Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Almond, Bergamot, Cake, Dark Chocolate, Rose
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Oh my, this is such a sophisticated blend of floral, fruit, almonds, and chocolate. The dry leaf smells like a blend of chocolate-covered almonds, bergamot, and rose. Can I wear this as a perfume,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I wanted to try this one again after having Saint-Valentin from MF, since I believe they are fairly similar teas. This one has almond and chocolate listed in the ingredients, where as that one...” Read full tasting note
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From Dammann Freres

"Amore" flavored black tea

Whereas as a kiss, sweet as a promise, « Amore » in its own way celebrates love with care. A black tea, some flower petals, powdery notes of toasted almond, heliotrope and chocolate; some bergamot, pepper and rose essential oils, invite lovers in the sharing of a round sweet and fragrant.

Brewing time: 4 to 5 minutes

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1785 tasting notes

Oh my, this is such a sophisticated blend of floral, fruit, almonds, and chocolate. The dry leaf smells like a blend of chocolate-covered almonds, bergamot, and rose.

Can I wear this as a perfume, please? I imagine Marie Antoinette’s tea party to smell like this. Everyone’s dressed to the nines in their wigs and gowns. I can taste every single note in here. Nothing gets lost. The base is bold but I managed to prevent it from going bitter.

I’m so glad I got this one in the group order, and grateful to Marzipan that she was willing to split this one with me. It’s a winner.

Patricia

Sounds delicious!

Fjellrev

It’s pretty classy if you ask me!

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I wanted to try this one again after having Saint-Valentin from MF, since I believe they are fairly similar teas. This one has almond and chocolate listed in the ingredients, where as that one sticks to only bergamot and florals.

The almond isn’t really a distinct flavor, and I wouldn’t necessarily call this tea super chocolatey, but the chocolate notes are there, and I think the almond and chocolate come together to make some cakey goodness.

Of the two, I think I prefer this one for that reason, but they are both delicious (if you love bergamot and florals, which I do!).

Side note: my office is freezing and my throat is feeling sore. Should have stayed at home but the internet wasn’t working!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
CHAroma

For some reason, I thought I was looking at my tealog and not the dashboard. I read your note and couldn’t remember writing it. I literally thought to myself, “When was my internet not working?!” LOL! Ahhh, it’s one of those mornings.

Ysaurella

well I am wondering why they decided to call this tea KG Amore vs Amore in the French version of the website.sounds lovely anyway. Do you get rose while drinking it ?

Dinosara

I’ve noticed the KG in front of several of their teas, I don’t know what it stands for though. I tried to fix this entry to just “Amore” but it’s actually a double listing on Steepster so the KG has to stay for now…

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