Mariage Frères Iced Tea
A shiny black glass collector's jar of loose tea with measuring cap and 1 packet of filter envelopes.
Ingredients — 5.6 oz loose tea
Dimensions — 7" H container
Made in France.
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1) One cap full in a Filter-Envelope™.
2) Close the envelope and place it in a pitcher of water (or a bottle of mineral water) at room temperature.
3) Let it infuse in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour. Serve over ice.
Delicious iced teas for the summer… and the rest of the year. These teas have been specially created to enjoy iced and are accompanied by a packet of clever Filter-Envelopes™ to simplify the cold-brewing process.
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.