Perfumes of Provence

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Herbal White Blend
Calendula, Chamomile, Chrysanthemum, Jasmine Flowers, Lavender, Natural Bergamot Oil, Red Currant, Rose, White Tea
Bergamot, Creamy, Floral, Fruity, Lavender, Red Currant, Rose, Sweet
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From Magic Hour

Sip the mysteries of the perfume capital of the world and tour the south of France’s Provence region with this floral bouquet tea teeming with 7 flowers known to relax & soothe moods & beautify skin. A radiant blend of lavender, butterfly pea flower, chrysanthemum, roses, lavender and rare Silver Needle white tea steeps into a potion of calm & dreamy landscapes where the fields of flowers bloom into the most exquisite landscapes of May flower festivals.

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14850 tasting notes

Oof, that’s a lot of florals.

I don’t know if I seem to have enjoyed this tea as much as Daylon did, but I didn’t dislike it either. My first few sips were a little like drinking liquid potpourri, but then I acclimated. It’s very floral and I can see it being an immediate turn off to anyone who has even the tiniest sensitivity to rose or lavender. Especially the lavender. The bergamot also isn’t exactly light handed, though to Magic Hour’s credit they actually did a pretty exceptional job with not actually drowning out any of these florals with another. It’s strong, but pretty equally so.

I think I’d need to be in quite a particular mind space to reach for this one again though.

Daylon R Thomas

I think I rated that one based on comparison to the Crown Chakra/Lotus Mind one and the Libra. I personally thought those too were too potpourri like and liked this was a break from it. Then again, I love florals and bergamot, but I have to go for lighter steeps with that one to cut back on it, almost gong fu.

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1670 tasting notes

I thought this one was intended to be an oolong, but no, it’s a white tea for this month’s Wanderlust Collection. I was surprised there was no vanilla and expected a potpouiri vibe with all the flowers in it.

Trying it out, it actually nails a very balanced floral boquet in a clean glass of butterfly peaflower blue. Rose, red currant, bergamot, and lavender are the overall flavor with the chamomile base mending with the white base in a smooth clean body. The chrysantemum sweetens it, but thankfully, is not more dominant than the other florals. I kept coming back to it with just two teaspoons gong fu and tumbler style. Fortunately, I got a generous amount in my sample bag this time. It’s comparable to the Cancer blend and the Crown Chakra blend. This was actually what I wanted and hoped the crown blend to be like, so it’s a win.

It’s good coldbrew in a lazy tumbler style to. I could see myself finishing this one quickly. I still like Ravello a little bit more, but I also could grow more fond of this blue gem.

Flavors: Bergamot, Creamy, Floral, Fruity, Lavender, Red Currant, Rose, Sweet


Sounds like a real flower bomb tea!

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