I love this tea. I have found that the Keurig machine brews a much stronger tea. This machine combined with the EarlGrey equals a satisfying morning wake-me-up. One of the reasons I like this tea is because I drink my tea with cream and sugar, but I still like to be able to taste my tea. Earl Grey is one of the only teas (Her Majesty's Blend another) that can hold up to a little cream and sugar and still come through.
This is another one of my favorite K-cup teas. Love the taste/aroma. Get them on Amazon's Subscribe and Save, you won't be sorry.
Twinings Earl Grey
Twinings EarlGreyTea for KeurigBrewers brew as good a cup of tea as with the bag version of Twinings Earl Grey Tea. Providing you are willing to pay a bit more for the convenience of using a Keurig brewer, there is no fault with this item.
The flavor is good but not as robust as it would be brewed in a standard fashion. Since it is next to impossible to get loose tea except from specialty shops (at specialty prices) the price was right for the convenience of "instant" tea without using instant tea.
I was skeptical when my husband brought home the Kuerig coffee machine. I don't drink coffee--my preferred beverage in the morning is tea; specifically, EarlGrey. He told me that Twinings Earl Grey K-cups were available, but I was worried the tea would taste just like it does when you try to make tea using a hotel room coffee maker--like really bad coffee. So it was a great surprise to find that the Twinings K-cups were so delicious. Using the K-cups is also a time-saver, obviously. Only down side is the environmental impact of all those plastic cups. I'm hoping they come up with a solution to that soon.
Twinings has been blending my family tea for years. Today, I am proud to continue this tradition with the tea celebrated throughout the world known as Twinings EarlGrey. Legend has it, that my ancestor, the second Earl Grey, was presented with this exquisite recipe by an envoy on his return from China. Earl Grey Decaffeinated k-cups are a light and aromatic blend of fine black tea, scented with bergamot, a citrus fruit.