As a coffee lover, Sweden has enough cafes to fuel your caffeine needs. But caffeine consumption often comes with its fair share of sleepless nights, anxiety and jitteriness. That’s where the world of Tea comes in.
When I first began exploring the vast world of tea, I only knew about the basics – green tea, black tea, and oolong. But a few visits down to Paloma Tea Company, and a whole wide world opened up to me. I learnt that all tea comes from a single plant, Camellia Sinensis which thrives in the hot and humid climate of the far east – China, Japan and India. Each tea gets its unique flavor and characteristics depending on the steaming, fermentation or roasting and drying process.
If you’re familiar with the world of teas, then visiting Paloma will make you feel like a kid in a candyshop. And if you are new to tea and looking to learn more about this wonderful plant, then Paloma Tea Company is your go-to place.
The entire staff is extremely knowledgeable about their teas and visits tree plantations at source to learn more about their product. I personally love their smoky Lapsang Souchong, their premium Golden tips (yunnan gold) and their Longjing tea. But feel free to explore, and smell their various teas. You’ll surely find something you like.