Tea Review – TasTea – Earl Grey

Tea Selection: Earl Grey

Company Name: Tas Tea Blends

Location: Matthews, NC

 

Tea Company Comments taken from their webpage:

Our goal is simple. To offer you a unique assortment of gourmet teas that will take your tea service to a whole new level. We only offer the highest quality teas, with a wide range of sensational flavors.

Inspired by the heritage of tea, and motivated by endless possibilities, we proudly present a lifestyle experience within the world of tea. Indulge, relax, and revive your senses with our unique and luscious flavors, or simply savor the quality of our classic blends. With each delicious blend, benefit from the powerful antioxidants and healthy attributes of our full leaf teas.

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Personally:

I love tea and that’s not an understatement! I love new and original and after tasting so many teas there is a line that is drawn between good, great and inspiring. I love inspiring teas, they have to be natural and they have to taste good, represent their name and taste like it. There is nothing wrong with a hearty tea as well with abundance of ingredients. TasTea introduces a fine line of unique teas that are not just thrown together but you can see the thought process that went into make the blends. I appreciate that and I think you will as well.

 

Read more about Tastea Blends on their website: Tastea Blends.

 

INGREDIENTS:

Black Assam Tea

Cornflower Petal

Bergamot

Natural Flavoring

 

COSTS: $11.00

Price may vary according to the amount purchased.

 

REVIEW

Prior to brew: This tea has a very citrus scent, we’ve learned that scent does not always describe taste after brewing.

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Brewed: Once brewed this tea is a Golden Amber hue.

 

Scent: The scent is that of a typical Earl Grey yet, more of a citrus scent then most.

 

Flavor: This is a well blended tea and leans heavily on a strong pretense of bergamot with a slight sour/bitter taste on the tongue.

 

Sentiments: There is nothing like an Earl Grey, the classic of teas and it can’t be blended with too many other things or you loose the Earl Grey flavor that everyone is looking for: the mix between Bergamot and Black tea, in this case Black Assam.

 

My Tea Vault score values of 1-10 (10 being the best): “7”.

 

Till next Tea….

Pinkies up!

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