Le Bonheur! (Happiness)

Tea type
Black Green Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Red Fruits, Strawberry, Berries, Lemon
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Edit tea info Last updated by Dinosara
Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 11 oz / 325 ml

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  • “This tea is well named because drinking a cup of it always makes me happy. As I have lamented before, this tea always sells out on the Vente-Privee sales before I get to them. Last time I managed...” Read full tasting note
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    dinosara 2030 tasting notes
  • “My eldest daughter bought this for me when she went to Amsterdam and Bruges. She has a knack for picking great teas for me when she travels, and i feel really spoiled that she always brings me...” Read full tasting note
    ashmanra 1876 tasting notes
  • “I'm having a lot of fun trying all of these Fauchon teas that the generous * Dinosara* sent samples of, even if I haven't really liked them so far! This one looks like black tea leaves with flower...” Read full tasting note
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    CameronB 827 tasting notes

From Fauchon

What’s there to do in Paris in the afternoon? Thousands of things. Nothing. Drink tea. Always in style.
Perfect match of the wooded notes of tea with the sweet flavours of red fruits and with safflower, cornflower and sunflower petals.

Ingredients: Black tea (Chiné), red fruit flavor, safflower petals, green tea, cornflower petals, sunflower petals, natural lemon flavor.

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7 Tasting Notes

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2030 tasting notes

This tea is well named because drinking a cup of it always makes me happy.

As I have lamented before, this tea always sells out on the Vente-Privee sales before I get to them. Last time I managed to snag a sample tin so I at least have a little. Guess I need to go to Paris to buy some more! :D I like this better than other “red fruits” blends I’ve tried, and I think it’s the addition of the citrus, which really brightens the blend. So happy!

Also I am really surprised that I am the only reviewer of this one. I thought there were others? I got my original sample from Toi toi but I guess it’s just a rare blend.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Stephanie

I really want there to be another Vente-Privee sale ASAP! I fell in love with a couple of Fauchon teas in swaps…

Dustin

Is there a certain time of year those sales happen or is it more random?

Dinosara

I’ve ordered from two of those sales in the past and one happened in November, one in February. I think it’s really random.

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1876 tasting notes

My eldest daughter bought this for me when she went to Amsterdam and Bruges. She has a knack for picking great teas for me when she travels, and i feel really spoiled that she always brings me gifts of tea when she travels.

I let my son’s girlfriend choose what we were drinking today, and I think she was influenced more by the aroma of the dry leaves than the beauty of the blend, which is riveting enough. So many bright flower petals! I needed this fruity cup of goodness. I had it with a scone and fresh whipped cream that youngest made. It is smooth and perfectly drinkable without additions.

And now I need help from you!

Eldest wants to take youngest on a little trip for her 16th birthday. Youngest wants to become as well travelled as her big sister. They have been to London, N. Ireland, and Ireland together twice.

Eldest is choosing between NYC and somewhere in Canada, where should they go? NY? Montreal? Quebec? Toronto? What should they do? I know lots of you are Canadian, and there are probably some New Yorkers here as well.

aisling of tea

Toronto! We have many awesome tea shops and an amazing Zoo!

ashmanra

Nice! They do like tea, youngest lives scones, and eldest loves breads, pastries, and any and all new food! Also, youngest is on a quest to find the best hot chocolate in the world. So far, O’Connail’s of Ireland is unmatched.

Sil

what time of year haha. that will factor :)

ashmanra

Oh, so true! Mid- to late January!

Nxtdoor

Brrrrr.

Anlina

Montreal is a really amazing city to visit. I’ve quite enjoyed visiting NYC and Toronto too, but they haven’t quite captured my imagination like Montreal.

Ubacat

January to visit Canada? I think we are going to have a nasty winter here the way it’s working out. If it was summer, spring or fall , I would suggest they go a little bit east of NYC to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. It is beautiful there but probably not in January.

For entertainment, you can’t beat Toronto but the outer areas of Toronto are nice too: Mississauga, Oakville, Hamilton. I would suggest they check out Niagara Falls. Lots to do there. One small city I love is Kingston. I haven’t been there in awhile but it’s a very small artsy city near the 1000 islands. Back when I visited there were always a few tea shops. I bet even more today.

If they want to ski, there’s plenty of spots in Quebec, Ontario & New York for skiing.

Sil

If i was coming in january, i’d stay out of Montreal unless you enjoy the cold and snow (which i do). However les fetes des neiges happens that time of year so if that is something of interest, i’d do that.
Toronto will be a bit warmer, though maybe not given all the weird weather predictions going on these days…

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827 tasting notes

I’m having a lot of fun trying all of these Fauchon teas that the generous * Dinosara* sent samples of, even if I haven’t really liked them so far! This one looks like black tea leaves with flower petals mixed in. The dry scent is fantastic! It’s definitely some kind of strawberry-esque flavor – taking a look at the description reveals that this one is red fruits flavored. Yum!

Oh, yum yum. I’m so happy to have finally found a hit from these samples! The red fruit flavor in this tea is spot on, mostly strawberry in my opinion. It’s definitely candylike, in fact it reminds me of strawberry Bubble Tape gum, in the best way possible! I let most of mine get stone cold, and it was still super tasty, leading me to believe that this would make an awesome iced tea as well. I’ll make sure to pounce on the next Fauchon sale so I can get a tin of this one. Happiness indeed!

Flavors: Red Fruits, Strawberry

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

I also love this one and it is one of the hardest to get at sales… it sells out very fast! During the last Vente-privee sale I ordered a small gift box that had a 30g tin of this (along with several small pots of jam) just so I could get some more of it!

Cameron B.

I will totally camp the next sale for this one! :D

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