« Tea from beyond the skies »
The parcels of tea in the Namring garden, created in 1855 by the British, belong to Jhinglam and Poomong at 1,220 and 1,370 meters in altitude. The remarkable character of the Namring Terroir as well as the combination of the planter's admirable work coupled with Mariage Frères' unique savoir-faire give birth to this splendid tea with myriad aromatic nuances.
The silver tips exhale gentle notes of white truffle and tiaré flowers.
Chartreuse green shimmers gold. The leaves evoke bamboo resin and apricot nut with a hint of vanilla.
Golden hue. The fragrant magic of a bouquet of wet peony is accentuated by a rich, gourmet note of white peach jam.
A fruity finale of Muscatel grape lingers like a sensual caress.
An enchanting mist from Darjeeling.