Un Soir de France (An Evening in France)

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Black Tea
Apricot Flavour, Ceylon Black Tea, Chinese Black Tea, Orange Flavoring, Orange Peels, Rose Petals, Sunflower Petals
Apricot, Blood orange, Candy, Orange, Floral
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec 14 oz / 408 ml

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From Fauchon

Black tea flavored with apricot, sweet orange and blood orange.
From Fauchon’s website: “A fragrant blend combining the flavors of apricot, sweet orange and blood orange, livened with orange peels, rose petals and sunflower petals.”
Ingredients: Black tea (Sri Lanka, China), apricot flavouring, rose petals, orange peels, sunflower petals, natural orange flavouring.

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1930 tasting notes

Apricots and cream. So delicious.

I keep forgetting about these teas because the tins don’t really fit in my main cupboard (tins take up a lot of room!). But I was looking for something this morning and found this and decided to try it. So perfect. I’ve already had a coffee from one of those Vietnamese drip-through coffee makers. And now this creamy fruity deliciousness.

Yum. :)

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

I’m starting to give up on Winners/Marshalls ever bringing them back.


Yeah. :/ Me too.


Kind of makes me wonder where they got them from in the first place.


Probably some place going out of business. Isn’t that kind of how Winners started? End of season stuff that didn’t sell, or liquidation stuff?


Yeah, I just wonder which (kind of) store would have ordered them in in the first place. Come on, Canadian businesses, bring it in!


LOL. Just maybe don’t go out of business or anything. Give Winners your older stock, we’re fine with that!


Mmm…apricot and cream!!!


But also loads of rose petals. :) Darn French teas!

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1163 tasting notes

Thanks to OMGsrsly for giving me the chance to try the infamous Fauchon teas! As soon as I opened the bag, I was hit with roses. And some fruits, maybe peach? Oh, that’s apricot. Touché.

Flavour-wise, this is also heavy on the rose with apricot lingering in the background. But actually, the more I drink this, the more it also tastes like the orange flavour in Terry’s chocolate oranges. It really blends well with the rose.

The base is also a little astringent. It’s actually pretty good. I would have never thought to have combined roses and oranges. Maybe as a perfume but not in a tea!


I, uhh, don’t remember what I sent you. :)


I’m going to guess this one came from you since you recently bought some? Or perhaps Sil is, as usual, may have 49382 teas up her sleeve.


But who knows!


Oh sorry, yeah. This one was from me. I think also Naissance?


Sil does indeed have 736349 teas up her sleeve. I fear for your cupboard. :D

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1212 tasting notes

Finishing up my sample of this, so sad. I love it so much. The combination of apricot and oranges is just so good.

One day I will have this again.

This remains one of the best examples of blood orange flavoring in tea to me. I wish more people did it, or did it right. I just also find it funny that this is an evening in France, when to me orange is so morning.

It was also very tasty with some honey wheat bread for breakfast.

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382 tasting notes

bit by bit fauchon i are coming to an understanding. =0)

everyone loves fauchon. i have loved the smells…. but the taste kept falling short. sigh.

i began to create a list of personal rules.
1) i like fauchon greens better than fauchon blacks (who would have predicted?)

2) i like a 3 minute steep not a 4 or 5.
3) i like the water a tad cooler on each.
4) last and most important: i like nothing in them at all. no sweetener, no cream, nothing.


the orange and apricot are clear, the peach is intermittant….. SOMEWHERE i am getting a hint of chocolate? very, very lightly. which is interesting. i don’t think it would be nearly as nice if it had been on purpose, lol.

very smooth, very light…. nice to know fauchon and i are getting on! thanks to ifjuly for this!

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

I swear my mind plays tricks with me when it comes to a “ghost” chocolate note too. I mentioned in my review that I associate the orange note in here with a Terry’s chocolate orange. It’s the same kind of orange flavour, so it automatically leads your mind to also think of chocolate?


you and i seem to have very similar palates too…. we both get banana with the malted choco mate, remember? we both thought we were nuts….. okay, we may still be, but at least we’re nuts together, lol.

yes, btw, this should be renamed terry’s tea. it’s uncanny.


Yeah, I’m sure Kittenna once mentioned that roasted mates taste like banana to her too. Either way, we may all be nuts, but nuts together it is!

But I’m glad you’re getting that same vibe from this tea. So odd considering how rosy (at least to me) it initially smells.


inception versus evolution can be such a strange journey…..

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206 tasting notes

Mmmm this was a great ending to my day. Yesterday I took the boyfriend to Oakland to see the golden state warriors play the Miami heat (NBA game)his friends and I all pitched in and bought the tickets for his birthday last week, and we stayed San Francisco. This morning we took a walk down to union square and had breakfast at the cutest little French bakery. Then I was off to a stop at LUSH which was a must!
This tea made me wish i was in France tonight! I never give fruit teas a chance. At least not hot brews. I usually cold steep them. This was delicious though!
Definitely taste the blood orange and the rose who would have known it would be a great pair. These French tea makers are genius! Genius I tell you!

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

Heck yeah LUSH! :)

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2182 tasting notes

Dreaming of an evening in France on this snowy morning in Ohio. Sigh.

This is very nice, although I think perhaps I didn’t have enough leaf because it’s a little weaker than I have come to expect from Fauchon. I could smell the rose and fruit in this but I hadn’t looked up what else was in it before drinking it. I definitely got a lot of orangey citrus from this, so that’s good. Nicely rosy, and the bae as a really yummy cookie-ish note. Really it’s just something that I often find in rose and/or bergamot teas that comes across as sugar cookie to me, and I think it’s really the way the flavoring is interacting with the base. Very pleased with this one as well.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Terri HarpLady

That actually sounds kind of nice!


I really like this one. :) Next time I have it I’ll have to see if I can detect sugar cookie.


I dug this one a lot too! But I guess I’ve loved nearly every Fauchon tea I’ve tried so far. :b

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707 tasting notes

I’ve made this one a couple times now but held off on my review as I forgot and oversteeped it once which was hardly the fault of the tea. My first comment on this (picked up from Winners) is that the tin is AWESOME. It is a lovely oval with an inner and outer lid – the tin is definitely going ot be reused after it is drained of it’s glory.

The tea itself is quite nice. It is flavoured, but delicately and tastes very natural and authentic. It comes off as a lightly sweet black tea with some peach/apricot notes and the lightest hint of orange at the end. I actually would like a bit more orange in the mix, but I can understand why it isn’t stronger. I didn’t notice any rose but it did hold up well to a second steeping with similar (though muted) flavours.

It’s a nice tea that I can definitely enjoy drinking but not pine for when it is gone. I am glad to have tried one of the “fancy French teas” though. I was feeling left out. :)

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972 tasting notes

I only have two Fauchon teas from Dinosara left to try, and this one smelled much less floral than the other choice, so I decided to have it. There are many flower petals mixed in with the small black tea leaves, which is somewhat discouraging, but luckily it smells more like some kind of citrus candy. I’m finding that all of these Fauchon teas have that odd candylike smell that I can’t quite put my finger on, maybe powdered sugar or something? I guess it must be a side effect of their flavorings.

Brewed, the tea still has that same candy smell, and it’s mildly citrus. I can definitely taste orange, although it seems a bit peppier than a normal orange. After reading the description for it, I can say it’s probably the blood orange that adds that extra intensity. The apricot is there too, but it’s quite mild and is overshadowed a bit by the citrus. Overall, still a nice enough orange black tea with (hooray) no floral! :)

Flavors: Apricot, Blood orange, Candy, Orange

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

OOooh this sounds fun!


I equate floral with French teas.

Cameron B.

Marz, Fauchon certainly tends to lean that way in most of their teas. :(

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268 tasting notes

Another tea from Miss B ‘s stash sale! (Best deal ever!) I’m not a huge fan of orange in teas…or really anything for that matter. I’m pretty much a purist when it comes to orange in that I like actual oranges but not much else, not even orange juice. Despite all that, I really enjoyed this cup of tea! It was an extremely well done tea. The harshness of the orange was tempered by the apricot and the whole thing was subtle in the best way. This tea had an understated elegance about it. I think that any orange lover would probably cherish this tea like Gollem with the precious.

Also, I had a fabulous Monday and I hope all you Steepster-ites did too :-). My colonies of cells that I carefully tended over the weekend looked good, my prodigal plasmids returned (I found them stuffed in the back of the freezer behind a ton of boxes; not cool, careless freezer-rearranging labmate!), and my best lab friend, whose cells I also tended over the weekend so she could go on a trip, brought me a tea gift! She brought me Coco-lada by Owl’s brew which is “a tea crafted for cocktails.” Yes please! She also brought in some vafler, which we ate with raspberry jam and gjetost during break while I drank this Fauchon creation.

Flavors: Apricot, Floral, Orange

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Cameron B.

Ugh, there are like a billion Fauchon teas I want to try. Stalking Vente-Privee…


A. Did Nina’s ever get back to you about the samples? B. Does steepster hate everyone today, or just me?

Cameron B.

It definitely hates me too. I emailed them about it and they said they were having issues too.

Cameron B.

So please delete my million comment copies. XD


Haha glad it’s not just me too! :P


There’s no tiny trashcan button! So I don’t think I can delete your comments for you. We all know you were a victim of the Steepster hissy fit


ok it’s a bit funny that your response to the repeated comments got repeated


LOL It totally is


This totally makes me laugh xD I find this just so funny, but maybe it’s just the meds xD


Cameron is really excited about this tea! :D


Miss B sold some Fauchon? I MISSED IT!


This sounds like a tea for me, since I love all things orange.


Stephanie, Miss B wasn’t specifically selling Fauchon. This was more of a grab bag situation where she sold me a box full of wonderful surprises!

Marzipan, I only had a sample size of all the teas I got from Miss B, otherwise I ’d offer to send you some!


DYING. This comment thread made me laugh so hard.


This one sounds nice !

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630 tasting notes

A lovely Fauchon sample from OMGsrsly!

This is one juicy black tea!

I was actually pretty impressed with myself because I was able to pick out peach notes and rose notes immediately….I often don’t trust my tastebuds to tell me the truth.

It was very fresh tasting and enjoyable, but I wouldn’t need to buy it, I prefer their La Naissance tea! (Also has roses)….not much for super fruity black teas!, though I suppose it could make a good cold brew!

So happy to have tried it!

Thanks, OMGsrsly!

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