Wissotzky Earl Grey

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This is a blend of the choicest black tea perfumed with the fragrance of Bergamot.
The Bergamot is a citrus fruit and from its peel an aromatic oil is produced which provides the marvelous taste and aroma of Earl Grey Tea. The tea is named after the British Earl Charles Grey who was the first person to mix this tea.

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I am re-visiting this one, because I was walking downstairs to make tea, hadn’t decided on what, and the smells in the air were mixing, somehow, someway, to remind me of Earl Grey. And I immediately was like, “I have to have Earl Grey!”

However, this Earl Grey has a twist to it, this time! For my 18th birthday party in April, I had a nice sized tea party, and we went all out. We also had coffee there, for my coffee loving friends (and me, since I can do coffee every once in a while) and my mother bought a lot of coffee creamers, all with a certain flavor. Well, I have been using some in my regular black teas, and they are all great.

But we have some mini Almond Joy creamers, and I put some in this Earl Grey, and OH MY GOOD GRACIOUS IT IS AMAZING!! Of course, you have to like slight almond, and lots of coconut. Best part is, even though the coconut is very strong in this cup (I’m using a teacup, so small oz size, anyway) you can still taste the Earl Grey. It’s a very sweet, smooth mix and I am really happy with it! :-)

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My mom picked a box of this up for me in Israel recently. And it’s actually pretty good for a bagged Earl Grey! The bergamot’s quite strong, which is a plus for me, and the base has a nice hint of smoke. The tea part of this tea could be a bit more pronounced, but I can live with that. It doesn’t measure up to my current favorite EG (Lupicia’s), but I wouldn’t expect it to. This will be good to have around for times when loose leaf’s just not feasible, definitely.

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My sister got me truffles from the Golden Apple not too long ago and since one of them was an Earl Grey truffle, I decided to brew up this tea to see how the two compared. See the comparison here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/05/18/earl-grey-tea-from-wissotzky-tea/

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i got a bag of this in a post swap. having it with my lunch, it’s very good :)

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