Champagne White Tea Fleury Doux

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Raise your teacups in a special toast with this celebratory blend of high grown estate Ceylon black tea, bio-dynamic Darjeeling, organic white peony, organic rose petals and a muscatel grape essence. This magnificent concoction delivers sweet, crisp, floral notes with a full-bodied finish of muscatel grapes.

Water Temperature: 185 F degrees
Caffeine Content: Medium Bold
Steep Time: 3-5 minutes
Ingredients: Organic and Biodynamic Black Loose Leaf Tea, Organic White Peony, Rose Petals, Natural Flavors
Origin: Art of Tea Blend

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Art of Tea is a tea importer and wholesaler based in Los Angeles, California. We hand blend and custom craft the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals. Our teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

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1112 tasting notes

I’ll be lazy and repeat what I wrote on twitter about this tea:

Rosy and wine-like and where is my chaise lounge?

Now Original Steepster Content:

Fans of Rosy Earl Grey – I think you would really enjoy this. It is in the same spirit (lightly rosy and makes you feel like a very elegant millionaire) but different too (no jasmine). The white tea is REALLY good in this one. Blends with the Darjeeling like no one’s business. Brings a softness and yes, a champagne quality. Rosé Brut Champagne, actually (no bubbles, and hot, but… oooh there’s an idea. In the summer, brew this strong-ish and mix with seltzer!).

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that this is fantastic and I love it!

Art of Tea, you are blowing my mind this week!

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I picture you drinking this and wearing a rose pink feather boa dahling…someone should be bringing you a box of Godiva Chocolates about now don’t you think! Ring the bell!


Ding ding ding!!!

I like your mental image!!! I was going to say peeled grapes, but chocolates are always the right answer!


You need to wear a tiar rah rah, as Eva Gabor called, while sipping.


Oh and pink fur ball poofy high heeled slippers and the satin and fur trim robe to match and diamonds and a poodle!

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6770 tasting notes

This one smells subtly grape-like but it’s really hard to see/locate the black tea – most of it’s white tea. I understand that they probably did it this way so they don’t overpower the white tea with the black tea but again I’m having a hard time locating/see the actual black tea!

The flavor is very much a white tea tasting base with lovely grape-like notes and rose hints, as well. It makes a great gulping-cold-brewed tea and delicious sipping-white/blended tea as well!

Purely delightful!

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358 tasting notes

Oh, I really love this one. It’s a beautiful blend with big tea leaves and pretty rose petals. There is a light, sweet grape aroma that just makes me happy. The flavor is lightly sweet with a floral note. The aftertaste is heavenly – sweet grapes and rose. I added a little sweetener and then some milk. The sweetener brought out more of the grapey notes, and although I was hesitant to try the milk, it actually added a nice creaminess to the cup. This is one that I would definitely purchase again! It’s like a warm summer day with meadows of flowers and sunshine in a teacup!

-Dry blend has large black, brown and green tea leaves with pink and yellow rose petals.
-Dry leaves smell of sweet grapes. Tea liquor aroma is of floral rose with a hint of grape.
-Tea liquor is a clear dark yellow color.
-Faintly sweet flavor with a light floral finish. Soft sweet grape and rose aftertaste.
-Best with sweetener. Milk optional.
-Excellent tea. Delicate and sweet grape flavor with a hint of perfumey rose.

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Sounds lovely!

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1231 tasting notes

Spiffy white and black tea blend! This one is mostly crisp white tea in flavor, but with a hint of black tea that adds some extra body. Plenty of dry grape flavor (with a bit of dryness at the end of sip) and rose. The grape flavor is on the artificial side, and pretty much the same “champagne” tea flavoring in a couple other tea blends, but I do like how that bit of black tea in this blend adds extra interest to the tea.

Full review on my blog, The Oolong Owl

Back to crocheting on my assembly line of Tea Owl wings. So many wings!

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