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Tea Culture

Wednesday 10 May 2017

Posted by Fiona Fromental

It may appear as a generalization, but we’ve noticed some differences between the people who regularly drink coffee or those who drink tea. And we mostly are one or the other. Which team are you?

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Wednesday 10 May 2017

Posted by Capucine Dehaut

Dear tea lovers, we have excellent news ! There’s more than just drinking tea, you can actually eat it!  

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Friday 22 July 2016

Posted by Charles Barrieu

Made from a South African bush, Rooibos which means red bush was originally drunk by local people of the Western Cap Provence of South Africa.

 

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Friday 22 July 2016

Posted by Hugo Frontere

The history of tea is long and complex, and is linked with a founding myth coming from China .

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Friday 22 July 2016

Posted by Fiona Fromental

Sometimes we have bad habits that directly have an impact on our health. Herbal infusions can help replace the nutrients lost and reduce disease risks.

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Friday 22 July 2016

Posted by Milene Cardoso

Tea is an integral part of the Japanese culture and lifestyle. The tea ceremony is codified and respects thousand-year-old habits.

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Friday 22 July 2016

Posted by Nicolas Alves

 “Chai” means tea in many Asian languages but most Western people confuse what they call “Chai Tea” with “Masala Chai”

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Tuesday 14 June 2016

Posted by Charles Barrieu

Green tea has been, since a few years in occident and since the 70’s in Japan, subject to many scientific studies that highlighted its health benefits. It is now proven that green tea reduces cholesterol, has anti inflammatory properties, helps to prevent and battle against cancers, etc…

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Friday 10 June 2016

Posted by Redha Laafia

Here comes the summer: what about a fresh Nunshen® brewed iced tea?!

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Friday 10 June 2016

Posted by Célia Mègre

Rooibos (“Red Shrub” in Afrikaans) is a plant cultivated exclusively in South Africa in Cedarberg’s Moutains at 300km in the north of Capetown.

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Friday 10 June 2016

Posted by Guillaume Béliard

There is no need to be a wine connoisseur to understand the basic rule of wine and food pairing but when it comes to tea, the exploration session is open.

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