VOULEZ-VOUS?

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Coconut Flakes, Cornflower Petals, Flavors, Green Tea, Hibiscus
Flavors
Berries, Cherry, Cherry Blossom, Citrus, Citrus Zest, Coconut, Cream, Lemon, Lime, Strawberry, Sweet, Warm Grass, Vanilla
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 45 sec 2 g 11 oz / 325 ml

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  • “French Friday! Today from the sampler bag from Dustin (thank you!) comes this tea. The dry leaf smells really nice… it is reminding me if a lemon lime soda (!?) but with a sort of creamier, vanilla...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you Dustin for this tea as well; and only one remains that I haven’t tried yet. To be honest, it’s biggest dismal from THEODOR; it smells very nice, but brewed it isn’t that great at all....” Read full tasting note
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Forget about carefulness and give in to this flavored green tea with rhubarb and red fruits…
As from the first contact with this ‘Voulez-vous ?’ and before brewing it, you will notice the beauty of this loose creation, a true pleasure for the eyes and the nose.

These whole tea leaves are embellished with smaller pieces of leaves and this combination reveals a gradation of green colors. This blend is also decorated with a colored and flowery touch through the cornflower petals composing it, the whole presenting a deliciously perfumed pink-yellow-green blend that you would happily bite into before even boiling the water…

For tea time, all desires are allowed, ‘Voulez-vous?’ is completing the ‘Imprudence’ essence in order to offer surprising blends of flavors to the most audacious palates.

Following the infusion of its leaves, this tea has a rather unusual color, with pink sparkles and is setting up with pleasure in your mouth, with its wide and mellow texture, revealing flavors sometimes sweet, sometimes sour.

Without any bitterness on the palate, the lemon’s sourness is indeed present, softened by the flavors of rhubarb that are emphasized in top notes and by the red fruits expressed in middle notes.

This fruity green tea can be savored according to your mood and preferences, in hot version throughout the year, or even cool during the iced tea season, in order to enjoy a delicious and thirst-quenching cool beverage.

MAJOR NOTES: Rhubarb, red fruits

INGREDIENTS: Green tea (Origin: China) (88%), Hibiscus, Coconut flakes, Flavors (Cherry, Lemon, Cream, Rhubarb), Cornflower petals.

INFUSION TIME: 2 to 3 minutes
TEMPERATURE: 175 °F (80°C)

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2 Tasting Notes

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French Friday! Today from the sampler bag from Dustin (thank you!) comes this tea. The dry leaf smells really nice… it is reminding me if a lemon lime soda (!?) but with a sort of creamier, vanilla aspect. Brewed 2.6g in 350ml 175F water for 3 minutes.

I’m still getting a strong citrus cream aroma from the brewed cup, and something a little floral/berry? Like an aroma somewhere between strawberry and the floral/cherry aroma of sakura. Has a very fresh, grassy undertone; the flavor is strongly that lemon/lime sort of taste I was getting on the nose, but there is a sweetness there that lingers on my tongue, a mix of a cream/vanilla/coconut note. I only get a very subtle red berry sort of flavor close to the end of the sip and lingering into the aftertaste; it isn’t reading as the rhubarb listed in the flavorings at all, though, more of a subtle strawberry mixed with a more tangy cherry.

I really like this one! Of the more citrusy green blends I’ve tried so far, this is by far my favorite. I think only the Oh La La…! (which tasted like cola to me) tops this of the teas I’ve sampled thus far.

Flavors: Berries, Cherry, Cherry Blossom, Citrus, Citrus Zest, Coconut, Cream, Lemon, Lime, Strawberry, Sweet, Warm Grass, Vanilla

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 g 12 OZ / 350 ML
Martin Bednář

Interesting how you got completely different experience!

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Thank you Dustin for this tea as well; and only one remains that I haven’t tried yet.

To be honest, it’s biggest dismal from THEODOR; it smells very nice, but brewed it isn’t that great at all. It’s pretty much basic, although nice green tea base and hints of cherry flavour. That fruit note is though very weak and I haven’t noticed anything from other flavours added nor coconut that should be in. No rhubarb at all. Sad!

Song pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=za05HBtGsgU (could I pick anything else? :D)

Flavors: Cherry

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
ashmanra

Literally thought the song was gonna be this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4LWIP7SAjY

ashmanra

Ha! Even the Ashman had not heard the Abba song! And I thought we knew our Abba pretty well…

Mastress Alita

I think of the ABBA song every time I see this tea pop up, heh.

Martin Bednář

ashmanra: I have heard that song, but it is ages. And probably never whole. I am surprised you haven’t heard the ABBA one.

Mastress Alita: Right?! When I was listening to ABBA one day, my father came to my room and told me: “I never thought that my youngest sons will listen to ABBA!”

White Antlers

ashmanra I’m with you! Patti LaBelle’s song (gosh, such a CLASSIC!!) was the first thing I thought of, too.

Martin Never heard of that Abba song, but then they were never really on my musicalradar…

White Antlers

That’s musical radar (Not enough tea drunk yet to be able to see straight…)

Cameron B.

I know the ABBA song from Mamma Mia!

ashmanra

Cameron B. I saw Mama Mia and yet I don’t remember ABBA Voulez-Vous! Only saw it once but I am surprised it didn’t stick with me.

Martin Bednář

I never saw Mamma Mia!I remember once it being broadcast, but I had some other stuff to do back then.

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