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Coffee & Tea

Where can I buy really nice loose leaf tea?

glutton | Jul 26, 201104:58 AM     56

I'm a big tea drinker and I'm starting to run out. All my tea is loose leaf, not in bags. Typically, I drink Mariage Freres teas from Paris (yeah, I know, I'm fancy-pants -- feel free to snicker because my wife already does). I could mail order tea from Paris, but even for me that feels entirely excessive. Does anyone have a good source for very nice, fresh loose leaf tea in NJ? I live in the Princeton area, but am willing to drive north or south if there's a good source for tea.

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