Good manners ...

And take your time at the moment

A Chinese legend tells that the Chinese emperor Shen Nong, the father of Chinese medicine, ordered his subjects to drink only boiled water to avoid all diseases.

One afternoon in the shade of a tree under which the emperor was resting, a leaf broke off from the tree and got into the cup of boiling water. This is how tea was born around 2730 BC.

For thousands of years, man has been drinking tea. Over time, it has spread across the globe and today, after water, it is the most consumed beverage in the world with 25,000 cups of tea consumed every second.

Our expert invites you to take time… for tea. Take the time between friends to stop in your overloaded daily life to taste life.

Tea offers you its tempo: that of its infusion, that of its history through the legends of this mysterious tree.

L'instant thé avec la Tradition anglaise

Share your time & taste it


Around a table, taste the diversity of teas from around the world. Tea from China or Japan, tea from Ceylon or Earl Grey from the British Empire. A world tour of teas and their colors: from the darkest to the lightest, from the most fermented to the most smoked that our expert tells you through :

-the English tradition of Five O’clock Tea,
-the Japanese ceremony: Cha No Yu, or the matcha ceremony
-the Chinese art of GONG FU CHA,
-the Russian or Moroccan conviviality.

The host will share with you some of her secrets: the choice of a teapot, which water to use, at what temperature? The animation continues with an initiation to the practice of a tea ritual.

The service is offered in a tea room, a restaurant of your choice, or at your home for a 1h30 tea-animation.

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