Bringing a touch of fantasy and freshness, flavours integrated the tea world very naturally. A wide range of flavours are available today: fruits, flowers, plants, vegetables, spices… Contrary to what we may think, the use of flavours is very ancient and the Chinese have always flavoured some of their teas. Even for the Chinese, the creation of new flavours by the association of natural elements was essential. Refinement and well-being were at the heart of the creation of teas such as jasmine tea, rose tea or chrysanthemum tea. In the occidental world, teas perfumed with liquid flavourings have opened new markets and have attracted a large number of new amateurs. Flavoured teas have also modernized the image of tea. Most flavoured tea amateurs become, little by little, amateurs of classical, pure origin teas.