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Eros Tea by Mariage Frères

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Elegant Floral Black Tea from Paris, France

Tea type: Black

Flavor: Eros tea is beautifully balanced French tea is perfumed with hibiscus, lavender, rose petals and mallow flowers.

Drink this tea with: Excellent over ice. The bold floral notes pair wonderfully with a bowl of mixed berries served with a dollop of sweetened mascarpone.

Cooking with tea: Use in lieu of water in Alice Mendrich’s no fuss strawberry sorbet.

Words from Mariage Frères tea house: “A blend made for those in love, black tea flavored with hibiscus and mallow flowers.”

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Producer
Mariage Frères
Country
France
Region
Paris
Size
Various

Customer Reviews

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James
Favorite tea ever in the whole wide world

A friend gave me a tin of this tea on New Year's Day 2015, and I have since reordered it three times. The rose scent is something I've not encountered in a black tea before. When I found the cost of having it shipped from France too dear, I asked a local tea purveyor to attempt to copy it. They got the tea flavor, the citrus flavor, and the berry-ish flavor right, but it was missing the rose flavor/scent. When I discovered I could avoid paying for international shipping by purchasing from Market Hall Foods, I was elated.

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Guest
We Love This Tea

This is one of our favorite Mariage Freres teas, it is delicate with a little bit of a floral aftertaste.

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Jordan M
Best Tea Ever!

I first tried this when I was traveling in France and it is truly the most aromatic and pure tea available! A great choice when you want to treat yourself to a relaxing tea time!

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Linda Chapman
Best Tasting Tea on the Planet!

I was introduced to this tea by a friend. She called it her "special guest" tea. From the first sip I was hooked. I am so glad to be able to get it from Market Hall Foods. While it is somewhat pricey, it is well worth every penny.