Tea with meat or poultry

Be bold and serve tea with your meal. Discover an incredible harmony in the mouth when red meats, white meats and poultry come together with black teas from China, India and Nepal. DISCOVER ALL OUR SUGGESTIONS FOR TEA AND MEAT PAIRINGS: Tea and starter or appetizer Tea and fish or seafood

Assam

Green tea

Teething is tea that has not been oxidised, and therefore tea preparation aims to prevent any trace of oxidation. The leaves undergo three processes: roasting, rolling and burning. Grilling: The purpose of roasting is to destroy all the enzymes in the leaves that cause oxidation. To do this, heat the brown leaves of 100 0 C, large bat (Chinese system) …

Yixin jars

Xin Yi (Yi China) is a city in China, the famous for its remarkable clay, called by the Chinese “red clay” because of the brown oval key when it heats up. Clay Xin Yi has a particularly high level of iron and silicon, which give it characteristics Which make it much better than other clay jars: – First, it does …

First visit?

Let us guide you on your first visit! Discover the many facets of tea and order your tea online with complete confidence. Discover Palais des Thés Palais des Thés is first and foremost a group of people who have been passionate about tea for almost 30 years. Palais des Thés represents the highest quality of service and products, from scented …

Tea and health

Ever since its first appearance in Asia, tea has been considered beneficial for the body. Its oldest references come from historians advocating its medicinal properties: at first tea was used in the form of a paste, as a poultice to combat rheumatism. Legends about tea, whether Chinese, Indian or Japanese, all show, in their own way, the stimulating and invigorating …

English tradition

In 1606 the first tea chests arrived in Amsterdam, Holland: it was the first cargo of tea to be officially registered at a Western port. The Netherlands, at this time, had control over the trade of rare commodities from the Orient, but the English who, a few years later, founded the East India Company in direct competition with the Dutch …