drank Paris by Harney & Sons
20 tasting notes

It’s just a fantasy, taking over like a disease.

Le Corbusier lived from 1887 to 1965. Le Corbusier was a Swiss-French architect. Le Corbusier dedicated himself to the modern city, urban planning.

It’s funny how art takes a life of its own. For a little while.

I saw some art house film Provenance at the Met last year while traveling alone. The film by Amie Siegel portrays the life and death of Le Corbusier’s chairs of the planned city Chandigarh in India. Le Corbusier planned that city. The city lives on in entropy, a posthumous daze that you’d have to be pulled out of as you wouldn’t be able to breath.

Paris by Harney and Sons harkens back to the very personification of the city of light brought about in Magic Man’s homonymic song. Licorice, Burnt Sugar, a full body burning through the chest.

I have to go to class :/
Magic Man – Paris: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yteXdnQQSUc
Amie Siegel’s Provenance: http://amiesiegel.net/project/provenance
Serendipity: http://hypem.com/track/28rzv

Flavors: Burnt Sugar, Licorice, Rhubarb

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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0-59: F
This tea fails me so! O how this does not suit me! A million sighs. Bleghch uchgh

60-69: D
Needs work, son. Not my cup of tea. Will not be trying again, but won’t knock it. Did not enjoy.

70-79: C
Alas! I see how others may enjoy this tea, but mine own taste buds have not come around to the party. Sully were my expectations to not have matched the profile of the tea. Just O.K.

80-89: B
Hey now! Not bad, I actually really like this tea! I did something right here. I must study this. Up my alley.

90-99: A
Goodness me! I love this tea, and I will be purchasing this again.

100: Super-A
Oh Sweet Buttercups! This tea is the belle of the ball! Ecstasy.

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