Thé au Sept Parfums

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Creamy, Drying, Fig, Plums, Rose, Sweet
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Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Thanks for this one a while ago, MissB! It’s a fruity Earl. Before I looked at the ingredients list again, I noticed every type of fruit BUT the fig mentioned. I swear it tastes more like...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m cranky, I’m tired, I have more than I can possibly do in 24hrs, so I want tea. Waaah. This really grew on me as I sipped it, and ended up quite delicious once cold. Sweet, a bit tart, creamy,...” Read full tasting note
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From Jardin du Thé

Mélange de thés de Chine et de Ceylan parfumé au citron, bergamote, figue fraîche, fleurs de lotus, pi tanga (cerise créole), et écorces d’orange. Parsemé de pétales de rose rouge et rose pâle, ce mélange fleuris-fruites est très rafraîchissent.

A mix of Chinese and Ceylan teas, perfumed with lemon, bergamot, fresh fig, lotus flowers, pi tanga (creole cherry blossoms), and pieces of orange. Mixed with red and pink rose petals, this floral-fruit mix is very refreshing.

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Thanks for this one a while ago, MissB! It’s a fruity Earl. Before I looked at the ingredients list again, I noticed every type of fruit BUT the fig mentioned. I swear it tastes more like strawberry, papaya, mango. So odd! Maybe that is the fig combining with the light and sweet bergamot. Anyway, I like it but the bergamot isn’t tough enough for me when I want bergamot. One teaspoon left though….

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I’m cranky, I’m tired, I have more than I can possibly do in 24hrs, so I want tea. Waaah.

This really grew on me as I sipped it, and ended up quite delicious once cold. Sweet, a bit tart, creamy, lightly-colored tan, there’s definitely some flower/rose French thing going on, and I want to say… plum? Fig? Something-something. Oddly granular, like there are a few floaties in this tea that I can’t quite figure out where they came from.

Pretty sure I passed most of this along, but couldn’t find it in the database, so I added it. Almost positive it’s Mariage Frères, but, well, can’t confirm 100%.

Lovely tea, likely a fantastic tea for someone who prefers these kinds of flavors.

Flavors: Creamy, Drying, Fig, Plums, Rose, Sweet

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
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I think it’s a damman tea. It does have apricot and fig in it if it is.

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