Mariage Frères Black Teas
Mariage Frères Black Teas
"The fragrance of adventure and poetry endlessly pervades each cup of tea."
~ Henri Mariage
A lovely collection of Black Teas from the tea house of Mariage Frères Paris. Delight in the luxury of the finest gourmet French Tea with this refined assortment from Mariage Frères.
Boléro : A refreshing blend with the aroma of Mediterranean fruit. Velvety taste, iconic black tea.
Wedding Imperial : A paean to love. This glamorous blend is steeped in the passion that weds the malty power of golden Assam tea leaves to the sweetness of notes of chocolate and caramel. Perfect clarity. Evidence of a peerless marriage.
Earl Grey French Blue : Graceful and sophisticated, this classic blend reinvents itself by pairing the fruity, zesty and lightly peppery notes of refined bergamot with the sweet-scented hint of cornflower. Balanced and full of body with ample and lasting flavor, the flavor floods the palate with its charm and majesty.
English Breakfast Tea : This full-bodied, British blend is strong on color and aroma. Serve steaming hot with milk, along with toast and marmalade. For connoisseurs.
Marco Polo : Mariage Frères’ overwhelming success is a mysterious blend that will take you to distant lands and unforeseen territories. Fragrances of Chinese and Tibetan flowers lend it a uniquely velvety taste. Its extraordinary bouquet makes Marco Polo the most legendary of flavored teas.
French Breakfast Tea : The perfect way to start each morning. A wonderful blend of black teas with an elegantly smooth, rounded flavor of malt with just a touch of chocolate. With or without milk, it is perfect with breakfast and exemplifies the French Art of Tea.
Paris Breakfast Tea : A flamboyant black breakfast tea with citrus notes. Held together by tasty notes of malted chocolate, tender vanilla, warm brioche & adorned with sweet fruitiness of candied citrus
Pleine Lune : The splendor of a full moon in the most luxurious, blended black tea. Evoking the feast of the full moon, the tea is rich with fruits, almonds, rare spices and the subtle taste of honey. One of our favorites!
Darjeeling Master : A great blend of first flush, second flush, and autumnal harvests from the very best Darjeeling tea estates. Its rich aroma and balanced taste make it a fine tea all day long.
Paris Aoyama : An elegant rosy black tea vibrant with fruity & flowery accents.
Mirabeau : Poetic black tea, hibiscus,rose, anise, licorice & lychee, a poetic composition inspired by a Parisian walk and an unforgettable verse by Appollinaire "under the bridge Mirabeau flows the Seine.."
Tin measures 3 7/8" x 3 1/2". Gift Box measures 4 3/8" x 3 1/2". 100 g. 3 1/2 oz.
Learn More About Mariage Frères
Mariage Frères. The name is synonymous with luxury. In the French tradition, Mariage Frères has elevated tea to an art: the art of French tea.
It all began in the second half of the seventeenth century, when brothers Nicolas and Pierre Mariage voyaged to distant lands on behalf of French King Louis XIV in search of exotic goods. Visiting Madagascar, Persia and India, they settled on the sublime teas they found there. Generations later, the Mariage family continued in the tea trade and in 1854, the Mariage brothers Edouard and Henri founded the Mariage Frères Tea Company and opened their first wholesale tea shop in Paris. The Mariage tea merchants imported the finest quality leaf teas from the Orient and built their business supplying the world's most exclusive teas to grand hotels and tea shops throughout France.
Sourcing the finest harvests from all four corners of the earth, Mariage Frères has developed the gourmet approach to tea, now known as "French tea".
Direct from the Mariage Frères Tea Company in Paris, we are honored to offer a selection of some of the finest teas available anywhere. If you've experienced the teas of Mariage Frères, you no doubt understand the passion and reverence that tea aficionados have for these exquisite teas. (If you're not familiar with the teas of Mariage Frères, you will undoubtedly thank us for this better-late-than-never introduction.