French Garden Teas
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How does your garden grow?
Inspired by the fragrant, lush bounty of a garden, these caffeine-free tea blends evoke flowers, berries, and bright herbs. Fruit Garden recalls sweet summer fruits (dates! pineapple! berries!), while the citrusy, aromatic Garden of Eden suggests the sunny warmth of the tropics. Water Garden is cooling and fresh thanks to dewy melon and goji berry flavors, and Arbor Garden invokes a complex chilled berry soup with its berries and herbs. Find the nearest mug and the nearest garden to enjoy your cuppa, iced or hot.
Water Garden: Pineapple, papaya, chokeberries, cranberry bits, goji berries, hibiscus, flavor, sea buckthorn, blueberries. Garden of Eden: Pineapple bits, white bean pods, apple bits, berry leaves (blackberry leaves, black currant leaves), flavor, papaya bits, sweet blackberry leaves, pineapple chips, safflower petals. Fruit Garden: Date bits, dragon fruit bits, pineapple bits, goji berries, papaya bits, sea buckthorn berries, chokeberries, flavor, kiwi bits, cranberry bits, blueberries. Arbor Garden: Apple bits, white bean pods, berry leaves (blackberry leaves, black currant leaves), stinging nettle leaves, peppermint, spearmint, strawberry bits, flavor
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Details & Materials -
Order includes 1 tin of tea; each tin is 7.1 ounces
Care & Notes -
Tea has a shelf life of 3 to 4 years when kept in a cool, dark, dry place.
Meet the Maker
NEW YORK, NY
Palais des Thés is the premiere global tea shop, first started in Paris in 1986. Founder François-Xavier Delmas has been touring the world's tea plantations for more than 25 years -- he's intimate with the suppliers and knows exactly what the best signature teas are to offer his customers. For those who want to be in the know, Palais des Thés also runs classes on tea, and have published The Tea Drinkers' Handbook, one of the most renowned books on tea. We're more than happy to let our tea breaks be guided by the experts.View Full Profile
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