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Black Fruit Blend
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Apricot, Chestnut, Orange Blossom
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 13 oz / 384 ml

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  • “Lest you think that I am just a Dammann fan girl who loves all of their teas without reservation (which, to be honest, I almost am), there is this tea. I do like some chestnut teas (Lupicia's...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Day 3 of Dammann Freres advent calendar. I am almost caught up :) The dry tea smelled strongly of black licorice to me. I was a bit worried as that is not a good flavour for me. But I read the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “No floral. Anywhere. This is okay by me but I double checked the packaging just to be sure. It's all caramel in the dry leaf. Reminds me alot of the DAVIDs salted caramel really, and I'm kind...” Read full tasting note
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From Dammann Freres

“Tourbillon” flavoured black tea

A blend of black teas, where the aromas of candied chestnut, maple sirup, biscuit, toffee caramel, orange blossom and candied apricot merge in a whirlwind of savours. (papaya and apple bits).

Brewing time: 4 to 5 minutes

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1481 tasting notes

I wouldn’t call this a fruit tea, it tastes more like the chestnuts and biscuits to me! Maybe a little bit of floral fruit, but I added cream which can take down flavours like orange blossom.

So delicious.

I would like more, please and thank you.

hearts to Shmiracles for sharing it with me!

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML

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192 tasting notes

Thanks Schmiracles for sending me a sample of this tea!

This was also a miss for me. There was flavour to this one, but not very strong and again I couldn’t tell what flavours were in it. The description lists quite a few flavours but I didn’t really get any of those. I still have enough for one more cup so I will try this one again with milk and agave or honey. Honey makes everything better :)

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This tea is.. quite interesting. It doesn’t smell like the tea that I would pick up. It smells very fruity and fruity black teas just.. don’t sit well in my stomach.
Steeping and it still has that weird medicine-y smell that I associate all fruity black blends with.
Oh. Not good. It just tastes like a weak black tea with weak flavours of weak fruits. I decided to re-add my leaves for just a couple more seconds to see if I could pull a bit more flavour, but it’s just starting to go bitter. I’ll probably just use the rest of the leaves as a cold brew or sipdown and share them with my roommates.


tis one was not for me either, sadly. and i felt horrible about it because my sample came from a friend in paris =0(


I know, I got this tea from shmiracles last month and I loooove trying new teas! But with that, you’ll also try teas that just aren’t for you.
This tea was good enough to finish the cup, but now I have leaves that I’ll just give to friends. At least it’s going to a better home :)


true… it is the responsible thing to do, to rehouse an unwanted tea =0)

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