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The Delicatessen

From Versailles to the cup

Enjoy the sweetness of lime blossom and citrus blossom with this 100% natural herbal tea.

A subtle blend of lime blossom and citrus, this herbal tea takes you back to Versailles’ botanical past. From the floral flavors of the Orangerie to the lightness of the Park’s trees, experience the estate imagined by Louis XIV.

The leaves and flowers were harvested from the Park’s 10,000 linden trees, a species historically present since 1660 under Louis XIV, as well as from the citrus trees in crates that adorn the gardens of Versailles and Trianon.



How to prepare your herbal tea

Select one or two pinches of the essences from the sachet per cup and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes, depending on your preference, in water at 90°C.

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Tilleuls du domaine

The estate's linden trees

Known primarily for its soothing properties, the linden is one of the most widespread trees in France. Highly prized under the Ancien Régime for landscaping parks and bosquets, it triumphantly populates the Versailles estate.

Orangerie de Versailles

The Palace Orangery

The Orangerie and its parterre are emblematic spaces on the Versailles estate, embodying the botanical tradition initiated by Louis XIV. To grow them, the king gathered together all the orange trees from royal houses and multiplied his acquisitions of new specimens from all over Europe.


The Delicatessen

Versailles honey

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