How to Choose and Prepare Herbal Teas
Herbal teas have been popular for centuries, partly thanks to their benefits and delicious blends. Offering a perfect accompaniment to our breaks throughout the day, these in
Choosing the right tea: a little glossary of different teas
Black, green, white, red… It can be hard to get your bearings with the countless tea varieties we all love! Read on to discover the different types and you’ll “tea” more clearly in no time!
How to make maté, Argentina’s favorite drink
Maté is becoming increasingly popular and can be enjoyed at any time of day, on its own or as a blend. But did you know that it is THE national drink in Argentina, and that it is consumed as part of a unique ceremony? Read on to find out more.
All about Darjeeling, the champagne of teas
India is a fascinating, multi-faceted country, and today we are taking you to West Bengal. This Indian state is home to the town of Darjeeling, famed worldwide for its inimitable black tea.
Exceptional teas: Have you heard of Darjeeling tea from the Makaibari Estate?
Calling all black tea afficionados! You’re going to love Makaibari tea, a rare, precious Darjeeling tea with delicate green notes. Every spring, Makaibari tea is freshly harvested according to the strictest traditional methods. This Darjeeling tea is then packaged in small cases ready to be infused.
Tea made in France: from our expert blenders to your teacup
Discover the teas created by Kusmi Tea and how they're made in France. From far-flung corners of the world to France and then to your teacup, find out about how our top-quality teas are made.
The One and Only Earl Grey Tea
Full-bodied and packed with character, Earl Grey’s reputation certainly precedes it! This English bergamot tea is the star of the breakfast table. Believe it or not, Earl Grey is the world’s most consumed tea! Read on to find out more…
In search of Morpheus: five organic herbal teas for sleeping
Almost as precious as Frodo's ring, sleep is essential for our well-being. We spend a third of our life sleeping. A waste of time? Well no, sleep is crucial for the proper functioning of our body. Beyond physical and psychological rest, sleep is involved at all stages of our well-being: from learning to memorisation, including the effectiveness of the immune system.