TEA ATELIER

TEA ATELIER

THE STORY OF TEA

The story of tea begins 5000 years ago in China, with a coincidence... Chinese emperor Shennong believed that boiled water was good for health, and even issued a decree for it. As he drank boiled water under a tree one day, a leaf fell into his cup and the water changed color. Drinking the water with the diffusing leaf in it, the emperor noticed its refreshing quality, and thereby discovered tea. With this discovery, the Chinese people celebrate Shennong as the originator of the medical and agricultural industries. According to books of the period, tea was a symbol of luxury and prosperity.

When three Japanese buddhists took tea seeds from China’s Tang region to their country, tea made its first journey across borders and continued to be consumed as a symbol of luxury.

Europe was introduced to tea through Dutch and Portugese explorers and merchants. Brought into the country by merchants, tea saw great interest in Holland and its fame soon spread to Europe. England first started importing tea from China in the 17th century. The first tea store was established by Thomas Twinning in England in 1706.

Appearing in many societies throughout history in different mixtures and forms, tea continues to be more than just a drink, and is consumed as a signifier of different lifestyles in our day.

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TEA RITUALS AROUND THE WORLD

Colloquially calling steeped tea “rabbit’s blood”, Turkish people drink tea at all times of day, with lemon, with or without sugar.

The English prefer to drink tea with milk. The five o’clock tea is a classic.
Chinese people believe that tea is a cure to many health problems, and drink it for meditation.
In Japan, drinking tea is a religious ritual. Tea is brewed for zen rituals.
In Northern Africa, tea is flavored with mint.
In Russia, it is common to bite on sugar cubes while drinking tea.
In Tibet, tea is brewed with milk or water, and mixed with butter before drinking.

A FRESH JOURNEY INTO THE WORLD OF TEA WITH VAKKO TEA ATELIER

A brand that has introduced many firsts, Vakko adds Vakko Tea Atelier to its special products that complement different lifestyles. Taking the ritual of tea to a new dimension with the touch of Vakko, Vakko Tea Atelier promises friends of Vakko a unique tea experience with its exclusive variations that appeal to different tastes and different times of the day.

Promising a tea ritual unlike any other, the Vakko Tea Atelier collection consists of five special tea blends and two special pure tea choices. The Vakko Tea Atelier teas appeal to different styles from morning to night, and with teapots adapted to different brewing properties and special cups, turns every drink of tea into a ceremony.

Connoisseur BlackOne of the most exquisite and rare teas of the Vakko Tea Atelier collection, it is a black tea from the Yunnan province of China, known as the soft, golden buds of the province. It is recommended for black tea enthusiasts, and is a good alternative to the black tea consumed at breakfast. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 4 minutes in water at 100 degrees.
Connoisseur WhiteOne of the most exquisite and rare teas of the Vakko Tea Atelier collection, it is produced in the Fujian province of China from the youngest leaves and buds harvested in spring for the royal family. It lends a glow to the skin and rejuvenates it. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 3 minutes in water at 80 degrees.
Dream TeaThis blend, which will instill the relaxing effect of daisy corn, red rose buds and lavender in your soul at the end of an exhausting day, promises you a peaceful sleep accompanied by deep dreams. The lemon balm in the tea reduces stress, prepares your body for sleep and eliminates stomach problems. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 5-7 minutes in water at 95 degrees.
Masala TeaThis authentic blend is a perfect harmony of cardamom Assam tea with clove, ginger, and coconut that is going to leave a sweet finish on your palate. This Indian classic, re-interpreted with a modern approach, will take you on a never-ending journey. The Masala Tea invigorates your mind, is used as a tranquilizer, and reduces stress thanks to the spices in it. It also helps ailments such as colds and flus. It can be consumed with both water and milk. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 4-5 minutes in water at 95 degrees.
Mind and Body TeaThis special taste blended with Japanese green tea, coconut, lemongrass and ginger will keep your mind and body fresh throughout the day. It can be consumed hot in the winter, as well as served cold as Iced Tea in the summer. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 3 minutes in water at 80 degrees.
Morning TeaAs a black tea blend with golden buds that lend a honey flavor, Morning Tea will be an indispensible part of your mornings for a smooth and energetic start in the day. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 4-5 minutes in water at 95 degrees.
Tea TimeThis special blend where black tea meets with the unique aromas of bergamot and safflower leaves will offer Earl Grey enthusiasts the perfect afternoon tea pleasure. For the most proper tea experience, it is recommended that it be infused for 4-5 minutes in water at 95 degrees.
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