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  • For centuries, Buddhists in the Land of Free Men have perpetuated the custom of making special offerings of flowers, fruit and tea to monks. From this green tea, sprinkled with blue cornflowers, there rises a blend of fragrances recalling the ripe fruit on a tray laden with offerings. A tea steeped in spirituality.

    Since 1854, Mariage Frères has been sourcing and blending the worlds' finest teas. And their history goes back even further, to the 1600s in fact, when their ancestors began sailing to distant lands in search of new and exotic flavors. For 150 years, their teas have been brewed at the worlds' finest restaurants, hotels and teahouses.

  • A fine marriage of green tea with Moroccan mint and bergamot-flavoured tea. A refreshing surprise. ‘Play it again’.

    Since 1854, Mariage Frères has been sourcing and blending the worlds' finest teas. And their history goes back even further, to the 1600s in fact, when their ancestors began sailing to distant lands in search of new and exotic flavors. For 150 years, their teas have been brewed at the worlds' finest restaurants, hotels and teahouses.

  • A grand Chinese black tea. Darjeeling exquisitely flavored with bergamot, a small citrus fruit similar to an orange.

    Since 1854, Mariage Frères has been sourcing and blending the worlds' finest teas. And their history goes back even further, to the 1600s in fact, when their ancestors began sailing to distant lands in search of new and exotic flavors. For 150 years, their teas have been brewed at the worlds' finest restaurants, hotels and teahouses.

  • "Mariage Frères' most famous secret is this mysterious blend that takes you to distant lands and strange countries. The aroma of Chinese and Tibetan flowers and fruit lend it a unique velvety taste. Its extraordinary bouquet makes Marco Polo the most legendary of flavored teas."

    From The French Art of Tea

    Since 1854, Mariage Frères has been sourcing and blending the worlds' finest teas. And their history goes back even further, to the 1600s in fact, when their ancestors began sailing to distant lands in search of new and exotic flavors. For 150 years, their teas have been brewed at the worlds' finest restaurants, hotels and teahouses.

  • Flavored with bourbon vanilla, this red tea displays great finesse. With a delicate aroma and subtle taste, this tea for pleasant occasions is 100% theine-free.

    Since 1854, Mariage Frères has been sourcing and blending the worlds' finest teas. And their history goes back even further, to the 1600s in fact, when their ancestors began sailing to distant lands in search of new and exotic flavors. For 150 years, their teas have been brewed at the worlds' finest restaurants, hotels and teahouses.


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A Partnership Made in Paris

Mariage Freres

In 1999, our buyers sat down for the first of what would be many meetings with the owners of Mariage Frères at their teahouse in Paris. The subject at hand was whether to allow our company to begin importing their precious tea into the United States.

10 years ago, over a dessert of Tarte Tatin made with tea-poached pears, an agreement was struck. Ever since, we've been importing hundreds of cases a year to our stores in Oakland and Berkeley.




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