‘Histoire Tibétaine’ is the whole story of a great blend made of green and black teas and ‘Roof of the world’ high plateau flowers, this THEODOR blend revealing notes of cream, jasmine and floral bergamot will offer you a moment imbued with delicacy for tea time.
Tibetan monks let their mark in this spiritual cup of tea, expressing in its flavors all these meditation hours when only the wind’s breeze can be heard in the woody framework of monasteries and great temples.
The ‘Carelessness’ essence teas are essentially expressed on these flowery notes, light and subtle, with great finesse and delicacy just as tradition requires.
This tea blend is characterized by its long dark-colored leaves, sprinkled by delicate jasmine flower petals. A floral, vanilla and citrus aroma is revealed at the opening of your tin, a combination that your senses will not be able to do without…
On its base of green and black teas, this creation reveals in first notes zest flavors of bergamot, in the way of an Earl Grey, followed by a vanilla and creamy touch, all in the long finish to offer a floral flavor in your mouth, including the one of jasmine flower.
Enjoy then a tea tasting filled with sweetness and rich in flavors at each sip of this beverage, creamy on your palate, with its amber color reminding us of this tea blend composing it.
‘Histoire Tibétaine’, a tea blend flavored with bergamot and jasmine to be savored for a soft waking with great delicacy, for a light break, or even for an absolute and floral tea moment during the day.
“Are all those questions actually useful, since we can simply appreciate the softness of things…?
Jasmine flowers, vanilla orchid fragrance, the morning mist, to only worry about the present instant and to care only about how much longer I can make it last. This is my every morning’s delight, until I wake up and come back to reality…”
MAJOR NOTES: Bergamot, jasmine
INGREDIENTS: Black (56,6%) and green teas (39,7%) (Origin: China), Flavors (Cream, Bergamot, Jasmine), Jasmine petals (1,5%).
INFUSION TIME: 2 to 3’30 minutes
TEMPERATURE: 185 °F (85°C)