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The French are known throughout the world as cappuccino connoisseurs, but we think it’s time to revisit the old stereotype. In 1987, François-Xavier Delmas set out to disrupt his countrymen’s traditional beverage habits by introducing them to the mind-blowing world of teas. Made with whole leaves from the finest tea-growing regions of China, India, Japan, and Sri Lanka, Delmas’s original creations converted many a coffee drinker into a regular tea sipper. Now the brand has twenty-seven flagship stores in seven countries—including five in Paris. They continue to launch new flavors every year to the delight of discerning madames and monsieurs. Don’t be surprised if you start hearing about the French fascination with tea.
East meets West in a cup. Le Palais des Thés concocts it own exotic blends of fine premium teas. Known as Les Créations, each flavor is inspired by a foreign locale. Perennial favorites include Thé du Hammam, which evokes the aromas of an Istanbul hot bath, and Fleur de Geisha, which captures the scent of Kyoto cherry trees in springtime.
Tea snobs love the Grand Crus from Le Palais des Thés. These super-exclusive whole leaf blends come from single harvests sourced from the finest tea farms around the world.