Marco Polo


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Marco Polo

Postby JenM » Feb 25th, '09, 10:21

I'm not sure if it's good or bad that I joined this forum...I seem to be getting less actual work done the past few days...BUT, I have learned all about tea!!

Anyways, one of my favorite kind of tea for the past few years (since I got away from those awful teabags) is Margerie freres (sp?) Marco Polo tea. Its a black tea with hint of fruitiness. I'm just wondering if this is a good tea or not?? After all of the other black tea I have been trying, i still always reach for Marco Polo if I can't decide what to drink...let me know!

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Re: Marco Polo

Postby olivierco » Feb 25th, '09, 10:34

JenM wrote:Anyways, one of my favorite kind of tea for the past few years (since I got away from those awful teabags) is Margerie freres (sp?) Marco Polo tea. Its a black tea with hint of fruitiness. I'm just wondering if this is a good tea or not??

If you like it is a good tea. (Mariage frères is the correct spelling)
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Postby jazz88 » Feb 25th, '09, 12:21

I love it. One of my favorites.
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Postby JenM » Feb 25th, '09, 12:47

Thank you for the correct spelling! I meant to look that up before I submitted the post...

And, I'm happy to hear that someone else love's it too!
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Postby silvermage2000 » Feb 25th, '09, 15:11

I have not tried It. Though I hear that It is good. Besides the main thing Is if you like it.
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