Fleurs d'Oranger Oolong

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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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From Mariage Frères

Orange blossoms are delicately blended with a very fine Oolong tea from Taiwan. A magical mariage!

Traditionnal orange blossom flavoured blue semi-fermented tea.

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it doesn’t look like the picture, the blend is more foaming, wery swollen as well and it doesn’t look so dry as the picture shows.
I think I used a too cold water(85°c), that’s what the MF salesman required but I saw on MF website now they do recommend 95°c.
Also they ask to leave it for a long 7 min steep…I left less and it is bitter.
I just love so much orange blossoms I think I just spoiled my tea. I’ll try again tomorrow- I don’t rate it for now and just give myself a zero for preparing it so badly !

185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 45 sec

You are never a zero at anything


thank you Bonnie :)


I’ve also been surprised by the steeping time announced at Mariage for white tea – also 7 minutes.
The white tea I bought in Asia was to be steeped for less than 3 minutes.
The oolong I have (also bought here) only requires a 60 seconds first steep, at 95°.
Hope you’ll find the good steeping time, as I’m sure this blend can be lovely.
The zero is more deserved by the MF salesman IMO.

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A very good tea. a beautiful mariage for this Oolong tea blue with a note of orange.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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A sample from Ysaurella, and a long overdue tasting note! This was the first tea I tried from the MF samples she so graciously sent me. I followed the parameters she recommended — 5 minutes at 80 degrees. The resulting liquor is yellow-gold, and very smooth tasting. I was expecting a little astringency, for some reason, but fortunately there is none.

The oolong is floral, slightly buttery and “green” tasting on the whole. There’s a light flavour of orange blossom in the middle of the sip, but it fades relatively quickly. I’m finding it quite a calming, reflective tea, which is just what I need at work sometimes. It’s perfect for a late summer day, when there’s still some warmth but the seasons are definitely turning. If a tea could capture the last rays of sunlight on a grove of orange trees in blossom, this one would. I could wish the orange blossom was a little stronger or more lingering, but we can’t have everything we want in life. A beautiful cup.

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp

this note is so soothing.


the orange blossom is subtile in this Oolong. Orange blossoms candles are so relaxing too…love this flavour even in crêpes (pans)

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This is my favorite breakfast tea – a strong enough black to wake me up but with delicate orange flavor to mellow it ou. I drink it black. Makes a good iced tea, too.

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Found this in the back of my pantry – only 7g so I put the whole thing in 9oz to brew for 1min. Tastes like a mild black but with nice soft citrus notes. I think I remember it being smokier – not sure if age or the way I brewed it made the difference there but I like it.

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