163 Tasting Notes
I was absolutely fascinated that this tea brand has been around since the 1600s. I watched a youtube vid of someone explaining why this tea would not have been the exact one that Marie would have drank but its fun nonetheless. Sounds super fancy with apples and roses growing from Versailles. Anyway, when I first got it the floral apple scent was quite overwhelming and I didn’t like it at first. Until I began adding milk and sugar. Then I loved it. I’m a fan. Kinda pricy…. But maybe worth an occasional treat
Flavors: Apple, Rose
Ooh wee its been awhile since Ive written a review. I’ve slowed down a bit on the tea drinking. But this is just your basic chamomile. Nothing to go crazy for but also a good staple. You can use it for a lot of stuff other than drinking. Its calming and soothing on the skin and you can add to DIY masks. Still just basic tho
I love, love, love grapefruit. Which is why I bought this. It really doesn’t have any grapefruit flavor. And barely any vanilla. It almost has the nutrigrain note I’ve had in a few other teas. Once your cup is empty it does leave a pleasant vanilla scent .But really it’s quite tasteless. Also…the caffeine must be really high because I have the worst time sleeping after drinking this. I tried to hurry through this by cold brewing. I’m on my last little bit. Thank goodness!
This tea sounds amazing… lavender? Bergamot? Sign me up. Unfortunately the lavender taste is just not there but I see the little buds in there so i know I am at least getting some of the Lavender benefits. The bergamot is mild too. Its just a mild tea and the base is not too crazy. I like it and enjoyed the tin but its not a must have.