Black Tea

Black teas, that the Chinese call red tea due to the coppery colour of the infusion, are fully oxidised tea. It determines their color and flavour profile.

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  1. Limited Edition
    Thé Noir n°25 - Palais des Thés
    Black tea N°25
    Flavoured black tea, gourmet and spicy
    €10.00
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    Organic Le Temps Retrouvé
    Organic Le Temps Retrouvé
    Black tea from China and roasted green tea from Japan
    €12.00
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    Grand Yunnan Imperial, Black Tea - Palais des Thés
    Grand Yunnan Impérial
    Black tea from Yunnan, China
    €9.50
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    Thé du Louvre - Courtyard Tea - Palais des Thés
    Thé du Louvre - Courtyard Tea
    Black tea, citrus & blackberry
    €12.00
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    Thé des Lords, Earl Gray - Palais des Thés
    Lords Tea
    Flavoured black tea - Citrus
    €9.50
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    Thé des Moines, Flavoured green and black teas - Palais des Thés
    Tibetan Monks Tea
    Flavoured black and green teas - Floral
    €10.20
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    Montagne bleue - Flavoured black tea - Fruity & gourmet
    Blue Mountain
    Flavoured black tea - Fruity & Gourmet
    €9.50
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    Goût Russe 7 agrumes - Flavoured black tea - citrus
    7 Citrus Russian Blend
    Flavoured black tea - citrus
    €9.00
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    Flavoured black tea - Spicy & Gourmet - Palais des Thés
    Lovers Tea
    Flavoured black tea - Spicy & Gourmet
    €9.40
  10. Saint James - Black tea from Sri Lanka
    Saint James O.P.
    Black tea from Sri Lanka
    €8.00
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    Chai Impérial - Flavoured black tea - Spicy
    Imperial Chai
    Flavoured black tea - Spicy
    €9.90
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    Earl Grey Queen Blend BIO - Palais des Thés
    Organic Earl Grey Queen Blend
    Organic flavoured black tea
    €9.90

Black tea

 

Legend has it that in the 17th century, a cargo of green tea arrived in London after a particularly long voyage from China. The tea had oxidised in the chests and had turned black. The British loved the flavour and began requesting it.

Black teas, that the Chinese call red tea due to the coppery colour of the infusion, are fully oxidised tea. It determines their color and flavour profile.

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