Three Brands of Earl Grey Tea in a Mismatched China Cup & Saucer

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All the cookies on this saucer are Earl Grey cookies.  I may not like to drink Earl Grey, but I sure like to eat it!

This china cup and saucer are two mismatched pieces. I don’t know how or when I broke their companion piece. I do know I am loath to throw things away. I kept this saucer and teacup so that I could do an art project someday.

Well that someday is now.

I’ve wanted to make a bird feeder out of it for a while.

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This is my finished project. Yes, the spoon is glued to the saucer. I love this.

One similar to the bird feeder at this link. Hurray, I am done. Go to this link to see my finished project.

Day 20 (January 30)

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Taste test-off between these 3 brands: Tea Forte, Ambance, and Kusmi. May the best tea win.

I drank a cup from each of these three brands: Ambance, Kusmi, and Tea Forte, hot and black. 

  • I don’t know why I have so much of this tea when it has never been a favourite of mine.
  • The Tea Forte is a cute pyramid bag.
  • The Ambance and Tea Forte tasted like I expected. And as I expected, I didn’t care for the taste. See my review from Day 6 (Tea Forte).
  • However, the Kusmi Earl Grey was okay. It is loose leaf. Could that be the difference?
  • So I made myself another cuppa. Still okay. I read somewhere that loose leaf teas tend to be fresher. Could that be why it is okay?

Your Turn . . . Have you ever had 3 different brands of the same tea? Why?

Related Fruitful Words Posts . . . 

21 Days of Tea Series is after the jump.  

  1. Peppermint
  2. Sweet & Spicy (cinnamon dominant herbal blend)
  3. Zen (lemon grass, spearmint, green tea)
  4. Rainforest Red (red rooibos, hibiscus, chicory root, blackberry leaves, orange peel, ginger root, acai)
  5. English Breakfast
  6. Earl Grey (blend of black teas, oil of bergamot)
  7. Tulsi Sweet Rose (blend of tulsi and sweet rose)
  8. Pomegranate Raspberry Green Tea (green tea, chamomile, hibiscus flowers, orange peel, citric acid, pomegranate flavor, raspberry flavor, Japanese matcha)
  9. Green Moroccan Mint (green tea, spearmint, peppermint, lemongrass) – all organic and fair trade certified
  10. Orange Spice Black Tea (blended black tea, orange peel, cinnamon, orange oil, clove flavour)
  11. Russian Morning #24 – loose leaf (Russian blend of black China, Ceylon, and India Teas)
  12. Green Tea with Blueberries (Green Tea with Nature Identical Blueberry Flavour )
  13. Constant Comment (black tea with orange rind, sweet spices)
  14. Japanese White Tea Powder
  15. Winter Solstice (blend of black teas, spices, vanilla, citrus)
  16. Wild Raspberry Hibiscus Herbal Tea  (hibiscus, orange peel, lemongrass, rose hips, raspberry flavour, licorice powder, citric acid)
  17. Tangerine Orange Zinger Sweet Iced Tea (hibiscus, rosehips, orange peel, hawthorn, tangerine, rebiana, blackberry leaves)
  18. Coconut Chai (Ceylon & Assum Tea, cinnamon, ginger, Island coconut)
  19. Honey Vanilla Chai (white tea, black tea, roasted chicory, cinnamon,  ginger, cloves, cardamom, black pepper, nutmeg, honey)
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  • 1. Reggie Williams  |  . at .

    I love Earl Grey and not all are made the same. The Tea Forte are some of my favorites, too. Thanks for the wonderful tea stories.

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