MARGARET’S HOPE DJ39/2019
Inaugurated in 1864, this magnificent garden teeming with romanticism culminates at nearly 2,000m in altitude. Nourished by two rivers of the purest water, the centenary tea plants, surrounded by forests and wild flowers, flourish on the chiseled flanks of the valley facing the peaks of the Himalayas. One of the most celebrated and emblematic gardens in Darjeeling.
Dried leaves: The leaves draped in jade and silver anthracite exhale flowery fragrances of cedar and roasted, honeyed pineapple.
Infused leaves: Tender green. An aroma recalling delicate, sweet violet mingles with a nostalgic air of speculoos.
Liquor: Luminous copper. The umami liquor evokes gourmet notes of nougatine and a bouquet of fresh peony.
A delight for the palate.