Twinings Earl Grey Review

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Twinings Earl Grey

“Bought some in 2010. Vile chemical taste. The list of...”

Written on: 04/07/2010

Bought some in 2010. Vile chemical taste. The list of ingrediants shows they are now using artificial flavouring, in this and other brands. So you are paying upmarket prices for a product that is worse than Asda own-brand, which still uses the real Oil Of Bergamot. twinnings have shot themselves in the foot by using artificial flavours.

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Heatheroneill's Comment

Written on: 13/01/2013

Australian Twinnings earl grey is blended and packaged in China( as are most things) or Poland. Ingredients list black tea (no variety expressed) and bergomot flavouing (3%). 3% of what? Artificial flavouring? It does not taste very special of late. Sounds like the end for me. After years of buying Twinnings I cant fathom why I might continue. SO. Searching for a good authentic Earl Grey now!

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