Earl's Sugar Cookie

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Bergamot, Brown Sugar, Cream, Maple
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Earl, meet Sugar Cookie. A cookie party isn’t complete without a sweet and buttery sugar cookie the same way a tea party isn’t the same with a great Earl Grey on the menu. A classic meets a classic in this delicious sweet black tea blend of bergamot, maple, and cinnamon with a touch brown sugar and pretty pink cornflower petal “sprinkles” for that extra dash of special, fancy, and pizzazz!

Certified organic ingredients: Black Tea, Natural Bergamot, Canadian Maple, Coconut, Cinnamon, Brown Sugar, Pink Cornflowers

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada

Steeping instructions: 2 teaspoons at 212F for 4-6 mins

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First Impression: This is a beautiful tea! The pink cornflowers and golden maple flakes really give it a festive holiday cookie vibe! This also smells strongly of bergamot, but in like a refreshing way. It differs from Deb’s earl grey tea cake, which although I enjoyed, it had a strange smell to; I think this was because the bergamot was mixed with lavender? But earl’s sugar cookie smells very inviting.

Taste: I made a latte out of this! I will say that it does not need any sugar, and I say that as someone who has a total sweet tooth. Not that this is overtly sweet by any means. But it really lives up to its sugar cookie name. I am not sure if the creaminess factor is coming from the milk or the coconut? But this definitely has a cookie-like feeling to it. My only qualm is not steeping this for longer!

I will definitely be repurchasing this one! I think it is one of my favourites from Deb’s new collection! :)

Flavors: Bergamot, Brown Sugar, Cream, Maple

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This tea immediately appealed to my inner sugar cookie fiend. I also love Earl Grey, so that was a bonus.

First and foremost, Deb uses a very solid Earl Grey base. The bergamot essence is always incredibly fragrant and undeniable whenever it’s used in a blend. In the case of Earl’s Sugar Cookie, the flavour is predominantly Earl Grey, which is to be as expected. The coconut appears towards the end, contributing a creamy, almost buttery mouthfeel that helps reinforce the idea of cookies. Personally, I would say it feels more in line with shortbread cookies as opposed to sugar cookies, but the flavour is enjoyable just the same.

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How did you like this one, Antonia? I might request this as a sample! :)

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