by Mike Harney March 07, 2017 1 min read 1 Comment

Paris means so much to me. It was there that he fell in love with my wife, Brigitte. It was there there that I fell in love with the city: its streets, it restaurants, its museums, and even its subways. It was in Paris that I learned about wine, and that has served me well in the the world of tea.

So when Brigitte said a tea reminded her of one of her favorite teas from Paris, I seized the moment. The blend has become one of our most popular. It is one of our most complicated ones since it takes 4 days to make. People love the mixture of dark fruit notes lightened by the bergamot notes. 

This picture was taken on my last trip to Paris. It is in the Jardin de Luxembourg on a gray Autumn day. 

View Paris tea here.

Mike Harney
Mike Harney


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Joyce h mctiernan
Joyce h mctiernan

October 21, 2019

Love your tea

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