Fragrant, woodsy, with notes of licorice, this Chinese black tea also has clear and comforting smoky accents.
Well-known for its strong taste, Gunpowder green tea has long dominated the Chinese export market.
Rooibos is a plant of the legume family that originates exclusively from the Cederberg Mountains in South Africa. Commonly called "red tea", Rooibos has nothing to do with the Camellia Sinensis plant. It contains no caffeine and is high in minerals and antioxidants.
From the vast plains of Assam, the Banaspaty garden offers us this tea with uniform and slightly broken leaves.
A surprisingly aromatic tea finely balanced notes of acidity (tomato), woody and slightly peppery give a background to the surprising camphor/eucalyptus characteristics of this full, generous cleansing tonic.
This herb has been known since ancient times for its many medicinal properties. The infusion prepared from the flowering tops is, among other things, an aid to digestion, anti-inflammatory and soothing. Its light yellow liquor is soft, silky and its floral fragrance persists to a long sweet finish.
Usually produced from fall harvests before the cold season, its humble origins stretch back in to Japanese history. Always popular in the winter for its warm, comforting aromas and its low level of caffeine, it suits any tea time perfectly.
Well known World-wide for centuries and deeply embedded in Indian culture, Tulsi (sacred basil) is a plant renown for its beneficial properties. This herbal tea was created following Ayurvedic concepts, and is as delicious as it is beneficial.
High above the Western flanks of the Andes, in La Cumbre region, at over 1800m of altitude we find the luxurious garden origin of this organic black tea.