« Tea from beyond the skies »
The celebrated garden of Namring was created in 1855 by the British. Cultivated at 1,525 meters in altitude, this cru is harvested from the oldest parcel of land known as Poomong, absolutely magnificent and prestigious. Ample sunlight and pure water from the Himalayas provokes the formation of tasty buds and hence the crafting of this grand millesime. The remarkable character of Namring’s terroir and the admirable work of the planters associated with the unique savoir-faire of Mariage Frères give rise to a rich splendor of lunar velvety shades.
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.