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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “Ohhhh Myyyy – This is absolutely delicious! It’s like tLeafTea’s China Rose and 52Tea’s Earl Grey Cheesecake had a love-child .. Actually with a name like Eros it was more likely a threesome,...” Read full tasting note
  • “I have been wanting to try this one for AGES and thanks to Rachel I am able to today…thanks so much girl! Aroma; black Tea, Flowers, something sweet, maybe fruity hints Post Infusion Color of...” Read full tasting note
  • “Eros tea is floral and fairly light. That being said, however, the lightness is deep, rich, and conveys a sense of yellow like a painting by Turner, who made yellow seem more exquisite than...” Read full tasting note
  • “I sipped on a cup of this while I was on the porch earlier and, I will admit, I was more concerned with the great weather than with of the taste of the tea so I’m not sure how much I really...” Read full tasting note

From Mariage Frères

Type of Tea: Black Flavored
Origin: China

Characteristics of Tea:
Delicately scented with Mauritius hibiscus and mallow flowers. Eros is a blend for lovers.

From Dean and Deluca:
Eros may be the Roman counterpart of Cupid, but we don’t think he’ll need to shoot any arrows to coax you into loving this terrific black tea scented with floral notes. Loose – so you can brew it the proper way – and fragrant, this is one tea you will want to send to someone you love.

Type of tea: Black Tea
Time to enjoy: Afternoon
Origin: Other Countries
Main flavour: Flowery

Amount of tea leaves: 2.5g
Best water temperature: 95 °C
Infusion time: 3-5 min

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In the tin, this smells more fruity than floral to me, which is surprising. The tea’s aroma after steeping is quite something. There’s a deep chocolatey smell to the tea with some citrusy/florally notes. MMMMMmmmmm.

The tea is clear and medium orange-brown.

Flavor-wise, there’s a chocolatey/mocha note that is pleasing. The floral/fruit is subtle and lovely. I have turned a corner on hibiscus and I now enjoy it, but I don’t think I’d recognize this as hibiscus. The combination of hibiscus and mallow is more like dragonfruit to me, though I get hibiscus in the aftertaste. But I have to look for it.

Definitely different, and quite tasty.

Flavors: Chocolate, Fruity, Mocha

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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It’s a decent tea, no doubt. I absolutely love almost everything by Mariage Freres, but this one is a bit too overpowering in the flowery department. But it’s not undrinkable, nor bad in any way. It just doesn’t rise to my idea of perfection that I like in my cup.

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