This one puzzles me a bit. I think I can sense some good flavor, but it seems quite thin. I can still taste the water through the tea, which is unusual for an earl grey. I tried steeping longer, and that added more body, but not really more flavor.
“This one puzzles me a bit. I think I can sense some good flavor, but it seems quite thin. I can still taste the water through the tea, which is unusual for an earl grey. I tried steeping longer,...” Read full tasting note
“just ordinary earl grey, basic, good flavor but in my experience, it was much better to drink it in straight without milk or sugar..” Read full tasting note
Ronnefeldt Earl Grey tea is a fine summer plucking from the Himalayas is delicious with the typical bouquet of Earl Grey. Earl Grey tea is produced in West Bengal, high in the foothills of the Himalayas. Known as the ‘champagne of teas’ on account of its exquisite quality, this Classic Earl Grey tea offers a variety of tastes and aromas. This attractive teabag is packaged in a sachet made of eco-friendly film that seals fragrance and flavour in and moisture out. These teas can retain the fine nuances nature endowed it with. The filter paper is large-pored so the leaves are completely immersed and the string is knotted without any metal clips. These are all Ronnefeldt benefits – alongside the many different varieties – that you can profit from. Production time for Ronnefeldt black teas is 20–24 hours; this is three times longer than the mechanical CTC (crush, tear, curl) method. Less than one third of the world’s teas are produced by the orthodox method.
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