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by Lesley Mitchell (subscribe)
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Published February 9th 2016
Artisan blended tea available in your own supermarket
Madame Flavour has created a wonderful range of exquisite artisan teas and is soon to open a Tea House.

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Whisk yourself away to an exciting destination with a cup of tea. *Image courtesy of Madame Flavour.


This story is that her mother is French and her father, Australian. They met and married in Sri Lanka before returning to Australia to settle.

Growing up in both cultures, Madame Flavour became a mother and wanted to develop the importance of sharing a culture with her daughter.

Wanting to bring in her French background to Australian culture, she created a range of French adventure teas that were personal to her.

Her hope is that her expression of her much loved French tea culture will evoke the senses with grand aromas and passion.

She has created a lovely range of teas with the highest quality leaves and elegant flavours - she hopes you will enjoy them in beautiful settings.

I took a couple home to try and as an avid tea fan myself, I am extremely impressed with them.

Having spent quite some time in France myself, they do evoke those memories for myself. Madame Flavour hopes that her flavors may whisk you away to a wonderfully dreamy place also. She hopes that it might represent a weekend in Monte Carlo, a summer in Provence or an afternoon in Paris, therefore the teas are named after these evocative memories.

There are many places around Australia you can sample these teas and Madame Flavour is soon to open a tea house in Melbourne (stay tuned) but for now you can purchase these teas at:

Coles
Woolworths and Safeway
Thomas Dux
Ritchies
IGAs
Foodworks
Romeo's
Chapley's
Leo's
Renaissance
and many independent supermarkets, regional and online tea stores.

You may expect to these artisan teas to have an extremely high price tag, however you will be pleasantly surprised to find that you can find them in many supermarkets around Melbourne - they are known as Madame Flavour tea and can be found in the tea and coffee section of your supermarket in beautifully designed artisan boxes.

Would you prefer to visit a cafe and sample the tea in a tea house?
Click here for a full list of places around Australia you can enjoy these teas.

If you wish to speak with someone personally - you can email them your thoughts directly at madane@madameflavour.com where you will be able to receive a personal answer

Have you tried a cup of these teas?

Did they live up to your expectations and what were your thoughts?
We're hoping to hear of some amazing destinations they whisk you away to in your mind. Add in your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of this article to share your ideas and feelings with us - we look forward to hearing from you.
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Why? Be whisked off with lovely tea aromas without leaving Australia
Phone: 03 95916999
Where: All around Australia
Cost: around $7.95 box or Tea Houses have a la carte prices
Your Comment
They sound most inviting. I will look out for Madame Flavour tea.
by Jenny Rossiter (score: 3|4046) 932 days ago
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