Bring tea to the table!

Although it is still relatively recent and edgy in Western cooking, tea is a legitimate ingredient and a unique condiment, one that enhances sweet and savory dishes alike. Chefs and pastry Chefs are turning to it more and more as a new way to add a modern flair to their specialties and awaken the senses.
Steeped, sprinkled, used as dried leaves or brewed, tea is the finishing touch that changes everything. Let’s take tea out of the teapot!

At Palais des Thés, we’ve always liked to explore and savor tea in all its diversity

enthuses company founder François-Xavier Delmas.

A unique set

Palais des Thés has designed a unique set to help you explore and experiment with the many delicious qualities of tea in cooking. It contains a selection of five teas with distinct personalities: Thé du Hammam, Chaï Impérial, Grand Yunnan Impérial, Sencha Ariake and Matcha for cooking, along with an all-new booklet of 20 recipes that showcase them.

From appetizers to mains and desserts, each recipe subtly underscores the flavours of top-quality ingredients, offers a new take on traditions and surprises the palette.

Mes recettes au thé

Put tea on the menu!

With its wide variety of aromas and flavours, tea is prized as an ingredient in mouth-watering recipes.It also adds a delicious twist to cocktails.
Enhance your dishes by serving tea with food, just like wine, to create subtle pairings!

Risotto au Sencha Ariake et aux crevettes