Pandan French Earl Grey

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Black Herbal Blend
Bergamot, Black Tea, Blue Cornflowers, Natural Flavours
Bergamot, Custard, Earl Grey, Vanilla
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Pandan French Earl grey is a collaborative blend of the French-Singapore culture and taste. We are delighted to present to you this unique tea blend, created exclusively by Le Club Singapore x ETTE TEA.

Pandan-French Earl grey is a black tea with bergamot, blue cornflower, pandan leaves & natural flavouring.

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15929 tasting notes

Cold brewed latte (made with oat milk)!

I’ve been on a pandan tea kick for a little while now, and this Pandan French Earl Grey is probably my newest obsession! I love how much the creamy and almost coconut like flavour compliments the bergamot – it’s like a further elevation and twist on a classic Earl Grey Creme! Only criticism is that if you let it steep too long the bergamot almost gets this sharp metallic/mineral edge. Not unpleasant enough to ruin the tea; but distracting…

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1810 tasting notes

Sipdown 117-2021
The second to last of the Ette samples from Dustin. Very glad to have been able to try all of these blends.
The bergamot is definitely at the forefront, with just a touch of pandan in the aftertaste.

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April Sipdown Alphabet Challenge: “P” Tea
This Sample kindly came from Dustin

I really liked this one! It’s a really yummy earl grey. I don’t know what Pandan tastes like but I think it adds some sweetness in this tea. The bergamot is lovely and the sweetness almost adds a vanilla custard note as well. I need to get my hands on some more Ette Tea at some point. Though I’m not sure how since they never got back to me about shipping to the U.S. I ended up re-steeping my cup of this.

Flavors: Bergamot, Custard, Earl Grey, Vanilla

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1714 tasting notes

I love pandan, so I ordered what I suspect was nearly every tea with pandan that Ette has. There is a layered sweet that I was introduced to when I was living in Australia that was sweet coconut sticky rice on the bottom and green pandan pudding/jelly on the top. It was so good! I found a pandan pudding powder at some random market in San Francisco and have made the sweet at home a few times now. I also have a pandan house plant in my living room! All that pandan love and I still have a hard time picking out the flavor when it is subtle.

When steeped the bergamot comes out super strong. EG all the way, although I’m not sure what makes and EG French. If I’m focusing really hard I can smell a softness behind the berg that is the pandan, but it’s very light. I feel like I get the same thing in flavor. Strong EG, light almost ghost like pandan. I usually like to add creamer to my EGs, but I haven’t found the perfect replacement creamer for my favorite and I’m not willing to ruin another good cup of tea with plastic flavored almond creamer. Luckily the berg isn’t at nuclear level strength. Looking forward to playing with the steeping temps and seeing if I can get more pandan out of this tea!

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Are you looking for a vegan/dairy-free creamer?

Martin Bednář

I had to search what pandan is and how it supposed to taste like. Seems like interesting ingredient!

Mastress Alita

Me too, Martin. We have very simple, uncultured palates out here in podunk Idaho.


I am, Courtney. Trader Joe’s is having sourcing issues for their soy creamer which was my go to. I think it may have been from Wildwood or Organic Valley because the ingredients are the same and they are also not in stock anywhere. I recently bought eight other non dairy creamers to find the perfect substitute and I hate all of them for various reasons.

Pandan is a very Indonesian type flavor. I think a lot of people are unfamiliar with it.


Oh no! I am in Canada, so the options are probably less, but I understand your pain. I generally only use creamer in coffee and a milk substitute in tea, but for creamers I go between Elmhurt Oat Creamer and Califia Farms Unsweetened Better Half. I have also had success with Silk Original Coconut Creamer. It’s entirely possibly you’ve already made your way through these, but I thought I’d comment just in case!

Martin Bednář

I am pretty much sure that Pandan is unfamiliar flavor! I never heard of it and I consider myself quite interested in other cuisines!

I found only one shop in Czech Republic selling it, but pure pandan and pricey!


I’ve tried the Califia and Silk, but not the Elmhurt. I’ll have to keep an eye out for it!

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