I was pleasantly surprised by this unusually named tea bought from a souvenir shop from a marine life museum in Cherbourg – not the most usual of locations for tea shopping I know.
However, it has an attractive aroma, both in the leaf in once properly brewed.
Brew it quick (3mins) if you want it without milk, but leave it a bit longer (4mins) if you are a milk drinking person.
It never needs sugar, as the name would suggest it tastes sweet (but not unpleasantly so) already.
This is a good after lunch tea, relaxing but with muted fruity tones and a great aroma. I wouldn’t recommend after dinner as it might keep you awake, and not whilst eating either as then your mouth will have too many tastes in it and it would be too overpowering.
Would taste nice with a slice of almond cake or lemon drizzle cake.