India - "Thé des Maharajahs"

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195 °F / 90 °C

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From Mariage Frères

In memory of the sumptuous charms of Indian palaces, this tea dedicated to the happy lightness of young Maharajahs celebrates the union of Assam and darjeeling.

Its taste of hazel nut and vanilla is enhanced by a hint of citrus fruits. A joyful and precious tea.

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Orange canister with 100g of tea.

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I dunno. I was trying a sample which had been sitting oxidizing for days (till i felt like trying it) from a tin opened maybe 2 years ago (?more?). It´s not a fair trial. Keep that in mind. But since there seems to be very little about this tea that i can find on google, here goes my 2 cents.

Official description mentions hazelnut and vanilla and citrus. I spotted the citrus, bergamot-ish indeed to my nose, vanilla yeah now that you mention it, but I did not get any hazelnut (old tea, remember. a fresh tin might be another matter). It seems like it has some Darjeeling on it. And it reminds me a bit (bergamot, vanilla) of Thé au Tibet. But it really is not fresh tea so it is unfair to compare.

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195 °F / 90 °C

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Great use of the hazlenut with the vanilla.

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