I received this as a sample when I purchased teaware from The Tea Makers of London, and I think it’s the first Darjeeling EG I’ve tried. In theory, I don’t know why it’s not done more often – the citrus notes of the bergamot surely complement the floral and citrus notes in a Darj. In practice, it’s not quite what I was expecting. There are huge chunks of bergamot rind in the leaf, and I was expecting a powerful citrus punch, but it’s so subtle that it meshes seamlessly with the Darjeeling and the overall impression is of a naturally perfumed tea that you almost can’t tell has additives. That’s not a bad thing – in fact I’d say this tea has been blended very well – but it’s not what I was expecting when I brewed it up.