HISTORY OF A TEA : NUIT À VERSAILLES / NIGHT IN VERSAILLES
In 1692, the King Louis XIV granted the exclusive privilege sale of tea to Mr. Damame in France.
So the adventure began to lead Dammann Frères Company to establish counters all over the world in search of best teas.
Years have past and a campaign of restoration in the park of Versailles is the occasion to Dammann Frères to join forces with the restoration of the statue "La Nuit" (the night), statue located on the north flowerbed of the park. The tea house creates at this occasion, a fragrant blend by taking inspiration from the fruits and flowers grown with care in the gardens of the estate from Versailles as early as the 17th century : Bergamot, kiwi, yellow peach, orange blossom and violet flower combined with a green tea to produce a highly fragrant blend in a truly regal infusion of vegetal, floral and fruity notes.