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Tea type: flavoured green tea

Brand: Palais Des Thés

How to prepare it: 3 minutes, 75°C (167 °F)

Dry scent:

It's extremely sweet and strong and the first thing that I have thought firstly was: gianduia chocolate. There are also vanilla notes and its sweetness is so powerfull that at the the end seems to be closer to a chocolate liqueur.

Liquor's colour:

Dark orange / light brown.

Liquor's scent:

Smooth and gentle, with chocolate notes and some herbal hint from the green tea.


Still smooth and gentle, with that alchool feeling of vanilla/chocolate liqueur. It's really consistent with its dry scent; really sweet. At the end there a few herbal notes, but never bitterness or sourness. It leaves a light, sweet aftertaste.


Really a particular tea, unusual. It remebers me gianduia chocolate mostly, but also vanilla at the same time. It's

really sweet, but never too much to be sickly or annoying. It's dry scent is something really incredible.

My score is 8.25/10


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