Le vermicompostage (compostage de déchets organiques par des vers de terre) est en pleine expansion depuis plus de 10 ans avec l’apparition des composteurs de maison. Il vous permet de réduire drastiquement vos déchets qui seront transformés en terreau utilisable pour votre balcon ou votre jardin.Lire la suite
Nous sommes très fiers de vous présenter l’aboutissement d’un incroyable projet après plusieurs mois de recherches: Tea’nder®. Lire la suite
Soucieux de notre service de livraison, nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer enfin l’accomplissement d’un projet d’envergure. Lire la suite
C’est l’histoire incroyable d’un viticulteur de l’Hérault qui va produire cet été un thé grand cru à proximité de Montpellier, sur les pentes du fameux Pic St Loup. Lire la suite
Born in 1978, i’m a tea enthusiast since my childhood. My parent were drinking a big teapot of Lapsang Souchong every morning. Adult, i start to discover the world of scented teas and after that, i try differents teas from asian countries. My first collection was around the Sri Lanka‘s teas where i travelled in 2006. I discovered there my first tea plantations.
After that, i was thinking to the next countries to visit. I’ve been in Yunnan, India, Japan, Taiwan, Zhejiang. Every area was a great experience for me. I have seen a lot of way to create tea but also different kind of consumption and lovely people who share their experiences. In parallel, i created my company to sell tea in France and offer my knowledge of the tea’s world.
Articles about my tea trips (only in French)
Terre des thés is specialised to offer a large diversity of teas from different origin. We do our best to propose the most fresh tea from the latest crop. Now, we sell more than 80 different teas. Every month, 5 to 10 fresh teas are proposed to our customer.
In parallel, we do our best to show the tea’s diversity to our customers. Every month, we offer a degustation, where people can test what a real fresh tea is.
Some special degustation are realized with other professionals: how tea can be drunk with cheese, or what are the common point between wine and tea.
The next steps are turned toward the asian countries: Korea, Japan, Darjeeling, Wuyi mountains, Thailand…we hope to visit all those places and be more aware about what happen there for the tea and his environment.
Je suis heureux de vous présenter notre dernier assemblage maison. Après de nombreux essais et de tests, j’ai pu marier deux éléments que j’apprécie énormément pour leurs parfums et leur tenue en bouche. Lire la suite
Chinese accessory , the Gaiwan (also called zhong in the Canton area ) is an ideal companion for tea lovers . It can quickly make a tea to contemplate the leaves when finished brewing. Most gaiwans consist of a lid, a saucer and a cup of about 100 to 200ml.
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The infusion of red tea is rich and mellow . Honey or cocoa scents can be present in some quality red teas . Lire la suite
Puerh tea is often pressed to allow its transportation and storage in a simple way . In parallel, the bulk form ( uncompressed sheets) also exists. This is a more common packaging in the West and which may be less confusing to learn this tea family.
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Gong Fu Cha, native to China, is primarily a way of making tea rather than a ceremony.
The success of a tea depends primarily on its brewing time as well as the water temperature
Depending on the type of tea, oxidation , the shape of its leaves, the brewing temperature will be adapted . We will consider two types most commonly used temperatures.
Caffeine from tea comprises from 2.5 to 5 % of a tea leaf . Scientists were first named theine until research proves that this molecule was indeed caffeine.
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Also known as oolong , blue – green teas semi -fermented teas, oolong teas are a family that offer a wide range of aromas .
Through their control of navigation and spirit of conquest in the 15th and 16th century, the Portuguese were the first westerners to settle in China. It’s in Macau they built the first buildings of their colony from 1553 .
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Macao is the first port of Europe is set in China. This city is a concession offered by China to the Portuguese to thank them for having chased the pirates that raged around Canton . It is from this region are shipped the first Chinese products to Europe in the 16th century , mainly tea , silk and porcelain . Lire la suite
Many tales have been passed in Asia to explain the appearance of a particular tea. Here we present the two most famous that explain how man discovered the magic of tea!
In Chinese mythology, the Emperor Shennong is the source of all discoveries around agriculture and the medicinal use of plants. He passed all his knowledge and for the good of his people.
In the interests of hygiene, it required all his subjects do boil the water before drinking. One day, sitting in the shade of a bush, a few sheets of it fell into his bowl of hot water. He drank, found the pleasant taste and felt the benefit of this infusion. From that day, the tea became a beneficial plant for the subjects of the emperor.
In the sixth century, the Indian monk Bodhidharma went to China to preach Buddhism. His influence profoundly affected Asia since he founded the school Chánin known as the Zen school in Japan. He also taught the monks of Shaolin meditation techniques, breathing and fighting.
Legend has it remained 9 years meditating in a cave, facing a wall. One day, furious at having dozed off after 7 years, he cut off his eyelids and threw them to the ground. Of this flap of flesh soon was born the first tea of humanity, tea was born! Consumption at once allowed the monks to keep them awake during long meditation sessions.