The Grand Yunnan Impérial is a bold-flavoured, exquisite blend of black tea from China. Perfect for breakfast, with a light sweet taste of hibiscus and jasmine.
Long Jing, a delicious green tea from the land of the National Tea, is the third most important tea in China. It has been cultivated for over 2000 years and can be considered to be one of the three varieties of Chinese green tea. People drink it primarily as a beverage in hot weather or to improve their health after eating fatty foods.
Pu Erh Impérial, Chinese tea with intense and powerful scents. Genmaïcha, a singular mixture of Bancha tea and roast rice.
Sencha Ariake, inexperienced of Japan, good within the morning.
Butterfly of Taiwan, stunning tea leaf tea, woody and honeyed. Grand Himalaya, a mix created with the most effective Darjeeling from the primary Flush 2013.
Margaret’s Hope, a fruity Darjeeling with a good character.
Assam Hattiali, a prime quality Assam, tea from India with a spicy and tasteful liquor.
Saint-James, tea from Ceylon, a lightweight and copper-coloured infusion.