Original Marie-antoinette Tea Won The First Award At The North American Tea Championship
The Original Thé de Marie-Antoinette (10 sachets), by NINA’S PARIS, was awarded with the 1st place in the 2014 Packaged Single-Service Class Competition, of The North American Tea Championship.* *
The Original Thé de Marie-Antoinette is crafted from pure black Ceylon tea, with rose and apple fragrance, from fruits and flowers directly and exclusively picked up at the Potager du Roi in Versailles, the King’s Kitchen Garden. Dedicated to the last Queen of France, Marie-Antoinette, the packaging is designed to celebrate this tea, which was hand crafted for the first time in 1778.
NINA’S PARIS, founded in 1672, is the exclusive official partner of Le Potager du Roi of Versailles to produce tea products made from rare fruits picked up at the King’s Kitchen Garden in Versailles.* *
The North American Tea Championship, previously called the World Tea Championship, is an independent competition, judged by professional cuppers, to distinguish the highest quality & best tasting teas commercially available in the North American marketplace.
The Tea Championship is made up of three classes: Hot Tea, Iced Tea, and Packaged Single Service Tea. The Packaged Single-Service Tea class is evaluated once a year in November.
Winners of the Tea Championship are announced after each respective evaluation, personally and in the press release. Winning companies receive a formal announcement letter that includes the tea’s rating and ranking as well as a print-ready seal that can be used for all promotional materials and packaging.
Winning companies also have an opportunity to showcase their teas at the annual World Tea Expo, the premier trade event for the industry, in the North American Tea Championship Tasting Winners’ Circle if exhibiting.
Congratulations. Not surprised at all!
that’s fantastic news! congratulations! :)