Lady Grey White Tea

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The mighty Earl Grey Tea gets a more gracious, feminine twist in this hand-crafted blend. This is not the story of Charles Grey’s wife Lady Grey, but perhaps a plucky younger sister you have never heard of before. Lady Earl White Tea features real Bergamot Oil on lush Peony White Tea with hints of lavender and pink rose petals. In perfect balance, the flavors allow the delicate white tea to come through while the subtle flavor of white tea allows you to truly taste every lovely note in this fine blend. Soft lavender adds a floral, slightly sweet accent, while rose petals add youth to the tea and brightness to the cup. Unlike its more virile fraternal counter-part, Lady Earl White is not as heavy on the Bergamot Oil – but do not fear, there is still more than enough flavor to satisfy even the most insatiable Earl Grey fans. Graceful and charming, yet tenacious and fierce, Lady Earl White is the perfect embodiment of our fictional sister of Charles Grey. She laughs at her brother and his old-fashioned tea. Sipping her cup with a wry smile, she wonders if any men are confident enough to try a tea called “Lady Earl White,” or will she only be sharing her new passion with her sisters?

Made with 100% real Italian bergamot oil

This tea is sold loose leaf, meaning it will not arrive packed in individual tea bags.

Ingredients: Peony white tea, 100% real oil of bergamot, rose petals, lavender

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Friends, it is time for a change, specifically a hair change. Yesterday was root day (aka the day I hide it from the world that I am naturally a blonde) and I realized I needed to touch up my blue tips. Sadly I also realized I was out of blue dye, so I thought…why not change things up a bit? I went to the store to get bleach and some purple and later today I will have purple tips instead of blue. Maybe. Last time I went purple it was not the best choice, but I think since it will be the tips rather than my whole head it will look pretty cool.

Today I am taking a break from my usual gongfoolery to try an Earl Grey variant from CuriosiTea, Lady Earl White Tea. A Blend of Bai Mu Dan, Bergamot Oil. Rose Petals and Lavender. I like my Earls with lavender, I love roses, and am quite fond of Bai Mu Dan so I thought this would be a take on an Earl I like…since usually, I am not a fan of straight up Earl Greys. The aroma of the leaves is quite potent, not really getting much of the white tea, roses, or lavender, just a small explosion of bergamot…this made Ben happy because he loves his bergamot super strong. After this initial citrus burst, undertones of roses pop up, though they are faint next to the powerhouse that is the bergamot.

Into the steeping apparatus the leaves and petals go for their soak, the aroma of bergamot pretty quickly escapes the steeper and wafts around my desk like an orange wave, it is very refreshing. There are notes of roses and wet have in the wet leaves, along with bergamot of course, though the promised lavender has not popped up quite yet. The liquid is a double blend of roses and bergamot with a slight underlying sweetness of honey from the white tea.

Well, if tasting this tea were a battle (I have been reading about European history in the 10-1200s and there are a lot of battles, it is on my mind) I would say hands down the bergamot wins. It is very decisive, I did not really taste anything else until the aftertaste of gentle roses and very distant lavender. Sadly I do not really taste the white tea base, it is totally overshadowed by the bergamot, which is a little sad since I think these flavors together could work well if it were toned down just a bit, Ben, who is well known for being Der Erlkonig felt the same way, really liked the strength of the bergamot but wish the base was stronger or the bergamot were weaker so that the base stood out more. I did give this to my housemate who I am corrupting into the ways of fine loose leaf tea and who was craving an Earl and she liked it, so I am perfectly willing to say this would be a fine introductory tea and that Ben and I are just too picky after all these years!

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maybe just blending it with a quarter standard bai mu dan would work

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