Earl Grey tea

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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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Brewing Instructions: For the perfect cup of tea, place one Rituals® Tea Bag into an 8 oz. cup of boiling water and steep for three minutes. Adjust brewing time to suit your taste. Delicious without sweetening.
— from the back of the tea bag

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772 tasting notes

Was served this tea at a restaurant that apparently discontinued tea on their menu a while ago. Nice of the waitress to give it to me with no charge but after tasting it, I figured it must have been quite old. There was no real taste to it. If the other tasting note here is any indication age must have turned a mild ea to a really weak one. I couldn’t taste any bergamot at all. Not going to rate this because I suspect it tastes very different than I got.


Bagged tea? If so, it’s tea dust anyway and people pay too much for a one-shot tea. Buy loose leaf that most times can be resteeped 2-3 times or more. Use a finum steeper not a teaball for a single mug or a mug with an insert. I hate blah tea too!

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92 tasting notes

This tea is also served in the cafeteria/4 North in Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage. I’m actually really surprised with this tea — I usually find Earl Grey teas to be rather unbalanced and tend to be too cloying and “sticky,” but this tea is really mild and refreshing. The black tea is strong enough that it’s quenching, but the bergamot isn’t over-the-top. My preference will always be a regular black tea over Earl Grey, but I wouldn’t mind having this again — but only in a ceramic mug (all I can use here in the med/surg unit is styrofoam, and it’s lame).

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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737 tasting notes

Had this at a company event tonight, in lieu of coffee. It’s utterly unremarkable.


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