Nature Teas

  • A high quality Pai Mu Tan is put in contact with fresh rose buds. A very thirst quenching tea with flowery notes. Origin: Fujian, Chine Preparation:: 1g per 10cl, 70 degrees, 7 minutes

    10,00 €
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  • Kukicha is a green tea made of stems and young leaves. "Karigane" means the tea bushes grew in the shadow, producing more tender and aromatic leaves. Origin: Japan, Kyushu island, Province of Kagoshima Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 80 degrés, 3 minutes All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before...

    18,00 €
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  • A higher grade than usual Orange Pekoe, OP1 consist of very well rolled, wiry, leaves and semi leaves. An extraordinary quality from an award winning estate.  Origin: Province of Ratnapura, Sri Lanka Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 5 minutes

    5,00 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: Green Oolong produced with Jinxuan bushes exhibiting floral and delicate milky aromas. Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 5 minutes Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    12,00 €
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  • This tea was harvested in the tea plantation of Doi Angkhan, in the northern Thai Mountains, at the border with Burma. An excellent green tea, complex but accessible, with mineral aromas. Can be re-infused several times. Origin: Doi Angkhang, Nord-Thaïlande Cultivar: Jinxuan Preparation: 2g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 4 minutes

    12,00 €
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  • Superb Jasmin white tea. Only the tea buds are harvested. Fresh jasmin flowers are put in contact with the tea buds, replaced every days during 4 to 5 days, then they are removed. Origin: Guangxi, Chine Preparation:: 1g per 10cl, 70 degrees, 7 minutes

    25,00 €
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  • Tea Flower delivering 3 jasmin flowers and a marigold flower Origin: China Preparation: 1 tea flower per 80cl, 80 degrees water, infuse for 5 minutes

    1,50 €
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  • An excellent black tea, complex but accessible, with wholesome fruity aromas. Very little bitterness even if you pushes the infusion longer. Can be re-infused several times. Origin: Doi Angkhang, Nord-Thaïlande Cultivar: Jinxuan Preparation: 2g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 4 minutes

    12,00 €
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  • The Abbotsford Special is produced exclusively from buds harvested from the tea bushes planted by British planter, M. Ferguson in 1871 on Abbotsford Estate, Ceylon. A very delicate tea which needs low temperature infusion, 60 to 70c, to fully express it potential. Origin: Province of Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 65 degrés, 6 minutes

    17,50 €
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  • This tea is made with buds harvested on a special specie of Camellia Assamica in the Lincang area of Yunnan province in China. Superb white tea with an exceptional. This tea variety is known to have no caffeine/theine. Origin: Yunnan, China Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 80 degrees water, infuse for 6 minutes

    12,00 €
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  • Only young shoots bitten by insects are harvested to produce this tea. Therefore, leaves are under-developed and started their oxidation process o the  tea plant. Fruity and flowery aromas combine in a great complexity. Origin: Doi Angkhang, North-Thailand Tea Cultivar: Rhuan Zhe / Jinxuan Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 95 degrees water, infuse for 5 minutes

    20,00 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: This tea is produced with the very first Taiwanese tea bushes planted in Doi Mae Salong in the 1970's. An unusal green tea made in tight balls with very bright aromas. Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    12,00 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: A very unusual tea with aromas of sticky rice.  These aromas come from a plant growing in North-Thailand and called NuoMi Xiang. This plant is blended at 1 for 5 when the oxydation process starts. Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 90 degrees, 4 minutes Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    14,00 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: Produced with the cultivar Cui Yu, this green Oolong is lightly oxydised and shaped in small dense balls. Very aromatic with strong aromas of white flowers. Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes. Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    18,00 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: Green Oolong produced with Rhuan Zhe cultivar bushes. Rhuan Zhe is a tea plant with low yield, about 20% less production than Jinxuan, but with superb delicate floral aromas. Conseils de préparation: 1g par 10cl, eau à 90 degrés, 5 minutes d'infusion Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    20,00 €
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  • This black tea has high proportion of silver buds. It is very aromatic with cooked apple and citrus notes, with a long lasting taste.  Perfect for a higher grade breakfast tea with a moderate to high level of caffeine. Origin: Province of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 5 minutes

    7,50 €
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  • A very thin harvest of the most tender leaves, rolled in pearls, and scented with fresh jasmin flowers. Fresh jasmin flowers are put in contact with the tea, replaced every days during 4 to 5 days, then they are removed. Origin: Fujian, Chine Preparation:: 1g per 10cl, 70 degrees, 7 minutes

    22,00 €
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  • Oolong tea blended with Osmanthus flower petals freshly harvested. A flowery tea with very pleasant aromas of apricot and peach. This tea can be infused several times. Origin: Doi Mae Salong, North-Thailand Tea Cultivar: Chin-Shin Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes

    19,50 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: Produced with the cultivar Rhuan Zhe, a cultivar with a low yield but very aromatic, this Oolong has a strong oxidation and exhibits sweet aromas of plum and cooked fruits. Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    19,50 €
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  • Origin: Thailand, Mountain of Doi Mae Salong, 1,300m asl Description: Produced with very lightly oxidised Jinxuan leaves, this tea is at the border between a green tea and an Oolong.  Preparation: 2g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes Certified BIO by FR-BIO-01

    9,00 €
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  • Harvested on wild tea bushes growing at the Thai and Burmese border, these buds express extraordinary floral aromas. Very high caffeine contents. Origin: Mae Hong Son, Thailand Preparation: 2g par 12cl, 90 degrees, 5mns

    25,00 €
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  • This black tea has high proportion of silver buds. It is very aromatic with cooked apple and citrus notes, with a long lasting taste.  Perfect for a higher grade breakfast tea with a moderate to high level of caffeine. Origin: Province of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 5 minutes

    7,50 €
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  • Superb harvest of you spring buds. Powerful aromas of fruits and honey combine Origin: Yunnan, China Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes

    25,00 €
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  • Young buds from Yunnan for a great value tea, ideal for the morning. Origin: Yunnan, China Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes

    10,00 €
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  • Difficult to classify with its particularity close to a darjeeling black tea and the subtleness of a white tea, this tea is exceptional with fruity peach aromas Origin: Ilam region, Nepal Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes

    18,00 €
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  • Origin: Laos, Bolaven Volcanic Plateau, Garden of Mme Bua Description: This tea is produced with Da Ye tea bushes planted in Mme Bua Garden 80 years ago. Dried in a wok, it is slightly smoked, and also fermented, bringing this tea close to Pu Erh Maocha. Semi-wild forest tea bushes un-treated.

    12,00 €
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  • A very high quality Sencha from Shizuoka is blended with natural Yuzu powder and peels. Totally natural, no aromas added, a rarity of exceptional taste. Origin: Japan, Shizuoka Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 65 degrés, 1m30s All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before being sent to our clients in a...

    19,90 €
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  • Our Royal Mint is composed of 50% of Organic Green Tea from the Royal Project of Thailand and 50% of peppermint from Auvergne, France. Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 70 degrees, 5 minutes

    12,00 €
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  • Description: Spring harvest for a more refined Organic Certified Sencha reaching a fresh and umami taste. Origin: Japan, Shizuoka Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 65 degrés, 1m30s All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before being sent to our clients in a sealed doypack bag.

    24,90 €
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  • Origin: China Description: Smoked with pine tree wood on a base of white tea Pai Mu Tan, this tea has a delicate and long lasting taste.

    8,00 €
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    Spring harvest for our most refined Organic Certified Sencha with a high proportion of buds. A very high-quality Organic Certified Sencha. Origin: Japan, Shizuoka Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 65 degrés, 1m30s All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before being sent to our clients in a sealed...

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  • A very good quality Organic Certified Sencha with fresh and long lasting taste. Origin: Japan, Shizuoka Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 65 degrés, 1m30s All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before being sent to our clients in a sealed doypack bag.

    14,90 €
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  • Our Certified Organic Genmaicha is produced in Shizuoka and is made using a high quality Organic Sencha, roasted rice and rice-popcorn. Origin: Japan, Shizuoka Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 65 degrés, 1m30s All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before being sent to our clients in a sealed doypack bag.

    12,50 €
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  • Origin: China Description: Smoked with pinewood, our Lapsang Souchong is Certified Organic

    6,50 €
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  • Very nice Second Flush tea from the renowned Makaibari Certified Organic plantation in Darjeeling. Origin: Darjeeling, India Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 5 minutes

    13,00 €
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  • In this box set, you will discover the 5 growing regions of Sri Lanka. Ruhuna, Kandy, Nuwara Elya, Uva and Dimbula. The box consist of a luxury master box, with inside 5 canister with 50g of tea from the region in an aluminium sealed bag. Origin: Sri Lanka

    25,00 €
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  • Harvest of March 2018. This tea is produced usually once a year with the best Rhuan Zhe tea plants of the plantation. Normally harvested in October, the 2018 weather conditions permitted to make an harvest on the tea bushes and it resulted in one of the best Golden Oolong ever. Origin: Doi Mae Salong, North-Thailand Tea Cultivar: Rhuan Zhe Preparation: 1g...

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  • Only young shoots bitten by insects are harvested to produce this tea. Therefore, leaves are under-developed and started their oxidation process o the  tea plant. Fruity and flowery aromas combine in a great complexity. Origin: Doi Mae Salong Tea Cultivar: Rhuan Zhe / Jinxuan / Chin Shin / Green Jade Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 95 degrees water, infuse for...

    40,00 €
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  • 30g tin This Organic Certified Matcha is produced in Kirishima, in the south province of Kagoshima, this area is extremely propitious to the production of high quality Tencha thanks to its volcanic soil, fresh air at nights and tropical weather. The Okumidori cultivar used to produce this Matcha creates Tencha with vibrant emerald colour and sweet umami...

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  • This Kukicha is made exclusively of roasted stems and does not contain any tea leaves, which make it extremely low in caffeine. With its roasted profile, it will be appreciated by Black Tea drinkers. Origin: Japan, Kagoshima, Kirishima Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 80 degrés, 2m30s

    9,50 €
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  • This Gyokuro is a blend of high quality Organic Certified Gyokuros. An incredible value for money green tea. Origin: Japan, Kagoshima, Kirishima Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 50 degrés, 1m30s All our Japanese teas are imported by plane and kept in Europe in fridges at 4 degrees temperature, before being sent to our clients in a sealed doypack bag.

    19,90 €
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    This Gyokuro is produced exclusively from Okumidori tea plants, in the village of Makizono.  OkuMidori is a cultivar particularly used to make Tencha because of its vibrant green color and sweet taste.  The leaves have an elliptical shape similar to Yabukita cultivar, but a bit smaller and tender. The meaning of Oku is “late” and the meaning of “midori”...

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    This tea was specifically harvested at our request on 15 April 2018 on the best tea bushes of the garden. A very thin harvest for an exceptional tea. Origin: Doi Angkhang, Nord-Thaïlande Cultivar: Rhuan Zhe Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 80 degrés, 5 minutes

    18,00 €
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  • First Flush 2018 Darjeeling from Puttabong Garden. The Puttabong GardenSince: 1852Location: North of Darjeeling City, part of Tukvar propertiesAltitude: 450 - 1980 metresOrganic production since: 2009Percentage of clonal plants: 18%Percentage of chinese plants: 63%Percentage of Assamica plants: 19% Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4...

    20,00 €
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  • First Flush 2018 Darjeeling from Puttabong Garden. The Phoobsering GardenSince: 1864Location: North of Darjeeling CityAltitude: 910 - 1830 metresOrganic production since: 2010Percentage of clonal plants: 38%Percentage of chinese plants: 62% Preparation: 1g per 10cl, 90 degrees water, infuse for 4 minutes

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    Origin: Japan, Shizuoka Description: Nowadays, all Japanese teas are made with the help of very complicated machines. However, tea is still made by hand in very small quantities, it is called Temomi. To produce Temomi, hand-rollers work in a team and relay during approximately 5 hours to hand knead the fresh tea leaves. Temomi is usually not meant to be...

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  • A rarity as Japanese black tea is produced in very small quantities. However, it has fruity and delicate aromas but nonetheless a powerful cup. Origin: Japan, Kagoshima, Kirishima Preparation: 2g par 15cl, 80 degrés, 2mns All our Japanese teas are imported by plane, before being sent to our clients in a sealed doypack bag.

    25,00 €
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  • Rarity. Tencha is produced by the harvest of tea trees that have been shaded 20 to 30 days before harvest. The leaves are then steam and dried, without going through the kneading process. Tencha is normally exclusively sent to be ground into fine powder known as Matcha. Infused in hot water, the result is delicately mellow and round green tea. It is a...

    29,90 €
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  • It is one of the most popular tea in Japan, but not famous in Europe. It is a deep-steam tea, and the result is that a high proportion of leaves are broken. European might feel it is visually a low grade tea, but absolutely not, it is carefully made to produce a full-body very green, sweet and not bitter. Japanese use a Kyusu style teapot to infuse...

    32,00 €
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  • Soft and fruity black tea. Fresh and delicate, one of the best offerings of Sri Lanka in Organic Certified quality. Origin: Ahinsa Organic Tea gardens and Factory, Mliawa, Sri Lanka  Preparation: 1g par 10cl, 90 degrés, 4mns

    8,50 €
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