Fauchon Blend Tea

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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Finest Ceylon (50%) and China (50%) blend, scented with citrus, lavender and vanilla. Without milk. What a delicious tea.

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a sample of this came to me by way of ifjuly.

hardly slept, thumped out of bed after a few hours sleep and threw the rest of my sample in my mug as an incentive eye opener.

the first time round i wasn’t inspired… good but not great, i guess? this morning it was awesome though! exhaustion? timing…. wait wait…. i didn’t rinse out my mug from the aloe vera berry last night.

wow, do those blends blend well! even as an oops.

and i’m off again. (insert whoosh sound)

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

huh, interesting! and i hope you get more sleep soon. (:

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I’m on a roll with these French tea lately! This one came to me from MissB a while back. One of my couple lovely surprise boxes from her. So generous so many if my steepster friends are! Anyways. This tea.
Yet another geniusely made tea tea from Fauchon!
First sip is pure bliss and vanilla.
After note of lavender on the tongue and then citrus!
Great base teas! Whatever Fauchon uses as their base is heavenly!!!
Another great cup!

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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This tea is complicated and high-class. I rated low because, to be a bit cliche, iti s not my cup of tea. I don’t usually go for the floral blends, and the lavendar in here throws me off. Also, I am not a huge fan of the citrus.

That said, the vanilla pulls thruogh nicely, and the tea underneath is clear and vibrant. I can taste the ceylon a bit, but whatever the Chinese black is, it comes through stronger. The first waves of flavor are the vanilla tones, followed by a quick burst of lavender, followed by the tea flavors, then some more lavendar. It is smooth and buttery, and the lemon really finishes strong.

I rated a bit lower than I might have because I don’t like it as much, but higher than I might have because it is clearly a nice tea.

185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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My dad brought me this tin from London two years ago, but it was lost in the middle of my mess ever since. What a wonderful surprise it was to find it today. Lovely blend, the added flavors are strong but just enough so you can still taste the black tea underneath.

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