Scented Black Tea - Libertine - Exotic Fruits


This extraordinary creation captures the magic of paradise islands and the warmth of our spirits. An aromatic complexity that blends passion fruit, mango and papaya. To support our reverie, a few flower petals crown this black tea. An irresistible taste experience!

Composition: Yunnan black tea, flavouring, rose petals, sunflowers, cornflowers.
Brewing time: 3 minutes to 3 minutes 45.
Brewing temperature: 90°c
Dosage: 10g/litre

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Black tea scented with exotic fruits: reveal your libertine side

The Marquis de Sade said: "Nothing is awful in libertinism, because everything that libertinism inspires, is also inspired by nature". Here, nature is well and truly present with this magnificent Yunnan black tea with large leaves.

This fine, subtle and delicate tea awakens the senses and makes you want to indulge in libertinism in order to discover new horizons of pleasure and live a true gustatory experience.

What are the flavours of black tea scented with exotic fruits?

This Yunnan black tea combined with rose petals, sunflowers and blueberry flowers reveals delicious aromas of passion fruit, mango and papaya. Awaken the libertine in you to discover its exotic flavours.

Imagine yourself for a moment with your muse along a river with only a luxuriant nature for horizon. The only sound in the background... a waterfall. Nature, you and your scented black tea. Do you need to refresh yourself? How about trying this exotic fruit iced tea?

Exotic fruit flavoured black tea: from the plantation to the cup

Yunnan black tea is grown in China in the region of the same name located at the gateway to Burma and Laos. It flourishes on the high plateaus of this region and benefits from a warm and humid climate that allows it to develop according to the seasons.

After the leaves have been picked from the tea plant, they are oxidized to obtain a black tea (which the Chinese call red tea). The tea leaves are placed on racks at a temperature between 20 and 24° for 18 to 32 hours. During this withering stage, they are ventilated with forced air.

Then, the rolling is an important operation because it will impact the strength of your tea. The tea leaves are then placed in an oxidation room with a humidity level between 90 and 95% and a temperature between 20 and 22° for 1 to 3 hours.

Then comes the drying phase, here the leaves are heated for 10 to 15 minutes at 90°, the humidity level is suddenly lowered to 5%.

Finally, your Yunnan black tea is sorted and ready to be enjoyed.

Food and tea: David's Vanilla pairings

With its exotic flavours, we can perfectly imagine this tea flavoured with shrimps sautéed in ginger (a spice which, let's not forget, is an aphrodisiac...).
To fully experience your trip to the land of the exotic, why not combine this tea with a chocolate and mango cream pie?

Preparation and tasting advice for your Yunnan black tea with exotic fruits

Infusion temperature: 90°
Infusion time: between 3 minutes and 3 minutes 45
Dosage: 10 g for one litre of water
Ideal moment for tasting: all day long, the pleasure has no limits

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Aurore M. published the 06/04/2021 following an order made on 24/03/2021


Un très beau thé, subtil et envoutant.