Flavored white tea with major notes of citrus fruits and Christmas spices.



Flavored white tea with major notes of citrus fruits and Christmas spices.

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’25 décembre’ White is a white tea created by the Impertinent Parisian to discover or rediscover the delicious spicy flavors reminding us of Christmas’ spirit.

Perfumes of citrus fruits, dabs of spices, the season of Christmas is made of hundred-year-old traditions, marked with flavors and inescapable scents.

It is according to one of these traditions, influenced by the country from the east of France, that our house perfumed its tea '25 décembre', marrying harmoniously both the essential notes of citrus fruits and those of cinnamon, clove or even nutmeg, to offer a drink we shall share in family all winter long, by the chimney, either around the table on D-day.

Based on a Great White tea from Nepal, this declension 'white' offers to this creation a surprising, precious, wintry flavor of high plateaus of mountain, at the same time vegetal and refined, it will offer you in mouth a refined, lightly astringent liqueur with a flowery heart.

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Time 6 - 8 min
Temperature 175°F
Time of the day All day
Origin Nepal


MAJOR NOTES: Citrus fruits, spices

INGREDIENTS: White tea (Origin: Nepal), Orange peels, Zests of lemon, Sunflower petals, Marigold petals, Flavors (Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Clove, Blood orange, Masala).

COLOR IN THE CUP: Golden yellow to coppery-orange

TEXTURE IN YOUR MOUTH: Powdered, round

INFUSION TIME: 6 to 8 minutes


Ingredients other than tea and/or infusion plants don’t exceed 5% of the composition.
Keep away from light, air and humidity.
Non-contractual pictures.
KOSHER certified tea

Teas of « DECEMBER 25TH » express all the warmth and harmony of Christmas in a perfect balance between spicy, floral and citrus notes. For an authentic and sincere pleasure, faithful to the « gourmand » traditions of Christmas in Alsace.

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