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Kusmi Tea

A canister of Kusmi Tea

Kusmi Tea (or Kusmi-Tea) is a brand of tea with headquarters in Paris, France. The company, which produces Russian-style teas and tea blends, was established by Pavel Michailovitch Kousmichoff (Павел Михайлович Кузьмичёв, 1840-1908) in 1867 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Upon the onset of the Russian Revolution in 1917, the Kousmichoff company relocated to France. The company has changed hands several times since then.

The company sells and markets a wide variety of blended and flavoured teas.

Contents

  • Teas 1
    • Russian teas 1.1
    • Flavored black teas 1.2
  • Flavored green teas 2
  • Wellness teas 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Teas

Russian teas

Kusmi Tea's Russian teas are blends of Chinese, Indian, and Ceylon teas, often flavored with bergamot, citrus fruits, cinnamon, or other scents. They are available as loose tea leaves or in tea bags, and include:

  • Prince Vladimir (a blend of Chinese tea with citrus fruits, vanilla, and spices)
  • Troika (a blend of Chinese, Ceylonese, and Indian teas with bergamot, orange, and mandarin orange)
  • Anastasia (a blend of Chinese and Ceylonese teas flavoured with scents of bergamot, lemon and orange blossom.
  • Bouquet of Flowers no. 108 (a blend of Chinese and Ceylonese teas, with scents of bergamot, citrus fruits, and flowers)
  • St Petersburg (a blend of Chinese tea with bergamot, red fruits, and caramel)
  • Polish Blend no. 18 (a blend of Chinese and Ceylonese teas, with bergamot, lemon, and lime)
  • Zoubrovka (a blend of Chinese tea with scent of buffalo grass)
  • Petrushka (a blend of Black teas flavored with almond, rose, vanilla and spices)
  • Christmas Tea (a spicy blend of Chinese tea with orange, almond, vanilla, and spices)
  • Kashmir Tchai (a spicy blend of tea and 6 spices according to a traditional Nepalese recipe)
  • Traktir (a slightly smoked blend of Chinese and Ceylonese teas, with citrus fruits and spices)
  • Samovar (a blend of slightly smoked Chinese and Indian teas)
  • Imperial Label (a blend of Chinese sencha-tea and orange, cinnamon, liquorice and sea buckthorn)

Flavored black teas

  • 4 Red Fruits
  • Cinnamon
  • Caramel
  • Chocolate
  • Spicy Chocolate
  • Mint Chocolate
  • Earl Grey
  • Earl Grey with flower
  • Earl Grey Smoky
  • Lotus flower
  • Apple
  • Rose flower
  • Bourbon Vanilla
  • Violet

Flavored green teas

  • Green Troika (Green tea with bergamot, orange and mandarin)
  • Green St. Petersburg (Citrus fruit, red fruits, and caramel)
  • Green Bouquet (Chinese green tea, bergamot, citrus fruit, and flower petals)
  • Green Christmas Tea (Orange, almond, vanilla, and spices)
  • Green Zoubrovka (Buffalo grass)
  • Jasmine
  • Jade pearl with jasmine
  • Almond green tea
  • Green tea with spearmint
  • Ginger Lemon green tea

Wellness teas

  • Detox (a blend of Chinese green tea, maté, lemon grass and lemon)
  • Sweet Love (a blend of Chinese black tea, spices, liquorice root and pink pepper)
  • Boost (a blend of Chinese green tea, maté, cinnamon, ginger and cardamom)
  • Be Cool (a blend of peppermint, apple, verbena and liquorice root)
  • Algotea (a blend of Chinese green tea, spearmint leaves and seaweed)
  • Euphoria (a blend of roasted maté, chocolate and orange)
  • BB Detox (a blend of Chinese green tea, maté and grapefruit)

See also

External links

  • Kusmi Tea official website
  • Italian Kusmi Tea Distributor - www.ArtedelRicevere.com
  • Kusmi Tea in Sweden
  • Kusmi Tea in The Czech Republic -Prague
  • Kusmi Tea in Lithuania
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