Easter Earl Grey

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “(DavidsTea 2022: 94) Bought some of this during one of the last sales, hoping I’d like it – and I think I do. It’s creamy and lemony, with a lovely aroma. It initially reminded me of Lime Gelato,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Why hello new Easter tea! For once it actually feels like it’s been a minute or two since a new tea was released – and definitely quite a while since DT has actually released a seasonal blend...” Read full tasting note

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An Easter Earl Grey? What an egg-cellent idea! Put a hop in your step with this deliciously cute blend of bright lemon curd, sweet white chocolate and a hint of bergamot. A perfectly vibrant blend for your Easter traditions, no matter what they are. Finish your Easter egg hunt in your cup—we’ve added mini egg-shaped sprinkles to keep the magic alive.

What makes it great:

This Easter blend has been in the works for years! We finally nailed the perfect lemon tart tea that’s, well, not too tart!

This tea is low in caffeine, about as much as a chocolate bar! Perfect for post-egg hunt sipping.

Little egg-shaped sprinkles keep the holiday fun alive for all to enjoy.

Apple, Yellow sugar sprinkle (sugar, rice flour, cocoa butter, potato starch, riboflavin, natural flavouring), Hibiscus, Pineapple (pineapple, sugar), Sweet blackberry leaf, Lemon myrtle, Candied melon (melon, sucrose, citric acid), White chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, sunflower lecithin), Sugar, Lemon peel, Orange peel, Natural (cacao, cream, lemon) flavouring, Cornflower petal, Sunflower petal, Red cornflower petal, Bergamot oil, Lime oil, Vanilla

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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(DavidsTea 2022: 94)

Bought some of this during one of the last sales, hoping I’d like it – and I think I do. It’s creamy and lemony, with a lovely aroma. It initially reminded me of Lime Gelato, though I still prefer that tea. I did oversteep it the first time, and it brought out a bit of bitterness that I wasn’t a fan of; I’m trying to figure out how to avoid that in the future.

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Why hello new Easter tea! For once it actually feels like it’s been a minute or two since a new tea was released – and definitely quite a while since DT has actually released a seasonal blend specifically for Easter…

I have to say that I like this blend a lot. It’s something that’s kind of been kicking around in one form or another since I first started at the head office (and definitely well before that too) so it’s kind of been a long wait, for me at least, to see it finally find a home in the assortment – even if it is only seasonally.

I guess the first thing I would want to acknowledge is that if you’re interested in this blend because you see “Earl Grey” in the name that you definitely shouldn’t assume that the tea is going to taste like a classic Earl Grey. It does have bergamot in the blend and that lends a really nice aromatic and complex taste to compliment the other citrus flavours in the tea, but I personally think of this blend as more of a decadent fruity tisane/herbal tea over a conventional Earl Grey. In that sense, it’s probably pretty perfect for people who (like myself) don’t really love Earl Grey but aren’t totally turned off by the taste of bergamot either.

What I think is maybe a more apt description of the taste is a sweet and bright/lively lemon curd style of flavour with just a hint of lime – similar to the lemon filling you would taste in a Merengue Pie or a tart. It’s got a little pucker to it, but nothing aggressive. Alongside this sunny lemony flavour is a hint of hibiscus and a pleasant creaminess from the white chocolate. I wouldn’t personally say that the taste of the white chocolate is strong, but it’s definitely there and noticeable and I think it would with this style of lemon curd type of flavour.

Though you unfortunately cannot latte this blend because of all the citrus and acidity from the hibiscus, I’ve had it in a variety of ways at this point. It’s quite lovely hot, but I actually enjoy it the most both iced and cold brewed. Especially cold brewed. It’s very refreshing and feels both flavourful but still pretty light and bright!

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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