drank Le Voyageur by Mariage Frères
113 tasting notes

I wasn’t completely sold on this tea, but I will try it again.

I tried it in the restaurant, and because I wasn’t allowed to have it with any sweeteners like honey or sugar, it was quite strong and black. It wasn’t bitter because it was brewed very well but it had a very robust flavour.

The blurb gives future tea-tasters no idea as to what’s actually in the tea, but I think from memory it was two types of black teas from India – Assam and something else, perhaps.

In future, I’d like to try this tea with honey and milk, or black with lemon because I have a feeling it’ll be a brilliant tea once I tailor it to my tastes.

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After all that, I suppose the only question left is:

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