Tea in Paris!

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Oct 1st, '07, 09:24
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Tea in Paris!

by ginseng » Oct 1st, '07, 09:24

I am planning a short 2-day trip to Paris in March. Does anyone know of any great tea rooms to go to? Thanks!

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Oct 1st, '07, 10:09
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by xine » Oct 1st, '07, 10:09

Mariage Freres- the legendary tea room in Paris. A contributing writer to teaMuse.com has written a review about it for this month-

http://www.teamuse.com- it's not up just yet, but it should be up by the end of the month. I want to go to Paris one day, maybe next year, and I will definitely stop by here. The pictures are beautiful (as well as the tins of tea). Enjoy your trip! :D

Oct 1st, '07, 10:47
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by ginseng » Oct 1st, '07, 10:47

I was trying to remember the name of that place. I have heard so many great things! Thanks!

Any other suggestions are also appreciated.

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Re: Tea in Paris!

by Mocha Wheels » Oct 1st, '07, 11:12

crazy4tea wrote:short 2-day trip to Paris in March.
why only 2 days? kinda seems like a waste of time and money for that brief of a time period.

Oct 1st, '07, 11:46
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Re: Tea in Paris!

by ginseng » Oct 1st, '07, 11:46

Have a family wedding in Ireland to go to. Can only take a week off from school and work. Wish I could spend more time there!

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by Mocha Wheels » Oct 1st, '07, 12:27

ok makes since, as long as you had a reason to go to Europe anyway :)

Oct 1st, '07, 14:28
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by ginseng » Oct 1st, '07, 14:28

Have you been to Paris? Any suggestions??

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by Mocha Wheels » Oct 1st, '07, 15:05

i've been there but haven't been to any tea rooms- there or anywhere. the only idea that i can give you is that crepes would go excellent with tea :)

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Oct 1st, '07, 16:37
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by xine » Oct 1st, '07, 16:37

crazy4tea- the review is up on teamuse.com- has really lovely pictures of mariage freres and the different locations.

Oct 6th, '07, 23:17
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by ginseng » Oct 6th, '07, 23:17

Thanks so much. I am so excited. The article is very helpful.

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by Hyllan » Jan 30th, '08, 20:00

Along with Mariage Freres, I would certainly visit "La Maison des trois thes". The teamaster Madame Tseng has a high reputation when it comes to Chinese and Taiwanese teas.

You can read an article at

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/ ... ory/Travel

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