La Creme

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Cream, Vanilla
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Edit tea info Last updated by Erin
Average preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 4 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 400 ml

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  • “I found myself craving this one all day! It’s on its way to becoming a favourite. I wish it was good for more than one steep but it gets weak and weird on the second infusion. Bah. At this rate...” Read full tasting note
  • “Still around just not a lot of variety in the cupboard these days. I miss the types of tea shops that were around like 3-4 yrs ago. Most either don’t shop to canada without paying a billion...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I tried this tea a long time ago because I was trying to replicate Harney & Sons ‘Paris’ tea. This is nothing like that. So I’m reviewing it again because a) I wasn’t on Steepster when I had it...” Read full tasting note
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From Tealish

With the taste of delicate french cream and rich indian black tea, this is our perfect version of a simple pleasure. Blended with premium black tea and vanilla bits, this tea will take you anywhere you’d like to go. We suggest a tiny ivy covered balcony in Paris. Tres chic.

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I found myself craving this one all day! It’s on its way to becoming a favourite. I wish it was good for more than one steep but it gets weak and weird on the second infusion. Bah. At this rate I’ll have to go back to Tealish soon.

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Still around just not a lot of variety in the cupboard these days. I miss the types of tea shops that were around like 3-4 yrs ago. Most either don’t shop to canada without paying a billion dollars for shipping or they are “local” and have stevia in every blend. My US tea mule is moving across the country in a few weeks and let’s be honest, the border isn’t really open. sigh just depressing really lol

Autistic Goblin

I would say that Teavivire is still the best place to get tea shipped to Canada from China. It’s been awhile since I’ve ordered though because I haven’t been drinking much tea lately which is why my stash is so big at the moment.

Sil

I love teavivre and yunnan sourcing for straight teas….i’m seriously lacking in flavoured though :(

Autistic Goblin

A friend shipped me stuff from Silk Road as it’s cheaper for her to ship it to me than it is for me to buy it. It also made a great Christmas gift.

Evol Ving Ness

Miss you, Sil.

Evol Ving Ness

Also, the gazillion dollars in shipping and exchange charges etc. seem to be rising, so there’s that.

Kaylee

I feel like this shift to stevia happened mostly in just the past couple of years, too, so it caught me off guard – like it was gradual and then suddenly all at once. Sorry that getting flavored teas has gotten so hard, that sucks. :-(

mrmopar

Hi Sil! You talked to Terri lately? I miss both you guys on here.

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I tried this tea a long time ago because I was trying to replicate Harney & Sons ‘Paris’ tea. This is nothing like that. So I’m reviewing it again because a) I wasn’t on Steepster when I had it the 1st time and b) I want to give it an honest chance.

Aroma both dry and steeped is very vanilla-y. I’m having it black, but I suspect this would be good for a latte. A friend passed by my desk and I asked her to smell the steeped tea. She said it smelled like a pastry, which to me seems like a good thing. ;) The taste is definitely bold because it’s a black tea. The vanilla is very pronounced and there is no nasty lingering aftertaste. Much better than I remember this tea being.

Flavors: Cream, Vanilla

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

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