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Kusmi tea Selection Afternoon Teas 5 x 25 g

Code: APRES525R
Brand: Kusmi Tea
€26,88
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The Afternoon Tea Sampler comes with a selection of five tins of tea (5 x 25 g), perfect for discovering or sharing these must-haves for your afternoon tea break.



Kashmir Tchai has a spicy flavor, while our Almond green tea will delight almond lovers. Our popular Prince Vladimir reinvents the Earl Grey blend with notes of citrus, spice and vanilla, and our Four Berries black tea features tangy raspberry, strawberry, currant and cherry to delight those with a sweet tooth, while our exotic AquaExotica blend offers a fruity herbal tea experience with hibiscus.

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The founder of Kusmi Tea, Pavel Kousmichoff (from whom the brand gains its name) left home at the age of 14 to work for a tea merchant in St. Petersburg, Russia. Kousmichoff worked with the tea merchant until his marriage in 1867, when Kousmichoff was given a small tea house by the tea merchant.

Under Kousmichoff, the business prospered and grew in popularity, by 1880 becoming a favourite of the Russian nobility. By 1901, the firm had expanded the business to a chain of about 10 tea houses. In 1907, Kousmichoff's son Vyatcheslav opened a shop in London. In 1908, on the death of his father, Vyatcheslav took over the reins of the family business.

The business continued to prosper under Vyatcheslav, and by 1917, at the onset of the Russian Revolution the business had grown to encompass a chain of 51 tea houses across most major cities in Russia. With the outbreak of the revolution, the Kousmichoff family fled to France, opening an outlet at 75 Avenue Niel, Paris, that exists to this day. At this point, the Kousmichoff's re-branded the tea to the shorter "Kusmi Tea".

In 2003, the business was bought by Groupe Orientis.

The firm currently operates 80 stores, including 60 in France itself, while the tea is distributed in 35 countries.

The founder of Kusmi Tea, Pavel Kousmichoff (from whom the brand gains its name) left home at the age of 14 to work for a tea merchant in St. Petersburg, Russia. Kousmichoff worked with the tea merchant until his marriage in 1867, when Kousmichoff was given a small tea house by the tea merchant.

Under Kousmichoff, the business prospered and grew in popularity, by 1880 becoming a favourite of the Russian nobility. By 1901, the firm had expanded the business to a chain of about 10 tea houses. In 1907, Kousmichoff's son Vyatcheslav opened a shop in London. In 1908, on the death of his father, Vyatcheslav took over the reins of the family business.

The business continued to prosper under Vyatcheslav, and by 1917, at the onset of the Russian Revolution the business had grown to encompass a chain of 51 tea houses across most major cities in Russia. With the outbreak of the revolution, the Kousmichoff family fled to France, opening an outlet at 75 Avenue Niel, Paris, that exists to this day. At this point, the Kousmichoff's re-branded the tea to the shorter "Kusmi Tea".

In 2003, the business was bought by Groupe Orientis.

The firm currently operates 80 stores, including 60 in France itself, while the tea is distributed in 35 countries.

 

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Category: KUSMI TEA
Štítky: dárek, čaj, tea, caj, kusmi tea, kusmi, čaje, dárkové ballena, kusmy tea, kusmitea, kusmy, čajový

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