Délice Boréal produces fine herbal teas from wild plants hand picked by Inuits from the Far North of Quebec (Nunavik), around Hudson Bay.
Délice Boréal offers five sublime mixes of wild plants that generations of Inuit have always used for their health benefits: the mulberry, the black camarine, juniper, Labrador tea and the mixture of The Arctic.
All proceeds from the sale of Inuit herbal teas are paid to the Avataq Cultural Institute. Established in 1980, this non-profit charitable organisation is responsible for preserving and promoting the language and culture of the Inuit of Nunavik.
Discover these wild plants, beaten by Arctic winds; new flavours, colours and unparalleled aromas that will harmoniously blend in your cup.
Why offer your customers products from Délice Boréal in 5 easy points:
A complete range of high-quality herbal teas
The mixtures are excellent and good for your health.
Ethical and responsible consumption: hand-picked, with the greatest respect for people and the ecology.
A source of originality to spark your customers’ curiosity.
In addition to looking great on the shelf and in displays, each tea has a story to tell.
We are here Monday to Friday from 9am – 12pm & 2pm – 6pm.
+33 (0) 2 97 68 15 27
Our team is here to assist you with any questions, comments or requests for information or advice.
We can also provide our industry prices and hard copy catalogues at your request. All free, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.