La Vie En Rose Blanc Organic

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180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 30 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “Sipdown! I think I'd like to reorder. But I'm going to hold off reordering this until at least summer, when it's nice and warm out. It's good and I always enjoy it when I have it, but I almost...” Read full tasting note
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    moraiwe 616 tasting notes
  • “Wonderful if you love roses and if you don't--maybe this tea will convert you. This is one of the best rose-immersion experiences I have had. I think it's on a par with Rosy Earl Grey from...” Read full tasting note
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    Doulton 255 tasting notes
  • “not a tea for me. and not really a great winter tea either. but a good option if you want something light and warm but with less caffeine. also though, ATR has a black rose tea that is really good...” Read full tasting note
    shmiracles 736 tasting notes
  • “The dry leaves smell like full-on granny style potpourri...and I LOVE that! The rosiness has faded quite a bit in the brewed tea, leaving a delicate rose aftertaste from a generally unremarkable...” Read full tasting note
    Flowery 141 tasting notes

From American Tea Room

La Vie En Rose is a must for anyone who loves roses. It�s a joyously sweet and enticing blend of Bai Mu Dan-style white tealeaves (a combination of silvery buds and delicate green leaves) and gorgeous, wild-harvested fuchsia rosebuds. The intense rosewater aroma of the leaves gives way to the wildly earthy-floral aroma of the flaxen brew. Flavors of fresh-cut roses, loamy earth, field grasses and rosewater reveal a bright, floral aftertaste with a delicate astringency. The effect is profoundly soothing: this is La Vie En Rose.

This tea is certified USDA organic.

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Sipdown!

I think I’d like to reorder. But I’m going to hold off reordering this until at least summer, when it’s nice and warm out. It’s good and I always enjoy it when I have it, but I almost need to be in a particular mood to enjoy it.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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255 tasting notes

Wonderful if you love roses and if you don’t—maybe this tea will convert you. This is one of the best rose-immersion experiences I have had. I think it’s on a par with Rosy Earl Grey from Teas, Etc. The rose is not competing with an Earl Grey. Sometimes I really want the Earl Grey to be the backdrop for the rose but this is a more fragrant, floral tea. I guess I will have to keep both in stock!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec
ashmanra

This sounds delightful! I wonder if Sally’s Secret from Harney and Sons is anything like this?

American Tea Room

you might want to try our new Victoria which is a regal Earl Grey with rose petals and a hint of Vanilla — also our new Romanoff (which kind of replaced L"orangerie.

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736 tasting notes

not a tea for me. and not really a great winter tea either. but a good option if you want something light and warm but with less caffeine.
also though, ATR has a black rose tea that is really good and i do recommend.

so yes, my first day back to work after having basically 2 weeks off. i know i know, call out the violins and whaaambulance.
i have my new tea pot and tea cup here to keep me company and help brighten this overcast & cold day in the office.
and a kindle full of new sherlock fanfic to read. starting with the christmas themed stories of course.
and how, you might ask, does a person cope with returning to work after such a wonderful escape? well the answer is by placing a ridiculous order for a couple hundred dollars worth of make-up that you’ve wanted for a very long time. :) i have become a MAC convert over the years. and my new short haircut seems to make lipstick more agreeable on my face than it used to be. i guess it’s a visual balance kind of thing?

oh, yup, i got my hair cut. it’s been a long time since i had it this short. i’m still in the phase where i spend a lot of time thinking about it. but that should pass soon i hope.

Fjellrev

Yay, MAC! I approve of your coping mechanism. :D I’ve been tempted to get more eyeshadows since I still haven’t filled up my custom palette yet, but I have. so. much. makeup.

It’s amazing how a haircut can change what kind of cosmetics work for you face.

Shmiracles

oh hey! my makeup order arrived, and i wouldn’t care enough to say anything normally, but hell this mascara i got “In Extreme Dimension 3D Black Lash” is the final word on mascara. forever. so perfect. the reviews did not exaggerate hah

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141 tasting notes

The dry leaves smell like full-on granny style potpourri…and I LOVE that! The rosiness has faded quite a bit in the brewed tea, leaving a delicate rose aftertaste from a generally unremarkable white. To be fair, I’ve had only a very few remarkable whites and wouldn’t have expected a special one here. Still, I just love rose so much, and this is such a fresh, full rose, it may just stay in the collection.

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