No. 712 Les Métrofolies

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Black Tea
Chinese Black Tea, Citrus Peel, Cocoa Nibs, Cornflower Petals, Honeybush, Licorice Root, Rose Petals, Vanilla Pieces
Caramel, Creamy, Orange, Vanilla
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From Paper & Tea

An ambrosial blend of organic black tea, cocoa, sweet orange, and bits of creamy vanilla

Indulge your sweet-toothed senses with this playful mélange of a smooth organic Chinese black regaled by rich cocoa nibs, zesty orange, and creamy vanilla. It’s delightful exhilaration in a cup, to be enjoyed with your favorite dessert or rather in and of itself.

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Adventaggedon Day 11: Tea 5/7

Started my morning with a teacup of this tea, some biscotti, and a few chapters from a book – it was a nice and calm start to the weekend which is good because I could definitely use a little rest.

This is one of my favourite teas from Paper & Tea yet. I felt like their tasting notes from the overwrap were pretty damn spot on! Aromatic notes of freshly zested oranges, boozier syrupy Grand Marnier, buttery biscuits, vanilla, and just a hint of cocoa. More of the orange than anything else – but just lots of harmonious flavours all in all!

I paired it with a chocolate orange biscotti that I bought while I was last grocery shopping. I just figured that statistically it seemed pretty likely that I would be getting at least one chocolate/orange tea in one of the advents because that seems to be a flavour combination that always pops up each year. So I had it locked and loaded ready to be paired. More specifically dunked! It was delicious!

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1222 tasting notes

Happy Thanksgiving fellow Steepster people who celebrate it. We do not.

But why not to be thankful one day. But why only one day. I am thankful for every single day.

But the tea… gets same rating as their Perfect Day. It was great as well. I got nice and quite strong base, with caramel sweetness from it. Vanilla smoothness and little of its flavour. Vanilla creamyness. Delish. And in the end of sip I noticed orange flesh. It wasn’t peel flavour (which should be in), but the inside of the citrus. Great. I couldn’t notice much of chocolate which should be in, but maybe next time. I have two tea bags left.

Single steep (although two are possible, according to them).

Flavors: Caramel, Creamy, Orange, Vanilla

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

Yes indeed. We are thankful for each day and each person for sure.


Mm.. caramel orange sounds more unique than chocolate orange :)

Evol Ving Ness

Caramel and vanilla with anything is the great uniting force.

Martin Bednář

Just do not expect super strong flavours. It is a bit more hidden than I would expect, but I have found those flavours in. Not overpowering the base, no “boom” in the mouth. Just gently flavoured.

Evol Ving Ness

Sometimes gently flavoured is exactly what is needed.

Martin Bednář

Indeed it is Evol Ving Ness. Many teas are overflavoured in my opinion. This is other side of spectrum. But still nice!

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