Un Soir De Noel

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Cake, Caramel, Orange
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Gourmet tea with warm aromas of caramel, pineapple, sweet orange and maraschino.

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Advent from Dustin Day 6
A new to me brand and tea! Smells like cake batter. Tastes like white cake, caramel, and bit of orange. As it cools, the light orange becomes a candied orange peel. Absolutely love this tea, and will happily repurchase.

Flavors: Cake, Caramel, Orange


Fauchon ❤

Devon Bartholomew

omg sounds fabulous

Cameron B.

Unfortunately Fauchon teas are difficult to come by outside of France, but I wish you the best of luck! ❤


I just had a cup of this yesterday. It’s really grown on me.
I think we need to figure out which of us will be in Paris next and send them to the Fauchon store with a list for a group order! And knowing our tea consumption as a group, we’d have to pay for an extra suitcase for the return flight!


Cameron- cries Just my luck.
Dustin- Thank you so much for sharing, it’s wonderful. I love that idea! We certainly would need an extra suitcase.

Martin Bednář

It seems it is possible to order it within Europe, shipping for 12,90 €. Quite pricy shipping.

Martin Bednář

Oh sorry everyone; I haven’t checked the details. So shipping to me would be 17,00 € for less than 3kg package; 19,00 € for parcel 3-10 kg. I don’t think it would be heavier, but just in case, >10 kg it’s 30,00 €. No orders of macarons though :(


This sounds amazing.


@Martin- Not too bad if split between a few people. I wonder if anyone would be interested in a group order?

Martin Bednář

I bet there will be people interested but I guess it will be after holidays the soonest :D

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1549 tasting notes

I steeped this then had to walk away from it for 40 minutes. When it was still hot I took a few sips. The main flavor then was caramel, which is likely what I was drawn to when smelling it in the store. There was a little orange mixed in on the sip at that point. Now that I come back to it cooled I get orange at the start of the sip that lingers until the finish when a hint of cherry and something else (the pineapple?) appear. I can’t pick out the caramel once it has cooled. Strange how much it changes with the temperature!

When I was visiting the Fauchon store in Paris, they had out little samples of the dry tea to smell. Since I can’t read French, I was relying on scent to make my choices. The scent is very heavy on the caramel when it’s dry with a hint of the fruit, mostly orange, behind it. I likely would have avoided it if I knew pineapple was involved, but I’m glad I didn’t know because I’m enjoying this one so far.

Edit* Second steeping goes right into orange flavors even when freshly steeped. It has good flavors, but I think I prefer the first steep with caramel.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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