Smooth Earl from Compass Teas

Tea Type: Black Tea

Where To Buy: Compass Teas

Product Description:

This classic black Earl Grey tea is accented with warm cream and vanilla notes.
Serving Suggestion: Perfect as is, but also delicious with Sugar Gems (and possibly a dash of milk if you like).

3 oz = approximately 40 cups of Gourmet Tea

Ingredients:

Black tea- Antioxidant rich, helps keep body hydrated, can help reduce your daily calorie intake which leads to weight loss
Blue mallow blossoms- Beautiful accent color
Bergamot flavoring- Delicious citrusy flavor usually associated with the popular Earl Grey tea blend
Cream & Vanilla flavoring- Soothing, mellowing flavor

Tasters Review:

Earl…you are one SMOOTH dude!  Has anyone ever told you that?  Well, I’ll say it right here and right now…you ARE smooth and live up to your name!

This is a very creamy/vanilla-scented Earl Grey. I always look for twists on earl greys because I like to see how different they can be but still be classified as an earl grey. I know there are some people out there that stand by the phrase “Leave My Earl Alone” but not me…I love the variety, love the creativeness, and love the uniqueness!

The aroma is delightful! I can smell the Black tea, bergamot, creame, vanilla – in that order!

The taste is VERY creamy! The cream and vanilla both tone down the bergamot and I really like this.  I have had a lot of Earl Grey’s that overdue it with the bergamot or use a really funky bergamot flavoring and it tends to be bitter or leave a strange or bitter or even chemical aftertaste. Not this one! This is pretty darn good right here! VERY smooth…darn near the smoothest tea I have ever had. Some may say the bergamot isn’t strong enough – if you are ‘the more the merrier’ type – but I really like the way this one plays out!

If Smooth Earl isn’t the talk of the town in your neck of the woods – it should be – spread the word!

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One Response to “Smooth Earl from Compass Teas”

  1. liberteas Says:

    Great Review! I love Earl Grey… and I love the variations too. Well, most of them! This is one that I look forward to trying.


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