Secret of Love

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Caramel, Green Beans, Nuts, Sweet, Vegetal
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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Secret of Love Tea Blend is a celebration of fresh white tea leaves & caramel notes of roasted chestnut. A sweet bouquet & tiny white flowers adorn this full leaf white tea. These Bai Yun tea leaves impart a great body & flavor which lasts over multiple infusions. Sipping this dessert tea is like indulging in a slice of decadent white wedding cake… without the calories! A perfect complement to any occasion – from a grand wedding to an intimate bridal shower, or a sweet reminder of your special day for your guests to take home.

Ingredients: Organic Bai Yun White Tea, Jasmine Flowers, Roasted Chestnut Flavoring

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818 tasting notes

Still freaking delicious! I need more of this one. Sweet chestnutty goodness!! It’s definitely on my reorder list!


Chestnut! Now there’s a flavour you don’t see too often in tea.


You have my curiosity on this one because the Lupicia Chaud les Marrons does not hit me right and I still have a lot of it.


DianaK – I’m out of it now, but thinking about restocking. They have a Labor Day sale at 25% off, so if I do, I’ll bring you some to try!

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76 tasting notes

I can’t imagine how they came up with the name for this. It has a very strong caramel (chestnut apparently) cake aroma. I don’t detect any jasmine. I really don’t know if I agree with the white tea base here, all I can taste is caramel cake. It’s good and all, I just prefer complexity in my tea. I’m gonna mix this with a chai next time, or something with orange and cinnamon. Mulling spices maybe? Anyway, caramel cake would be a much better name for this tea.

My Friend Rashad

This flavor would be AWESOME with a Tieguanyin base.


The name is a bit lame, sounds like a saop opera title « Secret of Looooove» LOL!

My Friend Rashad

Well, I’m a total sap. I must admit the name is the only reason I added it to my order. I thought maybe it would be a very romantic tea.


Hahaha! Nothing wrong with that Rashad, on the contrary, the world is a better place with romance in it :-) Sorry this tea was such a let down then :-(

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183 tasting notes

I almost didn’t buy this tea because it has jasmine in it. The roasted chestnut sounded good, though, so I ordered it.

I’m glad I did. I don’t taste the jasmine, and the chestnut/caramel flavour comes through well. This reminds me of a light version of Toffee Dream by Zen Teas. I think I prefer the weight of Toffee Dream, but this is still pretty good.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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894 tasting notes

What an interesting tea. The dry leaf looks like a white tea with lots of jasmine flowers, so the intense caramel scent on opening the package is quite a surprise.

The wet leaf and tea soup maintain that intense caramel, but there’s also a vegetal note that’s green beany, which I’m not really loving.

However, the flavour is excellent. Nutty and caramel sweet, with enough of the white base coming through in a vegetal note. Clear golden soup with a medium body and not even a bit of bitterness or astringency.

Definitely not what I would have expected from looking at the leaf – there’s not a hint of jasmine to be found in the flavour or smell, but all in all really lovely.

Flavors: Caramel, Green Beans, Nuts, Sweet, Vegetal

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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340 tasting notes

So as far as I can tell, this tea is pretty much identical to The Tea Spot’s “White Wedding Tea”. Which is pretty much what I was hoping for when I ordered it, so yay? Anyway, it’s quite lovely: light and sweet and caramel-y (from the chestnut flavouring). The jasmine flowers are there, but I don’t really perceive any jasmine flavour. It’s yummy.

Flavors: Caramel

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec 3 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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988 tasting notes

Since I was on a roll with Chaud Les Marrons, I thought I’d give this other chestnut-flavoured tea a go. It was savoury like before, but the base was a tad more vegetal this time.

I’m still kind of bemused by the fact that the last time I tried this, it tasted like pretzels. Tongues. They’re weird and interesting. shrug

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619 tasting notes

I’ve had this in my cupboard for awhile and have had lots of cups from it. I even ordered more in February so this is definitely one of my favourite teas. An unusual tea to have this early in the morning but I already got a punch from my genmatcha tea. I love the chestnut flavour mixed with the delicate white. There is Jasmine in this but I don’t taste it. Doesn’t matter. It’s still a great brew.

Flavors: Nuts

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