Undoubtedly, this tea is perfect for reading in a hammock, playing Marco Polo at the pool, eating your twelfth corn or even an unlikely combination of these three activities.
Sometimes we're ready for some change, but without being quite ready to let go of our classics. Here's a great way to get out of your comfort zone without compromise.
Enjoy an afternoon Earl Gray with your beautiful British accent and small cucumber sandwiches.
This Earl Gray suits those wishing to practice their Provencal accent. It’s particularly good with a Marcel Pagnol movie, followed by a petanque match.
Are you sleep deprived and being a little emotional? Brew yourself a cup of Blueberry mango, it will help you relax and prevent you from sobbing on a chik flick …
This tea is a perfect nocturnal sweet cravings satisfaction. Excellent with milk, maple syrup and a good b&w film.
For an optimal experience, add sugar and milk. Waggle your hips on furious Indian music. And, it’s on.
A tea to wake you up the “English aristocratic way”: meaning that it's time to eat crumpets for lunch and wear your nicest hat.
Containing very little caffeine, this tea is perfect for relaxing. It fits very well with a good TV series and a soft couch.
To bring out the flowery notes, add a cloud of milk or cream. Keep calm. And carry on.
Your deadline is tomorrow morning? Don’t cry, Chaï Orangé will support you until sunrise.
Enjoy the antioxidant benefits of these delicious berries after spending the day outdoors. It’s healthy and much better than a plate of tofu.