Tea: Earl Grey

An Earl Grey Tea from Twinings

Picture of Earl Grey
Style:Earl Grey Tea
# Ratings:42 View All
Product page:Earl Grey

Review of Earl Grey

6 of 105 of 53 of 555 of 100

Honestly speaking, this was one of the brands I was introduced to after having finally moved from your typical, go to cheap teas (y'know, the luzianne brand people make in gallons) I was really interested in the taste. It's bold- enough for some that aren't used to this kind of tea like myself to be put off at first- but it also really aces the citrus taste. I don't usually add more than some sugar to it, but it works well in whatever form you want it to be in, making for both a flexible, and flavorful tea. Now, the Aroma isn't particularly noteworthy in my opinion- having tried other earl greys and not seeing a particularly large difference, but it's still relatively pleasant. I'd definitely suggest this to someone who hasn't tried more high quality teas to introduce themselves to the more well made side of the industry.

Add your own review


Alex Zorach wrote:
on July 2nd, 2017

Haha I like how you describe this, and I think there are probably a lot of people for whom this is true...it's often one of the first teas that people turn to when they move away from those generic, low-quality tea bags and start actually paying attention to flavor.

Welcome to RateTea too, and thank you for your first few reviews, I look forward to reading more! Please don't hesitate to get in touch (the site's contact form goes right to my email) if you have any questions about the site or about tea!

Login or Sign Up to comment or reply.