Thai teas

Tea started to be grown in Thailand in the 1980s. Using plants and techniques that originated in Taiwan, very high-quality semi-oxidised teas are produced in small quantities.
Tea Color
Family
Famille
Organic
  1. Best-seller
    Milky Oolong - Palais des Thés

    Milky Oolong

    Oolong deliciously milky and sweet
    €17.00
  2. Grand cru
    Mao Cha de Chiang Dao - Palais des Thés

    Organic Mao Cha from Chiang Dao

    Dark tea from Chiang Mai, Thailand
    €28.00
  3. Grand cru
    Torsades vertes de Mae Shae - Palais des Thés

    Mae Shae Green Twists

    Green tea from Chiang Mai, Thailand
    €52.00
  4. Grand cru
    Mao Cha torrefié de Chiang Mai - Palais des Thés

    Chiang Mai Roasted Mao Cha

    Dark tea from Chiang Mai, Thailand
    €36.00
  5. Grand cru
    Mao Cha de Chiang Mai - Palais des Thés

    Chiang Mai Mao Cha

    Dark tea from Chiang Rai, Thailand
    €38.00
  6. Grand cru
    Mao Cha torréfié de Dara - Palais des Thés

    Roasted Mao Cha from Dara

    Dark tea from Thailand
    €38.00
  7. Grand cru
    Thé torréfié de Madame Dara - Palais des Thés

    Mrs Dara’s roasted tea

    Black Tea from Mae Hong Son, Thailand
    €35.00
  8. Bao Zhong de Mae Salong bio - Palais des Thés

    Organic Bao Zhong from Mae Salong

    Organic oolong from Thaïland
    €18.90 €1.00 / 100g
  9. Grand cru
    Thé Noir de Dara - Palais des Thés

    Black Tea from Dara

    Black tea from Thailand
    €36.00
  10. Grand cru
    Mao Cha de Monsieur Yang - Palais des Thés

    Mister Yang’s Mao Cha

    Dark tea from Chiang Rai, Thailand
    €42.00
  11. Grand cru
    Mao Cha des Lahu - Palais des Thés

    Lahu’S Mao Cha

    Dark tea from Chiang Mai, Thailand
    €38.00
  12. Grand cru
    Cha Koaw de Mae Sae - Palais des Thés

    Cha Koaw from Mae Sae

    White tea from Thailand
    €42.00
  13. Grand cru
    Perles d’Osmanthus - Palais des Thés

    Osmanthus Pearls

    Oolong from Chiang Rai, Thailand
    €32.00

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Tea started to be grown in Thailand in the 1980s. Using plants and techniques that originated in Taiwan, very high-quality semi-oxidised teas are produced in small quantities.

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