Mariage Frères Tea Bags
Box of 30 muslin tea bags.
Ingredients —30 loose muslin tea sachets.
Made in France.
Marco Polo — The most legendary of blended compositions, mariage frères' iconic fragrance of sumptuous fruits and flowers from China and Tibet is reborn in Blue Tea. Its indigo-blue cup offers a smooth elixir of sensual and gourmet nuances.
Milky Blue — Made with the utmost respect for the traditional methods specific to grand Blue Teas, the youngest leaves of this quality tea are picked early in the morning, when the fragrances of the plantation blend with the colours of dawn, then worked one by one and rolled, before being suffused with an elegant milky vapor.
Rouge Bourbon — Flavoured with ‘Bourbon vanilla’, this red rooibos displays great finesse. Delicate aroma, subtle taste.
Wedding Imperial — A glamorous blend steeped in the passion that weds the malty power of golden Assam tea leaves to the sweetness of notes of chocolate and caramel.
Vert Provence — The hinterland of Provence in southern France explodes with plants, flowers, and fruit that all boast heady scents. In order to recreate the magic of this land, Mariage Frères has taken a grand green tea with a slightly grassy scent, and blended it with fruits from Provence, dominated by ripe red and black berries, creating an intense bouquet supported by the warm aroma of mellow lavender and the sweetness of rose petals.
Casablanca — A fine marriage of green tea with Moroccan mint and bergamot-flavoured tea.
Verbena Citrodora – An incredible verbena yields a transcendent gold liquor with a velvety texture and a dizzying rush of candied citron.
Mariage Frères, which means “the Mariage brothers,” was founded in 1854 by brothers Henri and Edouard Mariage in Paris, France. They are credited with being the first to create the unique French blended teas, inspired by France's culinary and wine traditions. Like fine French perfume, each blend contains many ingredients that combine into something new and wonderful. As a result, sampling Mariage teas is an adventure of discovery. Today, Mariage retail tea shops are located throughout Paris (including the Louvre), in London and throughout Japan.