Last Mango In Paris Herb & Fruit Tea
Available Sizes : 100g or 500g
The unsurpassable flavor of Micronesian mangos makes love to the taste buds. Fruity, lively and bright. Start a new affair! Last Mango in Paris shares the same racy sentiment as the groundbreaking piece of cinematic revelry. The tea blends the sultry character of fresh tropical mango with sexy hibiscus, elevating elderberry, sultry orange, arousing apple and racy rosehips. The resulting cup is sure to get your motor humming with its round notes of musky mango intertwined with soft berry juiciness and delicate flower petal sweetness.  [ View more details ]
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Last Mango In Paris Herb & Fruit Tea

  • Country of Origin: Blend of various dried fruits and herbs from Canada, USA, Thailand, Spain
  • Cup Characteristics: Refreshing character of lemon and sweet tropical notes of mango
  • Infusions: Rosy tending red
  • Ingredients: Luxury natural dried mango pieces, Hibiscus petals, Elderberries, Orange pieces, Apple pieces, Rosehip


Introducing an herbal tea that’s sure to make as big a splash as Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1972 film, Last Tango in Paris. If you haven’t seen the film, suffice it to say that when it was released it was met with so much steamy controversy that Bertolucci was handed a 4 month suspended prison sentence by an Italian court. The court also ordered that all copies of the film be destroyed! Ooh la la! As you might have guessed, we can’t really go into the nuts and bolts of the film which chronicles the sexual escapades of an American widower, played by Marlon Brando and the object of his, ahem, affection, a Parisian woman many years his junior. What we can tell you is that the film, like a pot of herbal tea, is hot stuff! Phew!

Last Mango in Paris shares the same racy sentiment as the groundbreaking piece of cinematic revelry. The tea blends the sultry character of fresh tropical mango with sexy hibiscus, elevating elderberry, sultry orange, arousing apple and racy rosehips. The resulting cup is sure to get your motor humming with its round notes of musky mango intertwined with soft berry juiciness and delicate flower petal sweetness. (Thankfully, no one was ever convicted of blending delicious teas.)

Like the famous “city of lights” that shares its name, caffeine free, Last Mango in Paris is a pure delight anytime of day or night. So if you’re looking to heat things up on a cool winter’s afternoon in, brew it up nice and hot and enjoy under the covers with that special someone! Or, if the temperature rises, your heartbeat begins to climb and no lover is in sight, cool yourself off by pouring the freshly brewed tea over ice. Either way, you’ll never forget your first time! Go ahead, brew a pot, put in a DVD, draw the curtains and get ready for some excitement!

  Tea Ingredients

Naturally Dried Mango Pieces Hibiscus Flowers Elderberries Naturally Dried Orange Pieces Naturally Dried Apple Pieces Rosehips Natural Flavours ( Lemon )

Hot Tea Method

Place 1.5 to 2 teaspoons of Last Mango in Paris per cup (and add 1 teaspoon for the pot) into the teapot. Pour boiling water into pot and let it steep for 3-7 minutes (or longer - the longer the steeping time to more intense the flavor becomes). Pour into your cup and add sugar to taste. **do not add milk - the milk will curdle due to the ingredients in this blend.

Iced Tea Method

(to make 1 liter/quart): Place 12-15 teaspoons of Last Mango in Paris into a teapot or heat resistant pitcher. Pour 1 1/4 cups of freshly boiled water over the tea. Steep for 5 minutes. Quarter fill a serving pitcher with cold water. Pour the tea into your serving pitcher straining the leaves. Add ice and top-up the pitcher with cold water. Garnish and sweeten to taste. [A rule of thumb when preparing fresh brewed iced tea is to double the strength of hot tea since it will be poured over ice and diluted with cold water]. Do Not Pour Hot Liquid directly into a Glass Pitcher.

 

 
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