Citrus Fruit Teas

Fragrances of lemon, orange, grapefruit, bergamot... for fresh teas, slightly tart and deliciously fruity.

A sweet and tangy touch

Citrus fruits - lemons, grapefruits or oranges, with their juicy flesh, bring a sweet and sour note to our plates. The thick peel of citrus fruits is loaded with essential oils and perfumes the air. Their peels are frequently used as a basic ingredient in perfumery for fresh and invigorating scents.

They are also used in some teas to add a touch of tartness.

Our range of flavoured teas includes green and black teas with orange, lemon and bergamot scents to awaken your senses in the morning, at breakfast or throughout the day.

Tasting advice      

To prepare your citrus tea, use hot water between 80°C and 90°C, as indicated in the tea tasting guide. To avoid damaging the tea leaves, do not use boiling water.

To accompany your citrus tea, think of shortbreads, pure butter shortbread or chocolate biscuits for a delicious moment.

For a more delicate and richly flavoured tea, try flower teas with jasmine, rose petal, hibiscus or flower essential oil.

When storing your tea, it is important to avoid humidity, excessive temperatures, light, air and strong odours that can be absorbed by the tea. The quality of your tea leaves will be impaired. It is best to store tea in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.

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