drank Chics Chocs by Péchés Mignons
73 tasting notes

This one comes from a small tea shop in my small town. The owner is super nice and very passionate about tea. He created a whole “line” of blends and each of them was named after a region or a special place in the province of Quebec, which I think is quite nice.

This one is named after some mountains. It was one of the first loose leaf teas I’ve ever tried, so it holds a special place in my heart. I don’t enjoy it as much as I used to because I’ve tasted so many amazing teas since then, but I still like it, especially in the morning.

I don’t know about all the ingredients, but it smells very fruity, mostly like berries, and every time I drink it I think of blueberries. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to be blueberry-flavoured, but that’s what I get with a strong black tea base. It’s nice, but not unforgettable.

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I’m quite new to tea. Like many people, the tea brand that got me started into loose leaf tea was Davids Tea. It was about 2 or 3 months ago. My first try was Pumpkin Chai and I was blown away.

I started mostly because I was looking for something that would satisfy my sugar cravings without all the calories, and also for the health benefits. I soon realized the world of tea was way larger than what I originally thought, and I’m glad I’m now a part of it !

I’m way intense when I get into something, so I bought too many kinds of loose tea leaf, trying to figure out which ones I would like best… So far, I mostly enjoy flavoured black, green or oolong teas. Anything floral, fruity, minty or sweet is great. I like dessert teas and also enjoy chai teas. The only thing I can’t stand is rooibos. I’ve tried several blends and I had to either give them away or put them in the trash.

Other stuff I’m into include traveling, language learning, TV series, yoga, Harry Potter, reading, writing, eating too much and hiking.


Rimouski, Québec, Canada

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