A large selection of teas and infusions

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Our selection of Teas

Some of the best teas in the world

It was in the year 2737 before our era, Emperor Shen-Nung sat in the shade of a shrub and boiled water that he proposed to drink. The wind blew some leaves that went astray in the water and infused there. The Emperor was delighted with their perfume, and after him the whole of humanity.

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Ceylan

Orange peko kenilworth

Located southwest of the city of Nawalapitiya, this garden is, at present, the best when it comes to Pekoe oranges for tea lovers. Not too full-bodied but with character. With or without milk at any time of the day.

Indes

Darjeeling F.O.P

Big leaf tea, great lord pushing 2000 feet high on the highlands from Himalaya to the east of Nepal. Highly developed perfume reminiscent of green almonds and peaches according to the gardens. Probably the best tea in the world. Drinks with or without milk.

Assam boken orange peko

The most consumed tea in the world. Very full-bodied, slightly chocolatey. Typically British. The scent will be developed by a cloud of milk. Morning tea.

Japon

Sencha fukuyu

Sencha (theses shaped into flat needles after steaming) are very popular in Japan for their refreshing flavor. This summer harvest offers a cup with powerful vegetal notes and fruity aroma with a slight bitterness.

Chine non-fumé

Keemun

Chinese tea very light, with aromatic liquor. is perfect for evening. To drink without milk.

Yunnan

Southern China tea with a slightly perfume chocolatey. Very beautiful leaf with golden tip. Very full-bodied. Nicknamed the Tea Mocha. Very feeding. It is perfect for breakfast. The only tea in China that supports a drop of milk.

Fujian vert

Between Yunnan green tea and Japanese Sencha, its long dark green leaves with clear liquor offers a fresh attack to the slightest astringency. In the cup, he mixes the marine notes, cooked vegetables (kale rave) with others lightly grilled to finish on a subtly sweet finish.

Chine fumé

Lapsang Shouchong

Blend of great teas from China, spiked white. Great classic barely smoked. For the faithful connoisseurs of black tea from China. Drinks without milk or lemon, recommended iced.

Impériale

Slightly smoked mixture, embellished with flowers Jasmine, ideal for the afternoon.

Our selection of scented teas

Earl grey

Famous tea from China and Orient perfumed at the bergamot (sweet lemon) whose sweet flavor is very aromatic. Drinks at 17h with or without milk.

Russian tea douchka

Mix of teas from China and perfumed indies with essences of fruits and flowers. The aroma is very high and very endearing.

Green tea with mint

Gunpowder from China and Mint Nana from Morocco combine perfectly to make this tea the most refreshing drink. Tonic and digestive virtues.

Tea flavored with vanilla

Blend of non-smoked Ceylon and Chinese teas, vanilla flavored with pieces of vanilla. Very sweet and sweet.

Red fruit tea

Mix of Ceylon teas, from India and China not smoked, cherry, strawberry, raspberry and currant aroma.

The green garden

Green tea of ​​Sencha de Chine with aromas rhubarb and wild strawberry.

China jasmine with flowers

Chinese green tea strongly scented with jasmine and embellished with flowers. Very fine. Drink without milk.

Blood orange tea

Mix of Ceylon and China teas to blood orange. Perfume very nice.

Rose tea

Great Chinese tea, decorated with petals of roses, prepared with meticulous care according to millennial traditions. Extremely special and curious, every refined person must taste carefully this extraordinary tea.

Tea flavored with caramel

Mix of Ceylon and China teas non-smoked, scented with English aroma of caramel. Recall the taste of Toffes.

Noir exotic

The subtle notes of black tea mingle here with those fruity fruits cocktail combining passion fruit, coconut, pineapple, mango and lime in a tasty mix with exotic flavors.

Old-fashioned herbal teas

« Many things will be reborn that were long forgotten » Horace


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Tilleul (tillia europea)

This plant whose praise is no longer to be made, was very well known to the ancients, who boasted use to relax the nerves, calm heated hearts and suppress spasms. No need to describe this beautiful tree well known, whose flowers provide us infusion the most classic, still very popular in most families.

Verveine (lippia citriodora)

Only verbena has a rich history in legends. It was witches' grass or sacred grass, used by magicians. It was apparently enough to Rub the body with this grass to make someone love you. The fragrant verbena is used exclusively by the herbalist and is one of the most stomatal, digestive and antinevralgic powers.

Mint (mentha piperita)

Originally from England, mint was already known to Egyptians and Hebrews who appreciated it for the feeling of freshness it provides. Mint is as famous as linden or chamomile among the infusions of which it combines in the highest degree all the properties tonic, stimulating and antispasmodic. In contrast, let's destroy the legend of the past ensuring that high dose mint is an aphrodisiac and exciting.

Camomille (anthemis nobilis)

Who does not know chamomile, this great classic of the vegetable panoply of which each family, once, was pledged to relieve possible digestive disorders, stomach cramps, periodic fevers, neuralgia, asthma and general fatigue. Galen, the greatest Greek doctor, after Hippocrates, says that the sages of Egypt dedicated it to Sun God because of its effectiveness against fevers and heat gain.

Lemongrass

What about this perennial plant that has no origin or history. Resembling appearance to verbena, it gives off an extremely lemony odor which makes an evening infusion with a subtle and delicate perfume, ideal after a good meal.

Mauve (althae officinalis)

From its true origin, Marshmallow, Nicolas Lemery with Guy Crescent Fagon, first doctor of Louis XIV said that marshmallow "is emollient, humectant, softening, pectoral, aperitif, clean for the sick of the kidneys and especially for the cough as well as for the punks who go down on the chest, and the ardours of urine. " It is recommended imperatively for the affections of bronchi, colds, flu, coughs of irritation.

Anis vert (pompinella anisum)

The seeds of this aromatic umbelliferous are among the "Hot seeds" of the pharmacy of the time spent. Its origin is poorly known and in ancient times the green anise came mainly from Egypt, Crete, Ethiopia and Spain. At present, it is grown throughout Europe and in Russia, France is found in the regions of Albi, Anjou, and Touraine. Pliny, the naturalist, says that green anise is among the few plants rented by Pythagoras. It makes the breath soft, the face young and removes the bad smell of the mouth. Anise has always been used to treat stomach ailments.

Rose (rosa gallica)

Native of Orient and introduced in France at the time of the Crusades, the rose rose perfectly acclimatized on our soil. Herbalism only uses the Damascus rose, which later became the rose from Provins. The petals of the rose are harvested only shortly before blooming. they must be quickly dried in the sun or in a well-ventilated attic. Dioscoriden, Dalian, and Teophraste already recognize the tonic and refreshing properties of the rose. Pulmonary fortifier, so it is beneficial for sore throats, inflammations of the mouth.

Sauge (salva officinalis)

Like savory, thyme and marjoram, sage grows spontaneously in the south of France. but it is also grown in gardens. In Egypt, at the time of Ramses, this plant was already reputed for its many virtues, and the Greeks offered them to the Gods, in order to dispose of them favorably with regard to solicitations. The infusion of sage is remarkable in all cases of nervousness, persistent fatigue, sweating, or against the depressive state.

Thym (thymus vulgaris)

Thyme is a perennial that is grown in its garden for its culinary use. Beyond this use, thyme is widely provided with many therapeutic properties. He passes to "excite" the intelligence, to revive the sexual appetite. Gives freshness of mind, a feeling of lightness of the stomach, an absence of morning cough. Virgil (70-19 BC) already devoted to him a passage in his "Georgics" to praise his tonic and euphoric effects.

Lavender (lavandula officinalis)

The etymology of its French name comes from the Latin "lavare" which means to wash. From there also, the name of washerwoman, for the women who washed the linen and put there lavender to perfume it. Nowadays, it is customary to use lavender in the form of of eau de toilette to perfume, only as an infusion. In addition to its sweet and fresh smell, the lavender has the advantage of being a very remarkable tonic of the nervous system, it soothes the nerves and it is recommended in nervous affections, spasms, agitation and nervousness.

Mix of 5 plants

Judicious dosage of linden, verbena, mint, chamomile and orange blossom. This mixture brings together a whole set of virtues and gives it a taste of remarkable finesse. This is the sovereign infusion uninitiated neophytes with the particular fragrance of each plant selected for you.