I’m a Canadian blogger from Montreal and I’m passionate of tea since more than 12 years now. “Du thé… et un dragon!” is a French tea blog where I share reviews, articles, opinions and relflexions about this subject. I decided to create this page to explain some various things.
I don’t plan to translate my blog in English. I’m not perfertly bilingual and I don’t have time to make this job. If you want to know more about a tea than just see my final rating, you can follow me at Steepster.
Like I said at my F.A.Q. page, I’m not interested to receive money to write a review. I want to have this liberty to say openly my opinions. Also, I’m not interested (for the moment) to receive free sample to write a review.
For friends and contacts only. No companies please.
I’m a fan of oolongs, whether it’s more or less oxidized to very oxidized. I love this family of teas for the complexity it offers both taste and smell. I also like black teas but I prefer them softer (for example: Darjeeling). I drink a little bit white tea, and for green teas, I particularly like Japanese teas for their “marine” notes. For the puerh, I slowly discover this family. If my boyfriend loves puerh for their “earthy” notes (mushrooms, moss), I go carefully! But as tastes change over time, that does not mean that I will not love it! For flavored teas: herbs, milky and floral. I like the Chaï but I go in moderation.
For those who want to do a “swap” with me: if you want that I try a tea that I have not tried and you’re not sure if I’m going to like it (because, for example, I did not mention if I liked such taste), send me a message and it will be a pleasure to answer you. Note that I don’t tolerate hibiscus and I hate smoked teas, the taste of chemical cherries and Earl Gray.
“Du thé… et un dragon” est le blogue de Rachel, une Canadienne passionnée du thé depuis plus de 12 ans. Elle partage ici ses compte-rendus de dégustation, des informations et des réflexions autour de ce sujet. Pour en savoir plus, référez-vous à la section “À propos”.
L’intégralité des textes présents sur ce blogue appartiennent à l’auteure, Rachel. Ces textes ne sont pas libres de droit. Merci de respecter son travail!