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Enjoy the full bergamot flavour of a traditional Earl Grey, plus the creamy, soothing vanilla that makes this a heady blend.
Originally blended: 2010
|Earl Grey Cream - Loose 2oz/56g||
|Earl Grey Cream - Loose 4oz/113g||
|Earl Grey Cream - Loose 8oz/227g||
|Earl Grey Cream - Loose 16oz/454g||
Murchie's Earl Grey Cream is a blend of fine Ceylon, Darjeeling and Keemun teas, lightly scented with real oil of bergamot and sweet vanilla.
A rich and creamy version of our original Earl Grey. Makes a delicious latte.
Ingredients: black tea, natural & artificial flavouring, bergamot oil, blue cornflower petals
|Tea Format||Loose Tea|
I used to love a different brand of Cream of Earl Grey tea, and this Murchie's blend tasted like no other Earl Grey cream tea I've ever had. Wasn't sure at first, but it has grown to be my favorite of all of them.Posted on 2022-07-08
We are HUGE tea lovers. One of our fave is Earl Grey. We like a strong Bergamot essence, no matter the brand. I'm a huge fan of Murchies having lived in Victoria now for 40 years. With Omicron going on, I kind of steered clear of downtown while shopping 2 weeks ago. I had to stop in Hillside tho so popped in to that store to grab some of my Murchies fave, black tea with Apricot. I decided on a few small bags for stocking, one for hubby being Earl Grey Cream. Well, we don't hate it, but there's no Bergamot essence in it, all 3 of us agree. The Blue Cornflower is there, but there's no creamy vanilla taste either, just a strong, fake caramel smell and flavour. In black tea. Disappointing....Posted on 2022-01-01
I’ve tried many different earl grey creams. This one is the best! So smooth and tasty.Posted on 2021-09-21
After having tried various Early Grey Cream blends from various tea shops, both as a loose tea and as a drink, I've come to the decision that Murchies' is the best. It does have strong notes of vanilla, so if that's not your thing this tea might not be for you. I take my tea black, and this is the perfect blend for that. I never feel like I need to add sugar or cream. I've yet to try it in a homemade London Fog, but I'm certain it will be delicious.Posted on 2021-03-25
My favourite Earl Grey by far, and I have travelled near and far for great tea. Top notch latte with foamed soy milk - makes it taste like a hint of butterscotch.Posted on 2020-02-21
Smooth and delicious Earl Grey, with a creamy note of lavender. And the smell, is absolutely amazing.Posted on 2019-11-09
Years ago, before Starbucks and the big chains took over, I went to a tiny specialty coffee shop in Banff that made London Fogs, and I became absolutely addicted to them. When Starbucks started serving their own vanilla Earl Grey tea lattes, I found them very disappointing. They tasted absolutely fake, nothing but sugar and artificial flavours. When I saw recently that Murchie's was selling an Earl Grey blend with vanilla, I jumped on it, and couldn't be happier. This is the flavour I remember so fondly from my time out west - smooth, creamy, not overpowering and yet decadent at the same time. I'll never have to hunt for a London Fog at a coffee chain again, thanks to this magnificent tea.Posted on 2018-12-14
Hands-down the absolute best Earl Grey Cream tea I have ever drank. Such a smooth cup to drink. I have tried finding a substitute here in Edmonton and nothing comes close - Murchies blend is the only way to go! I can't wait to get my hands on more of this gorgeous tea!Posted on 2018-04-17
I am a huge tea fan. Having an english background, Tea figured prominently in my morning routine. Raised on "Orange Pekoe", discovered all the other teas on by accident when visiting Victoria. Did not know there was such a variety. Fell in love with the Earl Grey Creme after sampling at Murchies. Such a lovely smooth silky flavour. The flavour comes through beautifully if you like weaker tea, and a lovely smooth bold taste if you like it stronger. It is often my morning tea although I have many favourites. Nothing like a nice hot cup of earl grey creme tea on a cold snowy winters morning. Now I order on a regular basis, and will drop into Murchies anytime I am in Victoria just to see whats new.Posted on 2018-02-08
This is hands down the best tea I have ever had the pleasure of experiencing. The textures and flavours combined with the rich aromas make for a full multi sensory experience. There is nothing like a warm cup of this tea in your hand while you read a book, day dream, hide inside on a blistery day... or for most of us, enjoy your 30 minutes of sanity time during your work day. Best. Tea. Ever.Posted on 2017-12-30
Murchie's Earl Grey Cream version is second to none, in my opinion. It is one of my favorite teas and have bought various versions in my travels abroad and online. There used to be one that was comparable but ever since that tea shop was bought by the international coffee place from Seattle (yes, that one) their Earl Grey Cream went downhill fast, along with many of their teas. Every cup of Murchies' Earl Grey Cream gives you a sublime olfactory experience and perfection on your taste receptors. Murchies -- please don't ever change your Early Grey Cream formulation!Posted on 2017-11-05
I have drunk Earl Grey tea for years but none has been this delicious. I will have to order more when mine runs out.Posted on 2016-11-02
I have had a few Earl Grey Cream teas and many Earl Grey teas, but none as good as this. It has a nice medium to strong taste that is smooth. The Earl Grey taste is not lost amount the vanilla. It is simply a most excellent tea. I will be buying this again and again. I have a cup a day. It is great any time of day; in the afternoon with a snack, a lazy morning, and etc. I highly recommend this tea to everyone looking for a smooth, slight sweet, unique and delicious tea.Posted on 2016-01-30
Tried this tea on the basis of the positive reviews. However, I really dislike the vanilla flavour--I find it much too strong. Because I don't want to throw it out (too cheap!), I cut it in half with an Assam or other black tea and it's then drinkable. :(Posted on 2016-01-02
Love love love this tea. Tried it on a whim and fell in love. Now my husband and daughter love it too. Truly tastes creamy.Posted on 2015-11-23
My all time favourite tea. It is perfectly blended and gives a very satisfying cuppa. It is a must have for tea lovers.Posted on 2015-05-21
Hands off it is all mine! This tea is simply adored! Such a rich flavor.....my second cup awaits.Posted on 2014-07-31
After a trip to Vancouver, I stumbled upon London Fogs and fell in love. When I walked into Murchie's and found the Earl Grey Cream I found a way to bring a bit of this delight home with me. I am a couple ounces away from finishing off my pound, and feel it might be worth a trip north just to restock... shipping might be a bit cheaper, but the road trip would be worth it with this treat at the end!Posted on 2014-04-05
After a trip to Vancouver, I stumbled upon London Fogs and fell in love. When I walked into Murchie's and found the Earl Grey Cream, I found a way to bring a bit of this delight home with me. I am a couple ounces away from finishing off my pound, and feel it might be worth a trip north just to restock... shipping might be a bit cheaper, but the road trip would be worth it with this treat at the end!Posted on 2014-04-05
This tea is unbelievably creamy. I tried it first on a rainy afternoon and it made my day so much better that I couldn't help buying some for a friend. (She fell in love with it as well). Just a caution to never ever over-steep!Posted on 2013-09-24
Every time I drink this tea I think once again, "What a wonderful cup of tea this is!" Literally - every time I drink this tea! What a pleasurable experience that is! I alternate between this tea and another brand's Earl Grey lavender tea, and my tea life is complete. The vanilla/cream flavor is rich and warm, and complements the bergemot beautifully. I consider it a treat every time I that first sip.Posted on 2012-11-28
We are great tea lovers at our house. This tea is the Best!Posted on 2012-11-23
This amazing blend is my new favorite! The wonderful flavors of Earl Grey blended with a hint of vanilla and cream made this cup of tea a delightful surprise! While my goal as a new Murchie's team member is to taste a new tea every day, some of this will find it's way home with me for my weekend enjoyment!Posted on 2012-06-14
I've drank both Earl Grey & Lady Grey tea for years. I like the components of London Fogs but together, I just don't like it. Finally tried this tea & its so delicious! In my opinion, this is what a London Fog is supoosed to be but never is. Warm, creamy, subtle citrus flavour inside a traditional tea profile.Posted on 2012-01-27
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Tea and coffee tasting is a very individual, multi-dimensional experience: one person’s perfect cup can be too strong or weak, too brisk or watery for the next person. At Murchie’s, we believe that the best tea or coffee is the one that YOU like the best! We use the following flavour profile guides to help compare our teas and coffees within a relative scale.
This rating method indicates the strength of flavour each tea has when brewed according to our brewing guide.
|Light/Delicate: Very light in colour and delicate in flavour|
|Medium: Medium-light cup with slightly fuller cup|
|Medium-Strong: Medium-dark cup, medium body, and full flavour without harshness|
|Strong: Full body, rich cup, takes milk well|
|Very Strong: Rich, dark cup with very full, strong flavour and briskness|
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Roast is simply a result of how long and how hot the beans have been roasted, which can be seen in the colour of the finished bean, and typically results in general flavour traits:
|Light Roast||More acidity, brightness and a slight pucker|
|Medium Roast||Slightly richer flavours, some acidity, enhanced creaminess|
|Dark Roast||Distinctive roasted flavour, sometimes notes of toasted sugar or charcoal|
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|Light Body||Easy to drink with little lingering flavour, ‘thin’ or ‘clean’ feeling on the palate|
|Medium Body||Heavier, creamier mouth-feel with more lingering flavour|
|Full Body||Rich, full-mouth feeling: hits all of the palate and lingers|
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