Last Mango in Paris - Loose Fruit Tea

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Close your eyes, take a sip, and get carried away to “The City of Love”

with this titillating herbal fruit tea blend inspired by Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci’s steamy 1972 film, Last Tango in Paris. The film, which portrays a salacious affair between a widower played by Marlon Brando and a young Parisian woman, was a cinematic scandal that ruffled feathers worldwide. 

Much like its namesake, which was deemed too risque for the public in several countries, this juicy and floral blend is sure to rev your engine.  A tango of flavors combines luscious mango, juicy orange and apple with flowery hibiscus and rosehips that don’t lie, creating a tea so sultry it should be government-censored! Its lemony character provides a lively kick, complimented by the addition of elderberries, which have been shown to boost respiratory health and alleviate allergies and flu symptoms. Whether you’re curling up on a winter’s day or that summer night is about to get even hotter, Last Mango in Paris is the perfect partner.

Enjoy a steamy cup and let this caffeine-free tropical blend take you along for a ride.  Very Nice Iced, too.

Base leaf: Herbal/Fruit
Health properties: Hypo-allergenic, respiratory-positive.
Flavor strength: Modest, Primary collection is mango on floral bed.
Caffeine: None.

Customer Reviews

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L.C.
Excellent Tea
There is a lot to like about Last Mango in Paris, our #1 most popular fruit tea. You are right, it's excellent both iced and hot. Pure enjoyment either way!
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L.D.
Love the flavor
You found a favorite! Last Mango in Paris has been on the favorites list since the opening of Good Life Tea in 2013. It's popular year round but particularly during the warmer weather months because it's an unforgettable iced tea. Enjoy!
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C.D.
Very happy
Last Mango in Paris seems to be a crowd favorite. It has a lot of flavor that comes from the pieces of delicious mango, orange, apple, elderberry, rosehip, pineapple and hibiscus. What can be better?

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