The lavender in this blend is way too strong and overwhelming. I wish I could taste more of the vanilla… It’s unfortunate, because Lavender London Fog had so much potential.
Flavors: Floral, Lavender
“The lavender in this blend is way too strong and overwhelming. I wish I could taste more of the vanilla… It’s unfortunate, because Lavender London Fog had so much potential.” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown 7/32 Made an intensely strong cup of this so that I could sip it down. It’s fine. As with all of Deb’s lavender blends- the lavender here is strong.” Read full tasting note
“I really, really wanted to like this one, but it seems that the bergamot Deb uses does not work for me. It tastes wrong, and I don’t know why, but I dislike it. I initially thought it was the...” Read full tasting note
The world of Earl Grey knows no bounds and with an ever-growing catalogue, Dessert by Deb introduces the 5th dessert-inspired one to the collection! The classic London Fog latte meets floral sweetness in this blend of bright bergamot, vanilla, cream, and lavender for a twist on a beloved cafe and afternoon tea favourite and with a sprinkling of vibrant blue and purple petals it’s a feast for the tastebuds and eyes!
Organic Ingredients: Black Tea, Natural Bergamot, Vanilla, Lavender, Natural Cream Flavour, Mallow Flowers, Blue Cornflower Petals
Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.
Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 212F for 4-6 mins enjoy as a latte/with milk!
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I really, really wanted to like this one, but it seems that the bergamot Deb uses does not work for me. It tastes wrong, and I don’t know why, but I dislike it. I initially thought it was the lavender that was rubbing me the wrong way, but after multiple other lavender blends, some of which I have thoroughly enjoyed, it’s clear that it’s the bergamot. Does anyone else have this same issue? It tastes to me like a different flavouring that is sometimes used as perfume, which I thoroughly hate. (Sidenote, I believe this flavour is also present in DavidsTea’s Serenity Now, and is one of the reasons that I prefer that tea when it’s well-aged – but there are also many other flavours in there so it’s not dominant.)