Would you like to conjure up Russia in the era of the Tsars? Our selection of Russian teas invites you on a culinary journey through time.
With Kusmi Russian teas, embark on the Siberian Road, once known as the Tea Road. Start your discovery with Anastasia tea. As you sip it, you will understand the full power of black tea and catch the sweet-tart notes of lemon, bergamot and orange blossom. Drink as much of this Early Grey as you like!
Another travel companion along the tea road is Karavan No. 50. This enchanting new blend releases delicate fragrances and aromatic notes. Curious tasters and black tea lovers agree: it is a true delight! ».
Prince Vladimir tea is an excellent guest at your table for tea time. Created in 1888, this intense Earl Grey traces its roots to Slavic traditions. It is energized by sweet vanilla, citrus peel and a savory hint of spices.
Would you like to try an extraordinary Earl Grey? Introduce yourself to Troika. This Russian tea blends black tea with three citrus fruits: bergamot, orange and mandarin. A tea that is bursting with freshness!
To serve alongside your lunch, opt for a Kashmir Tchai. This Russian-flavored tea is built on spices such as anise, cinnamon, ginger and cardamom. In the age of the tea caravans, these spices traveled across all of Asia to be consumed in Russia.
In the winter, opt for Imperial Label, a unique green tea crafted with orange, cinnamon, licorice, lemon, sea buckthorn berries and vanilla. The recipe for this tea comes from an ancient Russian beverage that helped people through rough winters.
Discover the extensive variety within our selection of Russian teas ‒ samovar optional!