Thé Jardin Bleu Royal

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Black Fruit Blend
Black Tea, Cornflower Petals, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Rhubarb
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 306 ml

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Thé Jardin Bleu Royal (Royal Garden Blue Tea): Non-smoked China and India tea blend with rhubarb and wild strawberry flavours, scattered with cornflower and belianthus petals.

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Finally opened this one as I’ve cleanly polished off a couple of other flavoured black teas (it’s easy to accumulate lots when they all sound so good!) – have been looking forward to it for a while. The first and last time I drank this tea was in Covent Garden, with my girlfriend, over pastries, and I remembered it being so, so sweet and delicious…

Funnily, it’s not giving me the same sweet surprise this time round! I’m finding familiarity in the cornflower and wild strawberry flavours as are in Yumchaa’s Notting Hill, although it’s a little more floral to begin with, and leaves a splendid, slightly acidic finish with the rhubarb. The black tea base is definitely there but it doesn’t overpower the added flavours at all – I think this might become my next comforting go-to tea once I run out of Notting Hill.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Thank you to the person who shared this in the box a long while ago.

And it’s a belatedly posted sipdown!

#long time ago internet hiatus sipdown

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Sipdown (168)

Made this as a teapop and for some reason it has a lot of vanilla flavor to it. I think I definitely preferred this cold brewed because that brought out more of the fruitier flavors. It is a nice tea but I am okay saying good bye to this. Still its fun to try. Thank you Sil for the share :)

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GCTTB5 Box 2.

After trying this tea, then reading the reviews, I definitely get a different taste then most other people.

The dry tea and brewed tea smells like creamy blueberry. Which I was not expecting at all.

The brewed tea is very thick, milky and creamy. There is a definite cornflower petal taste. The black base is very light and smooth. The only fruit taste I am getting is blueberry, no strawberry. The blueberry may be a bit of the rhubarb but I wouldn’t have guessed that without reading the description of this tea.

It is definitely good. I like the creaminess of this tea. It feels like a very luxurious tea.

200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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GCTTB5 box#2

This was a lovely tea with prominent notes of strawberry and rhubarb. I am not sure that I would have picked out those flavours though if I would have tasted this blind. It is slightly floral in the black tea base, or maybe due to the addition of the flower petals. Very enjoyable.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Another sipdown and man am I going to miss this tea! It tastes of the most luscious yet delicate red berries… Almost like the first berries of the season, not overly juicy like the over ripe berries at the end of summer that you want to make into jams or pies but instead light and delicate, the type of berries you want to just eat straight off the bush and savor the complexity… Hmm, I think I should do some baking soon :)

This tea really reminds me of times backcountry camping in Alaska in Summer when we would come across wild blueberries and devour them straight off the bush, sweet yet tart and oh so juicy (except this tea tastes like strawberries, rhubarb and cherries not blueberries!)

An amazing spring tea treat!

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A share likely from Sil, this tea didn’t really have any aroma dry, but the cup had a really nice (though light) sort of… blue raspberry flavour? (I’m probably swayed by “bleu”, but it was definitely a fruity, somewhat tangy, flavour). It was really quite nice, although that flavour mysteriously had dissipated by the time I finished the cup in the morning.

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I tried this one out today as i have a swap buddy who wants to taste this and i figured i should at least try a few of the teas before sending it off. this is a lovely tea – it’s reminiscent of those “red fruit teas” that you can pick up from DF, MF and a multitude of other french companies while still NOT being those teas. I’m not sure if that makes sense, but i’m tired of red fruit teas…and this one i would still drink.


I had it, just a cup, not long ago! It is OK, but kind of dammann-ish – they themselves have a jardin bleu tea which is not too different from this one (but not quite the same if my nose remembers rights)


i prefer this one to the DF version, though that’s memory speaking and i couldn’t say why. A nice tea for the summer i think

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Prominent fruity, berry-like smell, similar to a light fruit punch. The smell of this blend really reminds me of strawberries and cream oatmeal. The only way to get this in the U.S. is to call Laduree’ store in NYC directly.
For more info please see my full review:

Boiling 4 min, 45 sec

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5 tasting notes

This is one of my all-time favorites. I wish I could order more online!

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