Earl Grey Tea

With the heady scent of Bergamot, Earl Grey is probably the most famous of the scented teas. 
 I'm always loath to 'prescribe' methods of taking a particular tea, after all by it's very nature, taste is personal. However I can't think of a single instance when the addition of milk to an Earl Grey wasn't a 'schoolboy error'.
If you wish to sweeten it a smidge of clear honey works well. Bring out the best of it by serving with a slice of orange or kumquat.
Citrus bergamia grown commercially in Calabria, Italy is most likely a hybrid between Citrus limetta (sweet lime) and Citrus aurantium (the bitter orange or the marmalade orange). 
Earl Grey has never been trademarked, Lady Grey however is the property of Twinings.