This note is for the black tea. But Full Moon Party exists in a green tea version.
These 2 teas are only available in the canister, this means it is a little bit expensive to taste.
If you love the Thé Pleine Lune of Mariage and his wonderful taste of almonds and vanilla you’ll probably enjoy this tea.
The difference is thin to be honnest but the Full Moon Party is maybe a little bit sweeter and you can feel the taste of delighted roses.
I think I won’t buy it again (In paris it costs 22 € for 100 gr – box included of course) and continue to buy my adored Pleine Lune tea.
Full Moon Party
Once upon a time there was a tall, midnight-black canister with a Harlequin figure dancing below a full, silvery moon inhabited by a magical rabbit.
The canister holds a black tea with spicy, almondy flavours featuring a floral note of roses. A sensual, gourmet experience.
The Harlequin urges us to reinvent our calendar of revels – on every night that a full moon rises we can henceforth dance, sing and promise the stars to whomever we wish
And the rabbit? He restores a childlike vision to us – the vision of Asian lands where a rabbit is companion to a goddess known for her elixir of long life, peace, and luck, as well as for her mooncakes