Twinings Earl Grey Tea, K-Cup Portion Pack for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, 24-Count

December 18, 2013 - Comment

In 1706 Thomas Twining started selling fine tea in England. Today, Twinings travels thousands of miles through exotic green tea gardens across many continents to capture the best possible teas and flavors. With expert blending, Twinings creates the richest journey in black, green and herbal teas. Twinings Earl Grey Tea has a light and aromatic

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In 1706 Thomas Twining started selling fine tea in England. Today, Twinings travels thousands of miles through exotic green tea gardens across many continents to capture the best possible teas and flavors. With expert blending, Twinings creates the richest journey in black, green and herbal teas. Twinings Earl Grey Tea has a light and aromatic blend of fine black tea, scented with bergamot, a citrus fruit.

Product Features

  • 24-Count of Twinings Earl Grey Tea
  • A light and aromatic blend of fine black tea, scented with bergamot, a citrus fruit
  • Delivers a unique floral aroma and refreshing taste
  • This classic blend was especially made for Charles, 2nd Earl Grey, Prime Minister of England
  • Ingredients: Black Tea, Bergamot Flavoring

Comments

o-namae desu says:

the most “straightforward” of the Earl Grey K-Cup varieties This is my favorite of the currently (1/2007) available K-Cup Earl Grey teas. To calibrate this review to your tastes: (1) I like *tea*, plus this one flavoring, not herbs with a little bit of tea — I’m even finicky about how much Bergamot gets put in. (2) I prefer Twinings to Stash (in bags, not available in K-Cups) for that very reason. Twinings is sightly less expensive than Gloria Jean’s or Celestial Seasonings, and has the “cleanest” taste of the three. If you like a “brighter” or…

Angela Streiff says:

Week flavor and leaves tea “powder” in the cup. I really enjoy tea, and especially Earl Grey. I do not drink coffee, soda or anything else other then tea and water. So I find myself drinking lots of tea.When I purchased my Keurig, I also bought a selection of teas from Celestial Seasonings, which included their Earl Grey and English Breakfast. After using them up, I decided to try the Earl Grey from Twinings for K-cups but was disappointed. The flavor was quite weak, not to say everyone likes a strong tea, but those who enjoy the…

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