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Pure Ceylon Black tea (BOP 1) · Bergamont oil · Natural vanilla extract · Cornflower petals
Loose leaf · From Dimbulla region
Tucked away in a secret part of the Ratnapura district in Sri Lanka lies a hidden low land treasure that supports the growth of delectable, high grown black tea. Hand-selected to achieve the highest level of flavour protection and quality, this tea is then blended with the traditional flavouring of the Earl Grey – bergamot oil. Further enhancing these flavours, we’ve added sweet vanilla to create the perfect dessert tea. Reaching a dazzling light copper when fully brewed, this tea will entice you with its sweet, lemon, and floral notes. Pair this with your favourite cakes or simply enjoy its sweetness as a dessert in and of itself.
AromaCitrusy note with a hint of rose
TasteSweet, citrusy with hints of floral
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I am a relatively new to drinking tea and have been trying different brands. I stumbled across teakruthi and could not be happier. Everything from the packaging to the flavor is demonstrative of quality and care.
This is a lovely tea and I enjoyed drinking it very much!!! Thank you, Meredith Shields
I love bergamot and prefer a really strong bergamot flavor for my earl greys. My first sip left me longing for more bergamot, but the second sip was pure bliss. There's a mellow,sweet vanilla flavor that blends really well with a slight citrusy lemon flavor and both go well with the normal earl grey flavor. While skeptical at first I bacame an instant fan of this tea.
I was all in for a vanilla Earl Grey! There seems to be many flower petals here... maybe too many... certainly more flower petals in my sample than the photo. I do like my Earls brisk, and this Ceylon may be a little too light for my tastes, even with closer to two teaspoons. I have certainly had worse bergamot teas, but this one seems more like lemon. Sadly, not much noticeable vanilla in the fragrance or flavor. As the tea cools, it is more of a smoky flavor somehow, with the bergamot turning to a lemon rind sort of flavor. Somehow the tea and lemon are stronger, when the cup is cold? But not astringent. The second steep is stronger and more to my tastes. Earl Greys are difficult to please, as well as vanilla teas, so with the added difficulty of both of these types of difficult to make perfect for me, this one is tough to love. It's not a bad cup, anyhow! Steep #1 // 1 3/4 teaspoons for a full mug // 14 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep Steep #2 // just boiled // 3-4 minute steep
great smell and taste
1 tsp (2.3g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Near boil at 95-100 C (203-212 F)
3 to 5 minutes, up to 3 times
Drink plain; add milk