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Captain Jean Luc Picard enjoys a cup of Earl Grey in 2369.

Earl Grey tea was a hot beverage native to Earth.

Earl Grey was a favourite of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. (TNG episode: "Contagion")

Sonya Gomez also drank Earl Grey as a punishment for once spilling hot chocolate on Captain Picard. (SCE eBook: The Belly of the Beast)

By 2371, Lwaxana Troi regularly drank Earl Grey (spelled "Earl Gray" in this source) claiming that Picard had gotten her addicted. She was able to occasionally acquire the tea though it was difficult to get on Betazed. (TNG novel: Triangle: Imzadi II)

Benjamin Sisko preferred raktajino to Earl Gray tea. Elim Garak first tried it in 2373 and again in 2374. (DS9 episode: "In Purgatory's Shadow", DS9 novel: Hollow Men)

In 2409, Data, working at Oxford University, regularly drank earl grey tea to make other people comfortable around him, while simultaneously doing it in memory of Picard, despite not needing sustenance. (STO short story: "Unexpected Honor")

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