Organic Earl Grey Tea from Delicious Sip

Org Earl GreyTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy:  Delicious Sip

Tea Description:

One of our most popular teas and for good reason, it’s the go to classic that is always in style. Our bergamot infused Organic Earl Grey has a unique aroma that beckons for just one more sip.

This heavenly black tea is a treat that can be enjoyed anytime of the day and has been hailed by many as the “best they’ve ever had.” We invite you to treat yourself to a cup or two and decide for yourself. We think you’re going to be pleasantly surprised.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Well, I don’t know that I’ll hail this Organic Earl Grey Tea from Delicious Sip as the best I’ve ever had.  Then again, I’ve had a LOT of different Earl Grey teas and so there’s quite a bit of competition for that number 1 spot.  But I will say this:  It IS a really wonderful Earl Grey!

Whenever I’m about to brew a new-to-me Earl Grey tea, the first thing I’ve got to do is smell the dry leaf.  Do I smell that bergamot?  Yep!  I can smell that distinctive bergamot essence, and it’s strong with this blend without being an overwhelming scent.  It smells lovely, it smells like bergamot, and it’s a powerful aroma without smelling so strong that I’m worried that it’s been overdone.  The brewed tea has a much softer fragrance.  The bergamot is still distinctive and I can smell notes of the rich black tea base as well.

The flavor is is divine!  The black tea base is a rich, full-flavored black tea.  There is a fair amount of astringency to the cup.  It’s earthy, strong and has a light undertone of sweetness that complements the tangy bergamot flavor.  The bergamot has a tart, citrus-y note to it, with whispers of floral notes that weave their way in and out of the sip.

The sip starts out with a sweet note.  As the sip progresses, the rich, robust black tea flavor washes over the palate.  Shortly thereafter, I start to pick up on that unmistakable bergamot flavor:  exotic and citrus-y, tangy, and just a hint of sweetness.  The bergamot lingers into the finish.  The finish is dry and I can feel a slight puckering on the inside of my cheeks from the astringency.  The aftertaste sort of tingles on the tongue the same way as a tart, citrus drink might tingle.

A very enjoyable Earl Grey.  I’m very happy that I got to try it, and if you’re a fan of Earl Grey teas like I am, I’d recommend you trying it as well, you might just find a new favorite to add to your tea collection!

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