It's Christmas *Tea* Time!

It's Christmas *Tea* Time!

December is here and the Christmas celebrations are knocking on our doors. Time to sit back and enjoy your loved ones' company along with a steaming cup of tea.

Like our classic Christmas blends which are back and ready to warm up our holidays!

"White Christmas" White Bai Mu Dan tea, combined with apple and orange pieces, cardamom, star anise and honey in a light coloured, delicate and balanced cup to brighten up your mornings.

"Christmas tea" Flavoured black tea, perfectly complementing the tastes of the Christmas table thanks to the wonderful duet of dried cherries and almonds, complemented by a veritable symphony of festive spices, such as cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and pink pepper corns. Don't forget to try this tea in the alternative Gl?hwein recipe following!

"Green Christmas Tea" Sencha tea flavoured with orange peel, almonds, rose petals and cinnamon sticks, cloves, cardamom and star anise. A blend that will ideally accompany your festive desserts and will leave a lingering, citrusy aftertaste.

"The wise men's gifts" A blend of dried fruits and spices, forming a pinky to red cup, that will add flavor to your festive gatherings. Orange, beetroot, hibiscus lend their colour and aromas, whereas star anise accentuates the cup with its intense aroma while honey smoothes it.

"Christmas in Vienna" A tasteful getaway to festive, winter Vienna. A dark pomegranate-coloured cup. Sour and slightly spicy, leaving a sharp tang in the mouth, while balanced with the sweetness of raisins and cinnamon along with a blend of dried tropical fruits such as papaya, mango and pineapple.

Surprise your loved ones with beautiful, original presents from "Tea Route's" collection

Like our "Three piece matcha set" for mastering the art of the Japanese tea ceremony or a "Chinese tea tasting set", a Madhavi or Sikkim Tea set for one. We also have a wide variety of porcelain, cast-iron, ceramic and glass cups and mugs to enjoy your cup of tea.

Recipe: Gluhwein flavoured with "Christmas tea"


  • 1 litre of red dry wine
  • 170 grams. of sugar
  • 6 tsp. of loose leaf Christmas tea" blend
  • Garnish cherries


  1. Put the tea leaves in a cotton tea filter
  2. Pour the wine and the sugar into a saucepan and bring to the boil
  3. When you bring it to the boil, reduce the temperature to the lowest scale, add the tea and allow to simmer for 5 minutes
  4. Remove from the heat. Remove the cotton filter and allow the wine to sit for 5 more minutes
  5. Serve the wine hot, and place two garnish cherries for that festive touch

What will you have this Christmas and what will your gift to your loved ones be?

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