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  • Somehow Earl Gray tea from a beautiful tea cup makes all my quickly approaching deadlines seem manageable and all doable.

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  • London Fog is Earl Gray steeped in steam milk with a touch of vanilla extract - or more likely you will get the vanilla syrup in most coffee/tea shops.

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  • The Earl Gray tea on it's own does not excite me much except for Earl Gray Cream which has vanilla and I believe also some lavender in it, but there were Earl Gray shortbread cookies on the top tier.

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  • The Earl Gray tea on it's own does not excite me much except for Earl Gray Cream which has vanilla and I believe also some lavender in it, but there were Earl Gray shortbread cookies on the top tier.

    London Fog

  • London Fog is Earl Gray steeped in steam milk with a touch of vanilla extract - or more likely you will get the vanilla syrup in most coffee/tea shops.

    London Fog

  • Maybe it's the fog that's been possessing the city for the past week or maybe it's something else - but I've been obsessed with London Fog tea and Earl Gray in general.

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  • Maybe it's the fog that's been possessing the city for the past week or maybe it's something else - but I've been obsessed with London Fog tea and Earl Gray in general.

    London Fog

  • Orange Juice to begin, tea to finish, Earl Gray being a particular favorite.

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  • Orange Juice to begin, tea to finish, Earl Gray being a particular favorite.

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  • Phillipe looked at the table, which upon which all kinds of delicious foods and drink appeared, not the least among them chocolate biscotte and chockolate martoonies, and some nice hot tea Earl Gray, of course

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  • See Earl Grey.

    January 29, 2011