Baker Street Blend

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  • “Let it never be said that I am not susceptible to marketing. I am a huge fan of Sherlock Homes, so when I see a Baker Street Blend, well, it’s almost a foregone conclusion that I am going to get...” Read full tasting note

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The rhythmic scratch of a quill pen, a leather wingback’s embrace, crumbs to follow, and a humming violin.

This Early Grey blend incorporates comforting vanilla and cream to help soften the traditional citrus notes of your everyday Earl Grey. Sipping while wearing a deerstalker hat is optional.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Orange, Blue Cornflowers, Natural Vanilla Flavour, Natural Bergamot Flavour, Natural Creme Flavour

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Let it never be said that I am not susceptible to marketing. I am a huge fan of Sherlock Homes, so when I see a Baker Street Blend, well, it’s almost a foregone conclusion that I am going to get it.
This is an Earl Grey cream blend, and its lighter on the vanilla that I would wish. I may have been inattentive in my steeping, though, so I will watch my next cup of this more carefully, so I can better judge.

gmathis

Hmm…I don’t normally associate Sherlock with Earl Grey, but truthfully I’ve read more spinoff novels than the original canon. Wonder if Conan Doyle mentioned his cup of choice.

ashmanra

This just made me remember Baker Street from Upton. That was a good tea!

Rosehips

You know, I don’t think about Earl Grey for Sherlock Holmes either. I always think of something maltier, or more like a breakfast blend.

gmathis

This conversation must have affected me subliminally…I got to spend a lovely hour at my favorite used bookstore yesterday and lo and behold, a copy of this just jumped into the bag: https://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Peculiar-Protocols-Adapted-Journals/dp/1250228956 Not an author I’m familiar with—we’ll see!

ashmanra

A couple of websites say that Sherlock is known to prefer Lapsang, but another website says that he and Watson drink mostly coffee and the tea they drink is never specified. It would be interesting to see if Lapsang IS ever specifically mentioned.

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