(duplicate) Cream Earl Grey Moonlight

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Bergamot, Creamy
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Loose Leaf
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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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Our Cream Earl Grey Moonlight tea really is something special! A premium blend of top quality ingredients directly sourced from traditional tea growers provide a heady and aromatic brew that is sure to put a smile on your face.

Organic bio-dynamically farmed high-grown estate black tea from Sri Lanka provides the perfect base and body for a well-balanced and perfectly complementary blend of natural flavors and aromas. Organic oil of bergamot enhances the infusion of the tea, and is swirled and lifted seamlessly by the addition of light and delicate organic cornflowers and natural flavors. Providing a distinctive citrussy body with just a hint of French vanilla on the finish, our Cream Earl Grey Moonlight offers a rich and robust Earl Grey experience, lightened and lifted by mellow cream and floral notes. Simply delicious!

Ingredients: Organic and Biodynamic Black Loose Leaf Tea, Organic Cornflowers, Organic Oil of Bergamot, Natural Flavors

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Yes, very similar to the DTs one, but this seems to me to have more vanilla cream going on, almost that of a good milk oolong. Here, the bergamot is toned down too, which is another plus. I truly dislike bergamot screeching harshly in my cup. I may prefer this over the DTs version .

And as the cup cools, I can see this blend growing on me.

Suspect that it will be over the top delicious with milk or cream.

When I moved here, this was a residential neighbourhood with low rise small businesses and familiar faces. Condo world has moved in and land is being bought up and buildings gutted. I hear fresh construction and new excavation equipment hammering away at the ground next door. Now what, now what. Ugh.

Need tea.


Does it drown out the wailing toddler? :/


I live on an estate that’s in the process of being built, shall we say, and the builders start before 6am every day. Even Sunday. I feel your pain.

Evol Ving Ness


It’s a matter of quality of sound. The wailing toddler is a high pitched screeching while the construction currently is a rumbling clash thrash crash bang booming. So, no.


Oh dear that’s terrible :(

Evol Ving Ness

hahaha, well, and then there are random cellphone noises at the crack of dawn and the rumbling of the garbage carts being taken out in the middle of the night and doors slammed and so on. Perhaps. in part, this is the price of living in the city. In addition to having inconsiderate neighbours.

Having said that, I had been blessed with extremely lovely neighbours for years and years and years so there’s that.


Same. Our neighbours two doors down have been awful, but otherwise we have amazingly fabulous people around. Yin and Yang I suppose!

Living in the ‘burbs, we do get some noise from reno projects and such. oh and the coyotes/racoons are nasty too. What I wouldn’t do for a nice quiet nap right now…

Evol Ving Ness

Ah, sweet naps… I remember those fondly.


Yes, those were the days. Is it wrong that I daydream about napping?

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50 tasting notes

Creamy. A lot like the same from DAVID’s tea.

Flavors: Bergamot, Creamy

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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