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“Tea, Earl Grey. Hot.”

published 03/01/2002

Advantagesquite an unusual taste

Disadvantagesnot to be made too strong.

...I have to admit that Star trek provided my first contact (scuse the pun) with Earl Grey tea. Sad, isn't it? Captain Jean-Luc Picard drinks his, as in the title, and I just succumbed to the subliminal messages and tried some. I was pleasantly surprised. Earl Grey is a tea flavoured with bergamot, a perfume. Not everyone gets along with this, but as far as can tell, the trick is to drink your...

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AdvantagesLovely aroma, decent value, makes a nice change


...Why did I buy this product? I bought this product after my brother decided he likes Earl Grey tea better than "normal" (black) tea and I wanted to keep some in. However I do enjoy it myself as well, I drink it from time to time, and have a cup in front of me now as I type. Twinings actually do a range of Earl Grey products, for example they have ones flavoured with lavender, jasmine...

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“Tea Fit For An Earl”

published 10/09/2003

AdvantagesFeeling Earl (or Countess) like when drinking it, lovely delicate flavour

DisadvantagesA little bit expensive

...remaining on the supermarket shelf rather than whizzing to my house in the chauffer-driven limousine (oh okay then, the Tesco.com van) every week. So is Twinings Earl Grey just another flirtation? In a word, no! My 100 Twinings Earl Grey tea bags is the one box that even the Clipper tea has to budge up and share its shelf space (and my affections) with on a regular basis. So Why is it Called Earl Grey...

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