Parisian Romance

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From Mad Pots of Tea

Words of inspiration: Paris, Autumn, Burgundy, Rose, Violet, Very early morning, fig, Toasty, Aromatic, Intense, Creative.

Contains: Darjeeling, Rooibos, Rose Petals, Violets, Figs, Apricots,Orange Cranberries, Allspice, Cinnamon, and Savory.

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I recently did something I’ve wanted to do since I joined Steepster – I got my PersonaliTea done!

You answer a variety of questions, and Madam Potts does her magic. Three weeks later your PersonaliTea arrives at your door with a lovely card explaining the tea, where she drew her inspiration from in your questionnaire, and some brewing instructions.

My tea was beautiful! Flower petals and fruit galore! It smelled wonderful and unusual. I was surprised to see Savory as an ingredient! Once I brewed the tea, it made sense, though. It was the ingredient that gave the blend gravitas, and dare I say its unique personality! I was a little freaked out because yes, I love Rose and Violet, fig and spice, (i.e. the pretty and exotic) but I do have a deep core of seriousness running through me, and Madame totally got that! I’m so pleased! The allspice/cinnamon/fig/Darjeeling (I would say a second flush) synergy? Off the charts delicious. Like spiced apple figs soaked in port or maybe brandy. Like something your French grandmother might have a secret recipe for. The rooibos gives it depth but it doesn’t taste roiboos-y. And one more thing – the color! It’s this gorgeous golden not quite amber. I wish I had a glass tea cup for this one! (I think I need to invest in a glass tea cup for this one!)

I am pretty amazed that Madam Potts was able to capture so many nuances of my personality in a tea! It’s definitely one that everyone might not like, a little strange and unexpected, a little old-fashioned and European, a little flowery.

I highly enjoyed my experience, and I look forward to many, many cups of this tea!

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

oh my what fun!!


Hmmm….I don’t know that shredded book pages would taste very well steeped and I’m sure that would show up in my T-quiz!

Hesper June

I had not heard of this. Sounds fun!

Daisy Chubb

Wha – so unique and so you!


I had not heard of this either! I will try this once I have money again! :)


sounds interesting….


I love Maddam Potts! Her blends are AMAZING! I did a company profile on her last year and I’m still in love with my blend. If anyone ever wants to swap tea blend samples, PM me! :)


KeenTeaThyme – That’s so neat that she hit your nail on the head, too!


I love the name of this company!


Oh my! That sounds fun and amazing! LOL!


OK, I went for it. I’ll try to remember to come back and report!


Barb – please do! I would love to hear!


That sounds beyond lovely! :)


I did it, Jacqueline! I am so excited….how long does it take for it to come?


Sorry! Just re-read your post and saw it is three weeks!


ashmanra – the anticipation is definitely part of the fun :) Every time I would wonder what in the world my tea would be like, I’d get butterflies!

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