|In a shop dedicated to tea and nothing else:|
Dammann Frères, Paris, Place des Vosges.
|Dammann Frères, Paris, November 2018 (photo by Tom).|
This shop has been in business since 1692. Several other Dammann shops
are in other neighborhoods in the city. Other specialist tea-sellers
also have shops in various areas of Paris.
|We visited Dammann Frères during Christmas season, so it was busy.|
Their variety of single-origin teas from around the world is endless.
|They also blend tea with many aromatic herbs, dried flowers, leaves, and other flavors.|
Evelyn is the tea drinker in the family, and she bought a few packages of tea.
|Customers inside the shop (photo by Tom).|
|The shop is in the arcades that line the Place des Vosges.|
(Photo by Tom).
|Before we went into the tea store, we looked around the Place des Vosges. Miriam and Alice are just to the left of the statue.|
|An amusing shop window elsewhere in Paris showed some clever tea pots.|
|"Patisserie Salon de Thé" (photo by Evelyn).|
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