Les Jours des Thés

Sabaiideeee ! Back on the blog, I missed it so much and I am very very happy to be back !

On this last week-end of March, L’Institut Français du Laos (French Institute) organized Les Jours des Thés, a day dedicated to the tea shops and organizations from Laos. A quick flashback to this savourous afternoon.

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First stop at Kinnari and Amazingworx. Golden flame, Plateau Green and Silver Cloud how could you resist to the temptation to try them ? I had the chance to try few months ago to the Sticky rice one, and it was honestly delicious.

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On the other side, everyone could enjoy a glass of Kombucha + Kefir, these probiotics beverages. Slighly sparkling – we call it in French “perlant”, I took a bottle of 3 Gingers home. The drinks are available at AmazingWorx.

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Second stop at the Phayasi Tea, supported by Helvetas, where you could find Green and Red tea leaves from Phongsaly.

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In the middle of the fair, a booth that was a bit particular, still related to tea, but … Used for art: from Virginie Faivre d’Acier and Eco Print Studio. Indeed, Mrs Virginie produces ink from tea, and she creates wonderful pieces.

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The CCL (Comité de Coopération avec le Laos) showcased a Organic and Wild Green tea, with one of them valued at 2 million per kg !

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Last stop at AgroAsie with Sangthong Valley. I was pretty curious about their Chocolate Mint Tea… So I tried, and it tastes like the famous After Eight chocolate. A gourmand beverage to enjoy with a piece of cake.

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Did you attend this Tea market ?
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