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Because Brigitte Harney is French, we are always on the lookout for traditional French beverages. And one does not get more French or more traditional than Tilleul. This is what Proust remembered along with some nice Madeleine cookies, so create some fond memories.
Dry Leaves Cut tilleul (linden tree) leaves and flowers.
Liquor A very clean, clear, light green.
Aroma Subtle aromas of flowers and woods.
Caffeine Level Caffeine Free
Body This tisane is very light in body.
Flavors The flavors are elegant and understated. They are reminiscent of chamomile, but with a woodsy note.
Brewing Time No
Brewing Temperature No

Tilleul (Linden Leaves)

From Provence, France comes Tilleul, a light and lively blend of the linden tree's fragrant flowers and leaves. The naturally caffeine-free herbal is prized for its subtle floral quality as well as its mild digestive and sleep benefits. The flowers and tender leaves produce a light, woodsy brew, as beautiful as its taste, in a mingling of forest-like green and yellow that's all part of the charm.
From Provence, France comes Tilleul, a light and lively blend of the linden tree's fragrant flowers and leaves. The naturally caffeine-free herbal is prized for its subtle floral quality as well as its mild digestive and sleep benefits. The flowers and tender leaves produce a light, woodsy brew, as beautiful as its taste, in a mingling of forest-like green and yellow that's all part of the charm.
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SKU: 35572
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From Provence, France comes Tilleul, a light and lively blend of the linden tree's fragrant flowers and leaves. The naturally caffeine-free herbal is prized for its subtle floral quality as well as its mild digestive and sleep benefits. The flowers and tender leaves produce a light, woodsy brew, as beautiful as its taste, in a mingling of forest-like green and yellow that's all part of the charm.

Customer Reviews

Angela

9/13/12

Basically hot water.
Average Review:

I love linden essential oil, so I had high hopes for a delicate linden tea. When I opened the tin, I was surprised--it was very large leaves and stems. Not necessarily a problem, just new to me (drink primarily black and green, little leaves, no stems). Then I made the tea, and there was hardly any flavor at all. I was expecting it to be delicate, but it was beyond delicate to nearly undetectable. I should have returned it but missed the window. Alas. Gave it away.

Rhiannon

7/14/11

Not too big a fan of Tilleul...
Average Review:

I didn't love this tea. The taste was much too light, and when I took the bag out of the cup the bag felt mucousy--I'm an avid tea drinker, and I've never experienced that! It was unpleasant, to say the least. I also didn't like how vague the description was. Flowers doesn't mean much. What kind of flowers are we talking about? Linden, yes, but what else?All in all, if you like light teas, you might like this. Don't touch the bag, though.

Guillaume

1/29/11

Very pleasant
Average Review:

This is a nice change of pace. It is light and almost sweet. It's a great evening tea to wrap yourself around after a heavy meal.

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