Harney & Sons Decaf Paris Loose Tea 4 oz
Paris is one of Harney & Sons best selling tea flavours which is also why they created a decaf version of it. Paris tea lovers can enjoy a cup of black tea without the caffeine buzz that the original version would provide. Harney & Sons Decaf Paris is a fine whole-leaf black tea, flavoured with all natural currants, vanilla, tempting caramel and a hint of bergamot. It is a robust and palatable drink, made of a blend of three black teas, creating a medium to dark brown liquor. The aroma of this tea reminds you of Earl Grey because of the bergamot oil that is being used but falls into the sweet notes of caramel, currants and vanilla. Paris is one of Harney & Sons' best selling tea flavours and nighttime tea lovers may relax with its decaffeinated alternative.
French, similar to English also have teatime. Between 4 and 6pm, people all ages start to fill up the cafes and tea parlours indulging in warm drinks and pastries they’re known for. In the past, this was an actual meal for them that they enjoyed right after work hours when coming back from the fields. Today, this pleasing nature of habit is considered just a sophisticated snack since dinner doesn’t start until later in the day around 9pm.
|Product Contains||112 g | 4 oz of loose leaf tea|
|Aroma||Earl Grey with black currant and vanilla aromas and a hint of caramel|
|Character||Sweet caramel and black currants fruity flavour. With a hint of vanilla|
|Brewing Time||4 to 5 minutes|
|Brewing Temperature||212° F|
Classic tea for any occasion.
Posted by Kat on 2020 Dec 10th
I love this tea. I'm a bigger fan of very foody, sweet teas, but this tea is perfect as a classic night time option.
One of my favourites
Posted by Glen on 2020 Sep 13th
There's virtually no situation in which I would NOT recommend this tea. The currants and vanilla are an excellent accompaniment to pretty much any activity where you would want to have tea, and with the decaf version you can have it at any time of day as well.
I can find no flaws here.
Posted by Ruth Epstein on 2019 Dec 16th
I found this tea to have an uninteresting flavour.