Le Thé Merveilleux

Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Almond, Marzipan, Apple, Cinnamon, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Palais Des Thes Advent Calendar Day 21: This one sounded really good pistachio and almond yum. The dry sachet however smelled very strong like almond extract or something. Brewed up it’s a very...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Palais des Thés Advent Calendar – Day 21 (from November backlog) The Marvelous Tea! Sorry, the name of this just cracks me up… It also claims to be “bursting with flavours and emotions” which is...” Read full tasting note
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From Palais des Thes

A delicious original creation combining green tea with sweet notes of caramelized almonds and pistachio.

Palais des Thés has created a delicious, festive blend for anyone who loves new flavours.

Le Thé Merveilleux bursts with flavours and emotions, blending green tea with sweet notes of caramelized almonds and pistachio.

Le Thé Merveilleux is an ode to the most wonderful night of the year. This taste experience pairs perfectly with seasonal sweets and treats!

Tea ingredients
green tea (China) (55%), apple, cinnamon, flavours, almond (3.5%), pistachio (1%), cornflower petals.

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Palais Des Thes Advent Calendar Day 21:
This one sounded really good pistachio and almond yum. The dry sachet however smelled very strong like almond extract or something.
Brewed up it’s a very pale colored tea and tastes quite light unlike the dry sachets smell. It’s sweet and tastes like marzipan. A quite subtle tea overall. I think it could be a little stronger in flavoring and I can’t taste the green tea at all. Pleasant to sip on though and I wouldn’t mind drinking this again. I don’t think it’s one I’d buy considering the price and how it fell a bit thin.

Flavors: Almond, Marzipan

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 45 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Palais des Thés Advent Calendar – Day 21 (from November backlog)

The Marvelous Tea! Sorry, the name of this just cracks me up… It also claims to be “bursting with flavours and emotions” which is equally hilarious. Dry scent is strong marzipan and nuts with cinnamon.

The flavor is very cinnamon-forward, which is surprising given the wrapper doesn’t mention cinnamon at all. Strong, sweet cinnamon and marzipan are the predominant notes here. I think there’s a hint of apple as well? It’s reminding me very much of amaretti cookies, which isn’t a bad thing. I don’t taste the base at all, in fact if you told me this was a black tea I would probably believe you (aside from the color).

It’s not unpleasant, but I’ve had my fill over the years of marzipan or almond extract-flavored teas. The cinnamon does add a bit of interest, but it’s still too sweet and too marzipan-y for me to consider having in my cupboard. But very festive, I suppose! :)

Flavors: Almond, Apple, Cinnamon, Marzipan, Sweet

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
Dustin

I wonder if it’s a French way of describing things or a strange translation to English, but I’ve found a lot of descriptions of French teas to be odd and amusing.

AJRimmer

I love translated tea names! My family and I still talk about a linden tea I bought at an international grocery store years ago called Time of Calmness. I bought it just for the silly name, but it turned out tasty too!

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