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drank Chics Chocs by Péchés Mignons
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Today, I decided to try a tea from a small company in the Quebec province: Péchés Mignons. They decided to develop their own tea blends and they call this collection “La Route des Thés”. The name of the blend that I was trying, reflects a specific region of Quebec (Chics Chocs).

This tea is very delicate smell: I detect blueberries, maple… bergamot. Where is vanilla?

In taste, the black tea is here but the flavoured of blueberries dominate and it surprises me. I was afraid that the bergamot was too strong and hide the tea (this is the reason why I hate Earl Grey!). The sweetness part is delicate (maple).

Well, for me, it’s a good tea: black tea are here and the ingredients don’t hide it. My little deception is that it’s been difficult to search for the maple and vanilla.

Flavors: Bergamot, Blueberry, Maple, Vanilla

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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drank Métis by Péchés Mignons
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This is another one from a local tea place in my small town. It’s a floral green tea, mostly flavoured by rose. I guess you have to be a fan of floral teas to enjoy it, but I am so it’s perfect for me ! It tastes exactly like what roses smell. I guess that’s not for everybody lol. My friend says she used to eat rose candy when she was younger and it tastes exactly the same. I don’t know about rose candy but this tea is serious stuff !

Right now I’m drinking it mixed with White Chocolate Frost from David’s Tea, which may sound weird but is actually amazing. It becomes a creamy rose tea with mint. Wow.

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drank Chics Chocs by Péchés Mignons
73 tasting notes

This one comes from a small tea shop in my small town. The owner is super nice and very passionate about tea. He created a whole “line” of blends and each of them was named after a region or a special place in the province of Quebec, which I think is quite nice.

This one is named after some mountains. It was one of the first loose leaf teas I’ve ever tried, so it holds a special place in my heart. I don’t enjoy it as much as I used to because I’ve tasted so many amazing teas since then, but I still like it, especially in the morning.

I don’t know about all the ingredients, but it smells very fruity, mostly like berries, and every time I drink it I think of blueberries. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to be blueberry-flavoured, but that’s what I get with a strong black tea base. It’s nice, but not unforgettable.

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