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From Betjeman and Barton

We cannot guess if Jacques Tati would have enjoyed this tea! However, there is no doubt about it that it has a festive spirit. On a base of China and Ceylon teas, cinnamon and pepper combine their spicy touch with orange, currant, and vanilla flavouring.Sunflower and red rose petals add their colours to this well-prepared and promising feast!

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SIPDOWN! Thank you again ysaurella for this one. I think the contrast between this and the smokey taste i’m also drinking makes this tea tastes even lovelier this morning. The sweetness in this one makes the spiciness pop just a little more this morning and blends into a delicious cup for this morning.

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It was my morning tea. I was in the mood for an opulent tea because I was going to see an exhibition about the 1001 nights Tales(Arabian nights is the real tittle in English I think). A very beautiful exhibition, if some of you are in Paris, I highly recommend it:http://www.imarabe.org/exposition-ima-6415.

I really enjoyed my tea even if I found the tea base a little bit weak.
Fruits are very natural and perfectly balanced.
I’m the first one to review it as it seems B&B is not a brand very popular in North America (only one corner in a shop of Montréal)- It’s a pity because this brand is very nice. A good challenger for Mariage Frères.

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Let us know how the show was!


fantastic ! all areas were covered : printing, illustration, painting, photography, cinema,fashion, music and all periods from the creation of the book until today. And the pieces were coming from everywhere in the world.
Unfortunately…I have no pics to show because we are not allowed to take pics…Marketing is just killing emotion…as they just want us to buy the catalogue of the show…39 €…ignoring the pleasure we can have to take our own pics and the different choice we may have done to take one painting or not…

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