Magicienne Tea from Nina’s Paris – Oolong Owl Tea Review

Hi Tea Peeps! During the World Tea Expo 2014 I was able to check out Nina’s Paris! They had a gorgeous set up! I love their tins!

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Nina’s Paris also has quite a selection of teas, especially for black tea blends.

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I have sampled a few teas from Nina’s Paris before and they were quite good, especially their signature blend Marie Antoinette. While I was at their booth, they had their tea Magicienne to taste and it was fanstastic! I got a sample of Magicienne to take home – let’s sample it together!

Dry Leaf

The green tea here has a gorgeous vibrant green, accented with coconut and cubes of pineapple. The smell of Magicienne is a mouth watering pina colada!

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Steeping Instructions

I steeped Magicienne with my favorite green tea blend steeping method – 2 minutes with 175f water. I decided to give my new 200ml glass tea pot a spin.

Magicienne came out a pale yellow with the same scent as the dry leaf – luscious coconut and sweet pineapple. The tea attracted a magician-in-training Tea Owl!

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Tasting of Nina’s Paris’ Magicienne Tea

Yum, just as tasty as my cup at the World Tea Expo! Magicienne sips in creamy and smooth fleshy coconut flavor followed with a vegetal buttery green tea base. End of sip, Magicienne has a juicy pineapple flavor with a bit of tang to it. After each sip there was a quick lingering coconut aftertaste that I really enjoyed. This tea is delicate, with the flavor of the pineapple and coconut are very fresh, making for a wonderful cup of tea.

I can see Magicienne being amazing iced or cold steeped making for an excellent summer drink! If you love tropical green blends be sure to check this tea out!

Bonus: Awww, I finished my cup of Magicienne.

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~*POOF!*~  Tea Owls are so handy to have around!

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