OUR ICED TEAS

Tensaï Tea is an outstanding iced tea, like homemade, balanced blend of infused tea and fruits.
Our tea leaves are carefully chosen in the pure Japanese tradition and proceed from organic and sustainable farming.
Very slightly sweetened with organic agave syrup, Tensaï Tea offers a perfect balance of tea and fruit.
With Tensaï Tea, enjoy a moment of harmony, consideration, purity and peace of mind, in line with the tea ceremony.

BLACK TEA GINGER

Black tea ginger

Organic and fair trade Black Iced Tea with lemon and ginger. Our teas come from the Oothu plantations located near the Manjolai mountains, in the Tamil Nadu area, Southern India.

Nutrition Facts : (per 100ml) 33kJ / 8 kcal

Ingredients :
Black Tea extract* fair trade (95,85 %)
Agave syrup* fair trade (1,8 %)
lemon juice* (1,15 %)
ginger juice* (1,2 %)
*Organic ingredients

Green Tea Lemon & Elderflower

Green Tea Lemon & Elderflower

Organic and fair trade Green Iced Tea with lemon and elderflower. Our teas come from the Manjolai plantations located near the Manjolai mountains, in the Tamil Nadu area, Southern India.

Nutrition Facts : (per 100ml) 33kJ / 8 kcal

Ingredients :
Green Tea extract* fair trade (96,95 %)
Agave syrup* fair trade (1,8 %)
lemon juice* (1,3 %)
elderflower flavours* (0,25 %)
*Organic ingredients

WHITE TEA BLUEBERRY

White tea blueberry

Organic White Iced Tea with blueberry and lemon

Nutrition Facts : (per 100ml) 30kJ / 7 kcal

Ingredients :
White Tea extract* (94,6 %)
Agave syrup* fair trade (1,4 %)
Blueberry* (3,5 %)
Lemon juice* (0,5 %)
*Organic ingredients

MATCHA TEA PEPPER MINT

Matcha tea pepper mint

Organic Iced Herbal tea of peppermint and matcha with lemon juice

Nutrition Facts : (per 100ml) 26 kJ / 6 kcal.

Ingredients :
Peppermint extract* (97,52 %)
Matcha tea* (0,08 %)
Agave syrup* fair trade (1,4 %)
lemon juice* (1 %)
*Organic ingredients

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THE TEA CEREMONY

The Tea ceremony started in the 12th century, when the Japanese monks came back with the precious tea leaves, after a journey in the great monasteries in China
In the 16th century, Sen no Rikyu, great Master of Tea, widened access to the tea ceremony. Sen no Rikyu celebrated it in a small and rustic lodge with modest and discreet tools.
In the spirit of Zen Buddhism, the tea ceremony puts the emphasize on contemplation. The awe of nature and simple things beauty is a way to get rid of the daily life vulgarity. That way, a tea ceremony guest should contemplate everything that surrounds him.
It is all about reaching the spirituality sphere. Harmony, consideration, purity and peace of mind.

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OUR VALUES

Four big principles

The tea ceremony’s four big principles, inspired by the Zen Buddhism, can be found in the core values of TENSAÏ TEA:
Harmony. The relationship harmony between the host and the guest gives meaning to the tea ceremony. TENSAÏ TEA should be a harmonious share where each one gives as much as he receives.
Consideration. Each attendee to the tea ceremony should treat people and objects that surrounds him with the best respect. TENSAÏ TEA harvests its tea leaves according to organic and sustainable farming.
Purity.This principle reminds that you need a pure heart, delivered from any pretention, to enjoy the ceremony, and more generally, all his surroundings.
Peace of mind. The peace of mind state can only be reached once the three other principles are achieved. TENSAÏ TEA allows to live intensely the tea ceremony and to reach absolute peace of mind.

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