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Discover the Delicate Blend of Paris Loose-Leaf Tea by Harney & Sons: A Tea End. Review



PARIS

translation: n/a

Type: black & oolong

Origin: n/a

Harvest: n/a

Caffeine: 40-60 mg


Steeping Suggestion: 212°F - 5 min.


Paris loose-leaf tea by Harney & Sons is, teacups down, one of my favorite teas curated by the renowned brand. This French Breakfast blend is a staple in my tea cabinet and the balanced flavors make it a constant restock.


Paris by Harney & Sons is a loose-leaf black and oolong tea blend with sweet caramel and black currant flavors and a touch of vanilla. Bergamot is the ingredient that makes Paris the French version of an English Breakfast.


In this post, you will discover the hue, scent, and sip of Paris by Harney & Sons. Be sure to subscribe to Tea End. so that you can keep up with all that is brewing!


 

THE HUE

THE HUE: Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons

Paris by Harney & Sons is a black tea and steeps to a deep chocolate or amber-like hue. The tea is visually heavy and dark.

THE HUE: Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons

 

THE SCENT

THE SCENT: Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons

LEAVES

Bergamot, Vanilla, Currant, Sweet


LIQUOR

Sweet, Black Currant, Vanilla, Oolong, Assam


THE SCENT: Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons
 

THE SIP

THE SIP: Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons

Steep One

Paris by Harney & Sons has a subtle caramel flavor with a briskness and body that compliments the strong aroma. The caramel flavor quickly melts into vanilla and black currant while the bergamot skips around the palate.

Steep Two

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Steep Three

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With honey, the black currant and caramel flavors take center stage, and the vanilla comes more alive. Adding honey and cream turns Paris into a delectable dessert of a tea.


THE SIP: Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons


 


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Paris (loose-leaf) by Harney & Sons

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