bergamot orange

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Synonyms for bergamot orange

small tree with pear-shaped fruit whose oil is used in perfumery

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Real Italian bergamot orange is laid atop black tea to absorb the orange scent naturally, resulting in a one-of-a-kind rich Earl Grey tea with subtle citrus notes.
There's been a lot of interest in the Italian bergamot orange (Calabrian citrus) extract - responsible for the fragrance of Earl Grey tea - as studies have shown it can lower levels of "bad" cholesterol in the blood.
A) Make bergamot orange cream incorporating simple syrup, agar agar and salt.
Tea makers Twinings had claimed its new version would be "our best ever blend", adding a dash of lemon and a touch more bergamot orange.
The company - which has been blending and selling tea for more than 300 years - added a dash of lemon and a touch more bergamot orange to its popular Earl Grey brand.
Bio Uni, a unisex eau de cologne, opens with bergamot orange and yellow mandarin adorned with spiced touches of cardamom and cananga odorata.
It's a blend of floral and oriental tones, said to be inspired by JPG's love of his grandmother and the sweet, powdery smell of the make-up in her bedroomAlternatives: Joop A spicy fragrance with lemon giving a lasting impression of patchouli, oakmoss and vetiver Samsara Rich, warm, with aspects of jasmine, rose and tonka bean Coco Mademoiselle Oriental fragrance, with bergamot orange, jasmine and rose petal, patchouli and vanilla