The smooth flavor of sweet cream pairs perfectly with this rich black tea blend.
Ingredients: Black tea from China, India and Ceylon, flavor, white cornflower blossoms. Tip: 3 g tea leaves (1 heaping Teelamass) per 8 oz cup of filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 2 min.
One of the best I've tried, 21st Jun 2021
Reviewer: Evan Jones
Tastes similar to a creampuff pastry. It's surprising good warm or iced, especially in the summer. This might be my new favorite day-to-day tea.
Aromatic and delicious, 14th Apr 2020
Reviewer: Lisa Skyheart Marshall
It’s wonderful to open the bag of this tea in the morning and smell that lovely aroma before scooping it into a strainer.
A very nice black tea for breakfast, I sweeten it with agave or honey and add almond milk.
A lovely cup of tea.
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Mix with Early Grey No. 69, 5th Feb 2020
Reviewer: James Todd
This is a great tea. However, my all-time favorite tea was called Earl Grey de la Crème. It was made by a company that was bought by Teavana, and then the blend was discontinued. The closest approximation I could find is mixing this tea, Cream, with Earl Grey No. 69 at a ratio of about 1:3 or 1:4. Amazing.
Sip to Variety!, 2nd May 2017
Reviewer: Patricia Beattie
Earl Grey Lady Violet has been our tea choice for mornings and throughout the day. We sweeten with local honey. I wanted a richer tea for sipping in the evening. I enjoy rooibos teas, and thought Cream might be worth a try. I over brewed it the first cup, very bitter. But, second cup was perfect and most satisfying. Used just a tad of local honey, doesn't need much sweetening if any.
Recommend this for enjoying a special cup of tea to break the monotony of your tried, true and favorite teas. Not drastically different than a black tea, just "creamier" and relaxing.
Sip & Savor..., 7th Feb 2013
Reviewer: Jacqueline Davenport
A perfect dessert tea excellent for anytime of the day. Beautifully creamy, a touch sweet, strong enough to wake you up, mild enough to keep you smiling. I love this tea, it's one of my favorites!