Harney & Sons Classic Paris Tea, 20 ct
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Don't get me wrong, I live for bitter, citrusy Earl Greys, but sometimes you need something different. Harney's Paris has the classic lemony bergamot taste--but it's rounded out with a fruity taste and hints of vanilla. This is a great every day tea that adds a bit of romance. Not too floral, full bodied and nice. As someone who has never even wanted to visit Paris, this tea feels like home.
40-60 mg of caffeine per sachet. Sachets of Paris should be steeped in 12 oz of boiling hot water for 5 minutes for best results (or steep twice in a 6 oz cup for a very strong cup and then a weaker one, I'm not telling you how to live your life).
Other recommendations: Harney's Ambessa Earl of Harlem is smokey with plenty of bergamot bitterness--a very unique taste. Smokey like you could brine meat in it. I have, and I didn't regret it. They come in the tagalong size (3 sachets in a little to-go tin) all the way up to the 50 sachet bags.
The flavours in this tea are so smooth and delicious, you want to continue re-steeping forever. I get about 3-4 good cups out of one pouch. The citrus tones are just right and not too overstated and the vanilla mellows everything down just right. This tea makes a great introduction to the brand and everything else they have to offer.
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