma is strong, and unfortunately it smells bit like a dish soap to me. I think that lavender + bergamot don’t work very well in aroma.

Taste was pleasant on the other side, it was nice and mild, with floral notes of lavender and citrus, pleasant sourness. Base tea was present and nice too.

I am bit puzzled how to rate it. Taste was pleasant, but that aroma wasn’t great. Hmm… Fresh it would be much better I bet.

On the other news; my grandma had a stroke yesterday evening, so I am not really in mood even making tea. Luckily, it was just some minor and with “ups and downs”, so it was partially free, not blocked completely. Oh boy, and she was okay few hours earlier. But because of COVID, we can’t even visit her. I feel sad.

Flavors: Bergamot, Citrusy, Floral, Lavender, Pleasantly Sour

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

Your grandma got lucky if that’s all she experienced! Hope you’re able to visit her soon, or at least video call.


Hopefully thongs will be ok Martin. I will put her on our prayer list.


Me, too. Praying you’ll be able to give her a grandson hug soon.

Martin Bednář

Thank you guys, I really appreciate it! She was doing better today, as I have notice my mum (her daughter) calling her. She knew exactly what she needs and missing in the hospital, so we could deliver it today. Unfortunately, as I said, I could not see her, I was stopped at the gatehouse.


So glad to hear your grandma is recovering.


Praying for your grandmother, and for you!

Martin Bednář

Thank you derk and ashmanra. So far I don’t have any news, but hopefully everything is alright.


I’m sorry to hear about your grandma! Hopefully it’s as minor of a stroke as possible.

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1186 tasting notes

This was never added to my cupboard, but it is about a 2 year old teabag I finally sipped down at work today. Sipdown being a relative term..I actually am throwing out the rest of the mug because it was just too bitter and blech for me. The lavender and EG really did not mix well for me, or I brewed it too strongly haha. Whatever it was, not my cup of tea! Ah well, it’s gone now! No rating in case it was just me brewing it too long (I don’t really pay attention to brew time at work haha).

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Might this be the one that turns me into an Earl Grey convert? I’ve had bad luck with earl grey, I always find the bergamot to be unpleasant and overwhelming, and I have to force myself to finish it. While the bergamot is definitely present in this tea, it’s balanced with the black tea and lavender, you can sense all of the flavors, and it’s utterly delicious. The lavender obviously smooths out the bergamot and is clearly the perfect compliment to it. I’d never thought I’d crave an earl grey tea, but I find myself looking forward to being able to make a cup of this.

Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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