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  • Incredible dragon wings...
    Incredible dragon wings...

    Rare, wild, one of a kind... Vietnam teas offer true treasures, as this brand new 2020 first flush tea testifies: let us introduce to you a wild plain green tea with amazing flavours.

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  • A guide to our organic herbal teas and their benefits
    A guide to our organic herbal teas and their benefits

    The use of plants for their benefits on health is known since at least antiquity. Every culture was using their powers, from China to Africa, India to Europe. Our herbal teas are your mates for relaxation everyday, and are made from organic plants that help to deal with everyday little inconveniences, such as colds, digestion, stress or insomnia. Let's find out which herbal tea suits you best!

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  • 4 recettes de thé glacé
    4 recettes de thé glacé

    L'été approche à grands pas, et quoi de mieux qu'un thé ou une infusion glacée pour supporter les fortes chaleurs et passer un bon moment rafraîchissant ? Découvrez nos recettes de thé glacé, du plus classique au plus original, avec même une version apéro !

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  • White chocolate and matcha muffins
    White chocolate and matcha muffins

    By popular demand, here is the receipe of the matcha cakes that we serve in our tea house here in Paris! Enjoy!

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  • Rooibos and tea are not the same thing
    Rooibos and tea are not the same thing

    Beneficial, thirst-quenching, without theine... Rooibos is more and more popular in Europe. Quite rightly! You want to learn more about this amazing infusion? Our team answers your questions below!

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  • VIETNAM: flavouring jasmine tea with the "enfleurage" technique
    VIETNAM: flavouring jasmine tea with the "enfleurage" technique

    I am just back from Vietnam and wish to share with you what makes our organic "Jasmin Impérial" tea, grown and produced in this country, distinctive and delightful. It is flavoured with a handmade traditional technique not very well known in Europe and called "enfleurage". I went on-site to unveil all the secrets of this delicate flavouring technique. Ready to join me in the jasmine land?

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  • 9 questions about Lapsang Souchong and smoked teas in general
    9 questions about Lapsang Souchong and smoked teas in general

    The Lapsang Souchong tea arouses a lot of questions: what is a true smoked tea? Is it dangerous to drink it? How is it made? If you want to know everything about this mysterious smoked tea, read what follows!

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  • Theine vs caffeine: same or different?
    Theine vs caffeine: same or different?

    Caffeine and theine are known for their stimulating effects. Both are in fact the same molecule, however tea and coffee do not have the same impact on human body. Does the tea prevents sleeping? Which are the teas with the highest theine content? Is there a way to remove theine from tea? Let's review the situation.

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  • VIETNAM: Colourful encounters
    VIETNAM: Colourful encounters

    Second stage of my adventures in Northern Vietnam: I chose to set the tea aside for a little while, the time to share a special moment with the children of Nam Hong primary school. I met them within the framework of a project dedicated to bring arts to children in remote areas, and I am very committed to make this project durable.

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  • VIETNAM: fairies and dragons
    VIETNAM: fairies and dragons

    Before I go further into my matcha adventures in Japan, let's make the most of the recent good news we have just received: two of our Vietnamese teas have just been awarded! The perfect occasion to tell you the story behind these rare and very special teas, that grows wildly high in the mountain in a truly magical soil.

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  • JAPAN: in the land of matcha - 1/3
    JAPAN: in the land of matcha - 1/3

    I am always thrilled to go back to Japan. This country keeps fascinating me over and over: everything there amazes my eyes of western traveller.

    I went back this time to visit matcha producers. Maybe you guessed it right when reading the first post of this blog! Matcha is a bright green tea powder, and is so representative of the strong link between contemporary Japan and tea customs and traditions that I decided to take some time to share what makes it so...

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  • Let’s hit the road!
    Let’s hit the road!

    New website, new colours… new blog! A few months ago, L’Autre Thé celebrated its 10th birthday. It was the right time for changes, and we wanted an image more in line with our identity. Opening a blog was running through my mind for a while now: there are so many things I wanted to share about our teas! Read More

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