Twinnings is a brand name, they offer many tea blends. Earl Grey is a style/blend. Here is the WikiTatanka wrote: ↑Sun Oct 29, 2017 3:10 pmOh! Thank you very much! Can you enlighten me on the difference or meaning of both Earl Grey and Twinnings? Never heard of these, although my wife said she's heard of Ear Grey - she thinks it is an English tea. But Twinnings? Thanks.Bloodhound wrote: ↑Sun Oct 29, 2017 1:53 pmTwinnings is available at my local Walmart and other grocery outlets.Tatanka wrote: ↑Sun Oct 29, 2017 1:23 pmJust looked at Earl Grey - Twinnings on Amazon site; having never heard of this before. Once more, I am confused. You mentioned it was your all time favorite. But I find under the EGT - our classic blend; black tea; and a Taylors of Harrogate EG...no Twinnings listed on this one.hugodrax wrote: ↑Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:29 pmPlus one. Except for the abominable mug, man.coco wrote:Twining's Earl Grey in a Grateful Dead mughugodrax wrote:Indeed. Even more sad, the more expensive varieties are even worse.OldWorldSwine wrote:Yes. I bought Bigelow Earl Grey las time, and I will look for Twinings from now on. The Bigelow has been cloudy.hugodrax wrote:Earl Grey. Twinings. Hardly the most expensive, but easily my favorite brand. It's all just unobtrusively good.
I'm drinking some now.
And what is Twinnings? Thanks
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Earl Grey tea is a tea blend which has been flavoured with the addition of oil of bergamot. Traditionally, "Earl Grey" was made from black teas, but tea companies have since begun to offer Earl Grey in other varieties as well, such as green or oolong.