Macaron

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Indian Black Tea, Natural Almond Flavor, Pink Peppercorn, Raspberry, Rose Petals
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  • “This is likely the exact same blend as in their old Raspberry Macaron packaging but I added this to the library when I initially got this anyway. The dry leaf smells ultra rosy and there is a...” Read full tasting note
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A sweet tea with the almondy and fruity flavours of a raspberry and rose macaron.

Un thé noir de Darjeeling, racé et tonifiant, des arômes de framboise et d’amande : Macaron de FAUCHON s’inspire librement de la pâtisserie emblématique du même nom. L’odorat, curieux, perçoit d’abord l’acidulé de la framboise. Première gorgée : la saveur franche de l’amande dévoile une alchimie exquise et colorée de fruit rouge, rose et lotus, ponctuée par la tonalité épicée du poivre rose. Une création ludique.

Ingredients: Black tea (India), rasberry flavour, pink pepper, rose petals 1%, almond flavour, rose-lotus flavour.

Steeping time: 4 minutes

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This is likely the exact same blend as in their old Raspberry Macaron packaging but I added this to the library when I initially got this anyway. The dry leaf smells ultra rosy and there is a generous smattering of pink peppercorns here and there.

It’s like drinking liquid rose petals with an ultra astringent Darjeeling base. Such a dry mouthfeel, even with milk. There is no almond in this whatsoever, so it definitely doesn’t resemble a macaron, in my opinion. As for the raspberry, I only get a tiny hint of it in the aftertaste, like a good two minutes after my last sip. Not my favourite Fauchon. I think this would have worked better with a not-so-astringent base and perhaps a more prominent almond note. Maybe not so much rose, either. That says a lot coming from a rose fan!

Nattie

Yep, that sounds like the same Raspberry Macaron. I felt the exact same way about it, too.

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