The next Pays de Gex delivery will be on Thursday 21st October.
Balanced and creamy
Varietal: Typica & Arusha (100% Arabica) Processing: Fully washed & dried on raised beds Altitude: 1440 - 2000 meters above sea level Region: Districts Lufa and Okapa Owners: Various smallholder farmers delivering to Mr. Peno Kavori Tasting notes: green apple, cherry, cranberry with a smooth buttery and chocolate finish
Varietal(s): 100% Yellow Bourbon Processing: Natural Altitude: 1,200 metres above sea level Owner: Henrique Dias Cambraia Region: Sul de Minas (Minas Gerais) Prizes: COE Brazil #13, 2001 and COE Brazil #15, 2015 Tasting Notes: Salted caramel, peanut, biscuit, well balanced
Powerful and fragrant, this tea is ideal for breakfast
sweet anise-liquorice taste
Sidama Shantawene, Ethiopia Washing Station: Testi Ayla Washing Station Varietal: Kurume (100% Arabica) Processing: Fully washed Altitude: 1,950 to 2,150 metres above sea level Owners: Testi Coffee Region: Sidama, Bensa WoredaTasting notes: Sparkling acidity is balanced by soft notesof chocolate and leaves a sweet and delicate linger of hibiscus flowers.
Ball Infuser for loose leaf tea of infusions. Easy to use. It allows the leaves to unfurl and to infuse all the flavour of your tea into the water
Rounded with a final hazelnut note
A smooth taste, with a smoky touch that is an ideal accompaniment to a meal
Fine ‘First Flush’, light and tangy from the Mirik Valley
a wonderfully balanced bergamot taste
Deep creamy red berry flavour. To be enjoyed hot or let it cool down and serve on ice for a fruity cold drink!
The process needed to give this tea its intense floral taste is simple, really. The secret to the intense perfume is to keep an eye on jasmine flowers. As soon as they blossom, they are picked and then layered over green tea leaves. OK, one could remove the blossoms once they have perfumed the delicate tea leaves… but then they look so lovely! It would be...
Elegant, slightly tart, with a sweet finish
Mellow and fruity
An elegant, smooth, flowery taste
Soft, smooth and perfectly balanced
A refreshing peach, mango and orange taste
Unique tangy and earthy taste
A wonderful pear and melon flavour
A perfectly blend of whole spices and black sencha makes for a delicate chai.
Bancha tea and roasted rice. Yes, roasted rice! Bancha tea is picked quite late in the season, in October. This allows the tea leaves to develop a unique straw flavour, which goes so well with the roasted rice. This tea has an exotic taste, while reminding you of something familiar. Delicately sweet taste. Light golden cup.
A blend of black teas with real vanilla pieces!