Nina's Paris Tisane de la Princesse Flavored Herbal Tea in Luxury Tin,

Nina's Paris Tisane de la Princesse Flavored Herbal Tea in Luxury Tin, 3.5 oz (100 g)

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SKU: FR-2003

Nina's Paris Tisane De La Princesse Herbal Tea is an exclusive fusion of fruits and flowers, such as apple pieces, black currant berries, rose petals, raspberry pieces, and mallow flowers. Presented in luxury tin, this loose-leaf tea is perfect for a morning brew or an afternoon pick-me-up.

Tea was invented in China in 2750 BC. Allegedly, an emperor called Shen Nung was heating water beneath the shade of a wild tea tree when the wind blew a few tea leaves into his pot. After experimenting, Shen Nung liked the flavor and became convinced of its beneficial properties. Soon, he urged Chinese people to cultivate the plant. Although first discovered in China, sea trade routes soon allowed the drink to spread, with the Dutch importing its first shipment to Europe in the 17th century. In France, tea with milk became linked with nobility, with Louis XIV famously enjoying it from fine china. After a few centuries, tea is widely available on all continents, with each culture tailoring the drink to its preferences. From organic loose teas to robust black teas like Earl Gray and Assam, you can discover all the flavors of the world's best teas in our curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Nina's Paris has a lovely backstory that is steeped in history. When in 1672, Pierre Diaz founded the first perfumery in Paris, he specialized in distilling essences of rose and lavender at a time. As he soon became renowned across Paris as a "magician of aromas," his perfumery became Versailles' official fragrance supplier. Queen Marie-Antoinette was reportedly so enamored with the Rose essence that she personally oversaw its acquisition. The centuries-old tie between Nina's Paris and Versailles has culminated in the production of "Thé de Marie-Antoinette," the world's first and only tea flavored with rose petals and fresh apples from Versailles' Royal Gardens. Nina's Paris has a centuries-old legacy of creating sophisticated aromas and fragrances for the court of Versailles, which has translated into an absolutely exclusive, one-of-a-kind tea collection reminiscent of 17th-century French perfumery. Check out our online French grocery store to discover more options from France!

Brew this tea and enjoy it on its own or with a splash of milk. First, warm your teapot by swirling hot water and pouring it out. Next, add a desirable amount of tea and pour freshly boiled fresh water. Give the mixture at least 4 minutes to brew before enjoying.


  • Ingredients: Apple pieces, hibiscus, black currant berries, rose petals, natural flavors, raspberry pieces, mallow flowers.
  • Product Weight: 3.5 oz (100 g)
  • Product of France
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Nina's Paris Tisane De La Princesse Herbal Tea is an exclusive fusion of fruits and flowers, such as apple pieces, black currant berries, rose petals, raspberry pieces, and mallow flowers. Presented in luxury tin, this loose-leaf tea is perfect for a morning brew or an afternoon pick-me-up.

Tea was invented in China in 2750 BC. Allegedly, an emperor called Shen Nung was heating water beneath the shade of a wild tea tree when the wind blew a few tea leaves into his pot. After experimenting, Shen Nung liked the flavor and became convinced of its beneficial properties. Soon, he urged Chinese people to cultivate the plant. Although first discovered in China, sea trade routes soon allowed the drink to spread, with the Dutch importing its first shipment to Europe in the 17th century. In France, tea with milk became linked with nobility, with Louis XIV famously enjoying it from fine china. After a few centuries, tea is widely available on all continents, with each culture tailoring the drink to its preferences. From organic loose teas to robust black teas like Earl Gray and Assam, you can discover all the flavors of the world's best teas in our curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Nina's Paris has a lovely backstory that is steeped in history. When in 1672, Pierre Diaz founded the first perfumery in Paris, he specialized in distilling essences of rose and lavender at a time. As he soon became renowned across Paris as a "magician of aromas," his perfumery became Versailles' official fragrance supplier. Queen Marie-Antoinette was reportedly so enamored with the Rose essence that she personally oversaw its acquisition. The centuries-old tie between Nina's Paris and Versailles has culminated in the production of "Thé de Marie-Antoinette," the world's first and only tea flavored with rose petals and fresh apples from Versailles' Royal Gardens. Nina's Paris has a centuries-old legacy of creating sophisticated aromas and fragrances for the court of Versailles, which has translated into an absolutely exclusive, one-of-a-kind tea collection reminiscent of 17th-century French perfumery. Check out our online French grocery store to discover more options from France!

Brew this tea and enjoy it on its own or with a splash of milk. First, warm your teapot by swirling hot water and pouring it out. Next, add a desirable amount of tea and pour freshly boiled fresh water. Give the mixture at least 4 minutes to brew before enjoying.


  • Ingredients: Apple pieces, hibiscus, black currant berries, rose petals, natural flavors, raspberry pieces, mallow flowers.
  • Product Weight: 3.5 oz (100 g)
  • Product of France
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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