First : Ruby Woo Scarlett, Mélissa, you are both right : Rouge d’Automne exists in 3 versions : Black, Green and Rooibos.
I do agree the name of the tea itself is confusing as for a French speaker Rouge means as well rooibos – Most of French people probably use more thé rouge than rooibos)
Initially when I added this tea to the steepster database it was for the black blend (the only one I tasted)
So my note is for the Black version : I am desesperately in love with Rouge d’Automne.
First time I tasted it was during a lunch at Mariages & Frères. A tea is included in the menu as beverage and I wanted to taste especially this one.
I sniffed it before the Lunch and wanted to buy a full bag and wanted to ensure it wouldn’t be a mistake.
It was definitively not a mistake : the Vanilla + Chestnut are just a dream : a creamy and sweet dream.
The mix is really working fine – It may be not a very subtile mix, definitevely not the finest Mariage tea but I do really love it and I do really love it very very very much.