Originally from Zhejiang province in China, Gunpowder tea is the traditional base for mint tea. Its leaves are dried after harvesting to avoid fermentation, then rolled into pellets resembling gunpowder.
Green tea from China
Green Bouquet is a version of Bouquet of Flowers N°108, the oldest exclusive blend created by Kusmi’s founder in 1880 in honor of the birth of his eldest daughter, Elisabeth. This green tea version flavoured with bergamot, citrus and flowers is smooth and delicate.
Green tea, essential oils of bergamot, lemon, lime, orange, mandarin and Ylang-ylang
Genmaicha is a Bancha green tea to which roasted and popped rice has been added. When brewed, this tea from Japan has both the fresh flavour of green tea and a light hazelnut taste from the roasted and popped rice.
Green tea, toasted rice grains (47%), puffed rice grains (2%)
Cherished by connoisseurs for its delicate flavours, Darjeeling has been grown in Northern India for over 150 years. This golden colored tea has a light flavour that is aromatic and floral, with a hint of Muscat grape. The unfermented version offered here emphasises its fresh notes. It is best enjoyed by itself because drinking it with food may conceal its great delicacy.
Darjeeling green tea
Sencha tea with rolled leaves is considered the drink of hospitality in Japan. It is grown in the Shizuoka region on the Pacific coast in a harsh climate. When brewed the liquid is clear, its subtle flavour and its iodine and vegetal notes make it a very refreshing beverage.
Traditional Japanese green tea