A delicious Matcha with an excellent quality/price ratio brought to us by the Osafumi brothers, second generation producers.
Winter often goes hand in hand with catching colds, flus and various other viruses. Thankfully, our team has put their efforts together to give you a few ideas on how to fight these and not get slowed down!
- The second Josiane sees the first signs of a virus she prepares a good matcha dose to fight it off.
- If you’re feeling a bit courageous, you can do like Noémie and mix a garlic clove with some L'Éclatante tisane, honey and gin. You’ll scare the cold away (as well as any humans).
- If you take equal parts Labrador Tea and a Chinese green tea, you’ll get a tasty and efficient beverage to not doze off at work. Veronique-approved!
- If you want to stay up and dance all night, go for a generous dose of black tea such as Singell, a Darjeeling First Flush
- If you’re suffering from a nasty cough or throat ache, go for the Shui Xian Lao Cong along with a good spoonful of honey
- Looking for next level comfort? Try mixing the Protectrice organic and Taïga sauvage herbal teas along with honey.
- Try simply enjoying an earthy Pu Er bien like the 2011 Menghai or Myanmar. Add some honey and wheat milk.
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Labrador Tea, or Greenland Ledon, is not related to the tea plant, but its therapeutic virtues are sought after, just like those of Camellia Sinensis. This wild harvest comes from areas of the wetlands of Lac St-Jean where the plant is exposed to the warm rays of the sun.
A stunning batch of First Flush black tea from the " Heritage " section of the Singell garden in Darjeeling. This section of 160 year old seed-grown tea plants is cultivated using biodynamic methods, high in the mountains of the Himalayan range. This style of tea has given Darjeeling the reputation as the "Champagne of black teas”.
Harvested from mature tea plants with roots deeply embedded in the terroir of the Wuyi Mountains in China, this roasted black wulong offers rich woody and fruity aromas enhanced by its generous presence.
This divine collaboration of colourful flowers and fine needles of fir seduces the eye at first glance.
Harvested in the heart of our beautiful forests, the plants composing this herbal tea will sharpen your taste buds while also acting as a flu breaker, an anti-inflammatory medicine and a powerful release for the respiratory tract.
Originating from ecological plantations (Sheng Tai), this Shou Pu er was compressed in the traditional form of the bird's nest (tuo cha).
An aged tea made from the leaves of trees of up to 100 years old in the Guo Gan region of Myanmar. An area inhabited by minorities of Chinese origin.
This organic tea, strongly dominated by ginger and lemon, is an ideal mix to get through the cold season. Spicy and tangy, its vegetal liquor is fruity (citrus) and spicy. Warm and friendly from start to finish, it will give you a boost against those winter sore throats.
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