Did you just put a star on a tree in the middle of the living room? The smell of mulled wine is everywhere in the streets? No doubt about it, the end of year celebrations are approaching. And with them, an essential product is making a comeback: Christmas tea. Traditionally, the recipe consists of a black tea with citrus fruits and spices, such as orange and cinnamon. The variations of this recipe offer sweet flavors, with vanilla, fruits or chocolate. Here is our collection of teas for your holiday season. To enjoy at home or to give as a gift at Christmas.
The original orange cinnamon black tea
A cup of Christmas tea often rhymes with the aromas of gingerbread and orange. This marriage of flavors warms up winter tea times. Preparing a pot of spiced black tea for Christmas dinner is also an opportunity to create precious moments of sharing with loved ones.
In our version of organic Christmas tea is Assam black tea. Rich in flavor, it is the perfect accompaniment to cinnamon and cardamom. The presence of apple pieces and rose petals softens the power of our Christmas Tea. Finally, the orange peels naturally acidify the infusion.
The Pu Erh with Christmas notes
Many Christmas tea recipes bring together the sweet notes of orange and cinnamon. This is the case with our flavored Pu Erh. Pu Erh is the iconic black tea of China. With its delicately smoky taste, this fermented tea is perfect for a Christmas infusion.
Our recipe combines a selection of delicious ingredients. Inside the tin are orange peels, cinnamon sticks, cardamom, walnuts, hazelnuts, apple and finally cloves. This high quality tea makes an excellent Christmas gift for a tea lover.
The Christmas recipe revisited with green and white teas
For a brighter Christmas tea, opt for our recipe made with teas from China. The blend brings together Sencha and Chun Mee green tea with Pai Mu Tan and Mao Feng white tea. The herbal notes of the green tea leaves are combined with the tangy taste of citrus. White tea and marigold round out the flavor. Finally, cinnamon adds a touch of spice.
This gourmet tea, enhanced with tangerine and cinnamon, is an invitation to your winter Tea Time at home. Present this tea in a hot teapot at the end of your Christmas meal, to wake up your guests and continue the festivities.
Black tea with chocolate and vanilla
When you open a can of our Katlicherra black tea, the sweet aromas of chocolate, vanilla, and speculoos enchant you. Once again, Assam black tea is at the heart of this Christmas tea recipe. Cocoa husks and crushed cocoa add delicious chocolate notes. Add to that creamy bourbon vanilla and apple.
You can't have a holiday season without chocolate. A cup of this Christmas Tea offers a comforting moment and a break full of pleasure. Add this gourmet pairing to your tea collection or give it as a Christmas gift.
Green tea with Christmas flavors
Among the recipes with orange and cinnamon flavors, our Sichuan Christmas tea is by far the most original. It features a marriage of two teas from China: Sencha green tea and jasmine white tea. The recipe also contains lavender and rose petals. The floral infusion is spiced up with cinnamon, pink pepper and licorice.
Make a seductive pot of tea with this flowery Christmas tea. Licorice reminds us of childhood sweets, while pink pepper spices up your cocooning days at home. Also, a tin of this tea will look great under the Christmas tree.
End the New Year in style with a cup of Christmas rooibos. Nicknamed red tea, rooibos is in fact a plant of African origin that does not contain theine. Its sweet infusion, with a light taste of honey and spices, is perfect for the evening.
Our Christmas rooibos recipe brings together fruit, spices and rose. Cinnamon, cardamom and cloves give the drink a zesty touch. Tart notes emanate from orange peel. Finally, the presence of apple sweetens the flavors of our Christmas rooibos.
Spices, chocolate, citrus or vanilla, the notes of a Christmas tea plunge you into the enchantment of the end of year celebrations. Looking for more flavors? Find a great selection of teas, herbal teas and rooibos. A box, composed of several bags, is a great gift idea for Christmas.