Vanilla Whipped Lavender Grey

Tea type
Black Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Bergamot, Creamy, Lavender, Vanilla, Cake, Cream
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “So I’m kind of obsessed with this tea, although I’m not always 100% successful in brewing it (user error/laziness?). I love the lavender, I love the bergamot, I love the base (smooth!), and the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “2021 Sipdown #9 This one is a sad sipdown! I have really enjoyed this tea and hope to find something like it! This particular cup was a lot heavier on the vanilla than the previous ones, and not...” Read full tasting note
    94
  • “Sip down 2. Added some milk this time around. The vanilla/whipped aspect is much more pronounced, which I’m really loving. The lavender is still quite strong, which I also love. Overall an...” Read full tasting note
    82
  • “52 Teas 12 Teas of Christmas – Day 6 Leave it to Anne to make a Lavender Earl Grey sound appealing. The Vanilla Whipped was calling me. And this smells awesome!! Like I want it as a perfume or a...” Read full tasting note

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An Original Blend for our 12 Teas of Christmas box for 2020!

Our Third new tea for the 2020 Holiday box – this tea brings together a few of my favorite things: Vanilla Tea, Earl Grey Tea & Lavender in tea. Inspired by a coffee shop type of drink, it starts with a blend of black teas (Assam, Ceylon, Yunnan & Vietnamese) & is combined with cold-pressed bergamot, vanilla bean, lavender buds & marshmallow root.

A lovely tea that is organic, VEGAN, gluten-free & allergen free!

Taster pouch is approximately 15g

organic ingredients: black teas, cold-pressed bergamot oil, lavender, marshmallow root, vanilla bean & natural flavors

As many of you are aware, I have a special fondness for Earl Grey-ish type of blends. I love me some bergamot! This tea combines the amazing that is bergamot with sweet, creamy notes of vanilla & a kiss of lavender. I enjoy this served straight as well as in latte form & it’s even quite nice iced! It’s one of those that tastes fantastic without any sweetener at all – although if you want to bring the vanilla notes forward a bit more, a teensy bit of sugar will do that for you.

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So I’m kind of obsessed with this tea, although I’m not always 100% successful in brewing it (user error/laziness?). I love the lavender, I love the bergamot, I love the base (smooth!), and the creaminess (when I can manage to get it to appear). I’ve had mad cravings for earl greys lately, and 52teas is my go-to (I have multiple EG cream-type blends to choose from) – the only other tea that I’m enjoying as much in that respect is DT’s EG Cream matcha, which also hits the spot. All of the other EGs that I can find in my stash (others from DT, Bird & Blend, Dessert by Deb, misc companies) are either too harsh, or have a weird flavour that I’m not totally fond of. Even made into a latte, they’re not as good, and I’d really prefer to enjoy my teas without additions.

Long story short, thank you for making this, Anne! I think it’s very much along the lines of my submissions for the contest, and I was thrilled for it to be blended.

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2021 Sipdown #9

This one is a sad sipdown! I have really enjoyed this tea and hope to find something like it! This particular cup was a lot heavier on the vanilla than the previous ones, and not quite as much lavender. Either way, au revoir, you will be missed!

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Sip down 2.
Added some milk this time around. The vanilla/whipped aspect is much more pronounced, which I’m really loving. The lavender is still quite strong, which I also love. Overall an absolutely delicious earl grey, and one I’m sad to see go.

Flavors: Bergamot, Cake, Cream, Creamy, Lavender, Vanilla

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52 Teas 12 Teas of Christmas – Day 6

Leave it to Anne to make a Lavender Earl Grey sound appealing. The Vanilla Whipped was calling me. And this smells awesome!! Like I want it as a perfume or a candle or something. However, in taste its lavender forward which is not for me. One of my best friends informed me she loves Lavender Earl Greys though so I know the perfect place to send this.

Mastress Alita

I really hope there is at least more of this one around come the 26th. I stopped getting the advents cause they are so banana-heavy, and I dunno how many of the teas will actually “go public” (seems like last year very few did), but I am such a Lavender EG fiend…

52Teas

@Mastress Alita: There should be a few of this one on the 28th (I pushed the date back by a couple of days to make sure that I have time to get everyone who ordered the box taken care of first and take the time to take inventory) – a few of the others may not be in stock but I did make a little extra of this one because I too am a fan of Lavender Earl Grey (and I really, really like the bergamot I use!)

Mastress Alita

If it is the same bergamot that is in Foggy Coconut, I’m already excited!

52Teas

It is. It took me a lot of trial and error to finally find a bergamot that didn’t come off tasting like bubble gum or soap. (Or soapy bubble gum.) When I finally released the Myrtle’s Tea House tea – it was after a lot of months of taste testing to finally find the right stuff.

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Cold Brew Sipdown (1334)!

This was a January sipdown – I’m just a bit behind on my tasting notes.

I steeped this one in a 75/25 mix of water and coconut milk, and it was pretty good. It’s hard to say if this was because of the coconut milk or just the prep method change up, but I actually liked it less cold brewed than I did hot – it didn’t seem richer/creamier, which was my expectation. It was still delicious with silky vanilla notes and a fresh lavender taste but the bergamot was almost “brassier” tasting in a way. I think I would have been better off trying this last portion hot with the coconut milk instead of cold.

Oh well – you live and you learn, right?

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