unloadit said

Paris Tea / Harney and Sons

Does anybody know of a tea that tast like the Paris tea? I’m looking for this flavor, but they won’t sell it to me at wholesale. Long story….but I need a teas that taste like this, but is a different company than H&S. Thank you!

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darby select said

Do you know the ingredients?

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Azzrian said

From steepster here:
Paris
Black Fruit Blend by Harney & Sons

Mike spent years in Paris and found his wife Brigitte there. So his ties to the City of Light are strong. He has enjoyed many a pot of tea at the famous Paris tea shops. So in homage to Paris, he has created this blend reminiscent of one of the most popular blends in Paris. It is a fruity black tea with a hint of lemony Bergamot.

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unloadit said

It is a fruity black tea with vanilla and caramel flavors, and a hint of lemony Bergamot.

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unloadit said

It is very, very good. I’ve never tasted a black tea this good.

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ashmanra said

Try My Lady tea wholesale from Mount Everest tea of Germany. They won’t ship less than a kilo. But it is excellent and not at all expensive. It has some similarity to Paris.

did you order from the website? cant seem to find it in the blacks ^^’

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For Harney & Sons tea, I would say the Vanilla Comoro: http://www.urbancoasttea.com/harney-sons-vanilla-comoro/

However, it is decaf.

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cteresa said

Try St Petersburg by Kusmi – both teas are IMO black teas with red fruits, caramel and a bit of bergamot with a not too strong chinese black base. They both seem pretty similar to me -actually recently I was comparing 4 of these teas, Mariage Freres´Marco Polo, Dammann Fréres Paul et Virginie, Paris and St Petersburg, I ended up with all four and was struck by how they were sort of different takes on the sae basic concept. Paris and St Petersburg seemed the most similar to me.

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Serenity said

Maybe…Saint Isaac’s from Upton? Not sure…

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