Cours Mirabeau

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Advent day 14. This smells like some citrusy candy from a vague childhood memory. This is such a strange blend of various citrus. I can’t quite name which fruit I’m tasting. It’s bright, crisp and...” Read full tasting note

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Give in to the citrus fruit notes of this green tea
The infusion of this flavored green tea will seduce you by its very fruity and vegetable side, unveiling a blend of citrus fruits for your taste buds’ greatest pleasure. Before brewing it, the perfumes that are released from these large whole green tea leaves, decorated with citrus fruit peels, already promise a beautiful tasting, through citrus fruit and lemon flavors.

With a water colored of golden yellow, a round and mellow texture on the palate, the olfactory comes together with the visual and taste to perfect this cup of green tea, with a long-finish ending on a note of citrus fruits.

Then you will let your senses take great delight in the cool and sour flavors of this House’s creation, on a Chinese green tea base, while enjoying the present moment.

A green tea on the theme of laziness…
This flavored green tea with major notes of citrus fruits will delight your taste buds in a whirl of coolness and refinement, through notes of lemon, clementine, orange… This tea is completing THEODOR’s ‘Laziness’ Essence, next to other blends, with or without theine, calling for relaxation through fruity notes full of vitamins.

A flavored green tea that is going to offer you the perfect cup for a delicious tasting and a moment of break, of lightness, of lazing about…

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Advent day 14. This smells like some citrusy candy from a vague childhood memory. This is such a strange blend of various citrus. I can’t quite name which fruit I’m tasting. It’s bright, crisp and sweet. I added a little cream and sugar, then forgot my cup until it cooled. I’m enjoying it chilled quite a bit now. This would be fantastic iced. Not quite sure if it makes my buying list, but I have two more tea bags to decide.
This calendar was expensive. Maybe around $80? It was a splurge, but I’m delighted to say that the portions and detail put into this are pretty big. Most days have three tea bags when a lot of other brands do only one. I’m already tempted to get one next year.

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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