Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2

$ 46.00 

  • Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2
  • Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2
  • Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2
  • Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2
  • Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2
  • Mariage Frères Organic Tea Collection № 2
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The Cultured Cup has 25 years of experience with Mariage Frères, the iconic French tea company. Collection № 2 contains five "best of the best" Mariage organic teas packaged in a gift box. Each tea comes from a Jardin Premier+, which meets the strict European standard for tea purity. Bon appetit!

Your choice of either 1 or 2 oz of all five teas.  The Collection is boxed, labeled and tied with a ribbon. 
Jardin Premier+ means this tea is rigorously analyzed and checked to ensure compliance with European regulation (EC) No. 396/2005.  The label Jardin Premier is reserved for teas whose exceptional purity meets the strict European regulation (ED) No. 834/2007.
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  • Ingredients
    • Prince Igor: An intriguing and regal blend of organic black & green teas with luscious tropical fruits and flowers.
    • Earl Grey Imperial: A brisk and medium-bodied tea flavored with the world's finest oil of bergamot. Delicious with or without milk and sugar, it is said to be the favored blend of Queen Elizabeth.
    • Thé à l'Opéra: The spiritual refinement of green tea flavored with vanilla and red fruits meets the sensual and melodic beauty of opera.
    • Marco Polo Rouge: Marco Polo Rouge is the caffeine-free rooibos version of Mariage Frères' own masterpiece and will help you travel to distant and mysterious lands.
    • French Breakfast: This glamorous blend is steeped in the passion that weds the perfect tea with chocolate and caramel. Wedding Impérial is romantic and magical.  One sip and you'll fall in love.
    • Tea first came to France from the Dutch in the 17th Century, a few years before it arrived in England
    • Madame de Sévigné (1626-1696), a notable figure in French literature and famous court letter writer, provides evidence that the French were actually the first to put milk in their tea
    • According to Madame de Sévigné, Madame de Sablière (1640-1693) actually “took milk with her tea” to prevent the piping hot beverage from damaging her eggshell teacups
    • Today, the French approach tea as they do wine and gastronomy – they want to know the origin, the estate, the processing, and the expected flavor profiles of each tea
    • Prince Igor: Chinese organic black tea, sunflower blossoms, peach, apricot and mango flavorings
    • Earl Grey Provence: India, Darjeeling Organic First Flush black tea, oil of bergamot natural flavoring
    • Thé à l'Opéra: Chinese organic green tea, red fruits flavoring
    • Marco Polo Rouge: South African organic rooibos, red fruit & floral flavorings
    • French Breakfast: India Assam organic black tea, dark chocolate & dark caramel flavorings.

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