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 13 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!