To celebrate its 150th anniversary, Kusmi Tea is partnering with Alain Ducasse to create its first white tea. The buds and first leaves from the tea plant are handpicked in the spring to obtain a rare and precious blend. The famous chef enhanced the white tea with an exclusive recipe combining delicate notes of rose and raspberry.
White tea, green tea, flavours (raspberry, rose)
10 large Muslin tea bags FrozenMaicha: Genmaicha in an ideal format for preparing iced tea with a brand new recipe. The infusion of this Japanese tea reveals both a fresh scent of green tea and a light hazelnut flavor from puffed and toasted grains of rice. Enjoy ice cold for a refreshing tea with subtle aromas. To add a twist to your FrozenMaicha, brew the tea bag with five strawberries for an irresistibly delicious cocktail. Preparing the iced tea: Pour simmering water (200°F) Brew the tea bag for 3 minutes Add ice cubes Enjoy! Each 0.3oz tea bag makes a 1-quart carafe of iced tea.
Green tea, toasted rice grains (47%), puffed rice grains (2%)
Four red fruits strikes the perfect balance between the natural bitterness of black tea and the slightly tart flavours of raspberries, strawberries, redcurrants and cherries. It’s ideal for afternoon teatime and is excellent with pastries.
Black tea, flavourings
Without a doubt the most popular flavoured black tea in the world, Earl Grey owes its name to an early 19th century British prime minister. The intense, fresh flavour of bergamot (a small citrus fruit from Sicily) pairs beautifully with the black tea.
Black tea, essential oil of bergamot
With Earl Grey Intense, Kusmi Tea gives its own interpretation of Earl Grey by revisiting this very famous flavored black tea. Intensely perfumed, and easily recognizable with its gold lid, it combines black tea with the power of bergamot essential oil and zesty notes of lemon peel. With its full-bodied flavor, Earl Grey Intense will seduce women as well as men and will turn your teatime into a nice sharing moment. Earl Grey at its best
Black tea, lemon peel (2%), essential oil of bergamot
The result of adding chocolate and spices to a black tea from China, Spicy Chocolate tea is inspired by the original way of enjoying hot chocolate. Introduced into Europe in the 16th century, the original beverage consisted of cacao beans and spices, perfect for an indulgent afternoon break that will delight both tea and chocolate lovers.
Black tea, cinnamon, pepper, clove buds, cardamom, ginger, flavourings