This green tea-based version of the classic bergamot-flavoured Earl Grey offers a more herbaceous liquor and a more pronounced aroma.
Discover the highest quality teas, selected directly from the tea gardens.
Well-known for its strong taste, Gunpowder green tea has long dominated the Chinese export market.
Omnipresent in Maghreb (most of all in Morocco), it has been used to prepare the famous mint tea for more than two centuries.
Our Gunpowder comes from organic culture in Hunan province (China). Its bold green taste bears the expected bitterness of the style.
It can be drunk as is for its intense vitality or with fresh mint leaves for a smoother moment.
A delicious house blend of organic green tea (organic Gunpowder) with mint.
Thirst quenching and light on the stomach, mint green tea is the most drank beverage in the arid regions of Northern Africa.
Its fresh persistence will give you a taste for more….
Exuberant, intoxicating, it stays in your mouth like a happy song that does not want to leave.
A green tea with bold vegetal notes, enhanced by the tangy flavors of raspberry and orange.
This meeting of two time-honoured classics unfolds an intense aromatic bouquet of jasmine and bergamot, delicately enhanced with the sweet fragrance of rose.
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.
This green tea embellished with peony petals and essence of lychee offers a balanced and sweet liquor.
For lovers of citrus teas - perhaps a distant cousin to Earl Grey - with its delicious slices of orange peel.
A simple green tea and jasmine blend. A well-balanced classic.
This Vietnamese green tea comes from a small farming cooperative in Thai Nguyen region (north of Hanoi) where tea production is run by women.
In these poor rural regions, families who own small tea gardens regroup their efforts to help each other. Ms. Hiep, head of the farming cooperative, coordinates everything to ensure good results.
Authentic and robust, the Tan Huong resembles a trip through the mountains of Vietnam. Grown without the use of chemical pesticides, it is as charmingly rustic, as the farmers who produce it.
Sweet vegetal aromas with subtle marine notes and a warm aftertaste, …
This Kukicha style tea was created following the old Japanese tradition where stems and stalks from late bush harvests are roasted in preparation for winter. Its taste is exceptionally sweet, with notes of hazelnuts, brown sugar and roasted pecans. Kukicha tea also has the advantage of being naturally low in caffeine.
This organic bancha from the Kagoshima region in southern Japan meets all the criteria for a great everyday green tea.
A flat-leaf Japanese green tea from the region of Shizuoka. Contains very little caffeine. Gives a sweet liquor with very little astrincency.
The marriage of mint and spices, this green tea offers a bright liquor with a light aromatic profile. The softness of its supple texture contrasts with the menthol sensation. A memorable journey to North Africa!
Genmaicha is a traditional Japanese blend of green tea leaves and grilled rice.
A well balanced blend of leaves and stems roasted to its characteristic ochre colour.
Enjoyable Japanese green tea made with a mixture of twigs and leaves of Sencha.
A Chinese wulong blended with dried apricot pieces, a favorite among lovers of creamy, exotic, thirst-quenching beverages.
A full burst of freshness, this organic green tea blend has a great balance of lemon and fruits (berries) and will quench any thirst. The strong lemon accents combine perfectly with the earthy notes of the green tea enhanced by the fruity finale of ripe raspberries. Its liquor is a sweet and clear wave of freshness.
Here is a green tea produced in the Chinese style of Maofeng teas with its leaves rolled in curly twists. Its liquor is lively and astringent, with notes of artichokes, apricot and warm honey. A vigorously tonic green tea for your everyday consumption.