The Adulteration of Bergamot

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Young woman thought to be the Earl's unrequited muse.
The Adulteration of Bergamot is a lost erotic novel by Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey.

The Earl apparently wrote The Adulteration of Bergamot as a private erotic tribute to the Reform Act of 1832, using his beloved Bergamot essential oil as inspiration.

No copies are definitely known to exist (as of May 2016).

However, several copies are believed to exist in private collections.

John Brunner says that he knows -- but cannot prove -- that Euphoriolanus owns at least one copy, and possibly more,

Brunner furthermore charges that Euphoriolanus is running a secret Bergamot adulteration laboratory.

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