Darjeeling First Flush
naugurated in 1864, this magnificent garden full of romance rises to nearly 2,000m in altitude. Nourished by the pure flowing waters of two rivers, the centenary tea plants flourish along the steep sides of the valley facing the peaks of the Himalayas, surrounded by forests and wild flowers. One of the most celebrated and emblematic gardens of Darjeeling.
Dried leaves: A jumble of moon-silver buds exhales flowery-woody notes evoking green soursop and forest fern.
Infused leaves: Green absinthe. A delicious aroma of buttercup and pecan.
Liquor: Pale golden robe resonating with delicious notes of almond genoise and violet.
A poetry of flavours.