Note; I am heavily biased in favor of this tea, since it introduced me to loose-leaf and specialty teas a few years ago.
That being said, this is not the strongest or most bergamot-forward Earl Grey that you’ll find out there. I personally find this to be an extremely well-balanced version of this classic blend, not overpoweringly strong, but with still enough body and lingering finish to be well worth the taste. This is about the strongest Earl Grey I enjoy drinking straight without milk or sugar, but it’s also around here where those additions start to shine.
This tea also makes for a decent cold brew during the summer – the more citrus-y and lemongrass flavors end up a bit tempered through the extended brewing time, giving it a sweeter, even rounder taste. However, I do like the sharpness and slightly angular flavor of the warm brew. As with all tea, experimentation can help you find a good comfort zone.
Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus, Lemongrass, Wood