TEISENDDU 1ST EDITION
May 1865. 153 Welsh emigrants set sail on the “Mimosa,” an old converted tea clipper, bound for the wilds of Patagonia; a historic journey that would leave an indelible imprint on a seemingly hostile land.
An opening of warm spices and bitter orange awaken the senses to a special recipe passed down for generations.
153 Welsh emigrants set sail on an old converted tea clipper, the Mimosa, bound for the rugged wilds of Patagonia. With dreams of establishing a new settlement, they arrived in Porth Madryn after a voyage of 7,000 miles. Generations later, their journey still bears an indelible imprint on the region that became their new home.
Inspired by the Welsh settlers’ torta negra (black cake), TEISENDDU is a fragrant celebration of Welsh tradition fused with the arid landscape of Patagonia. Warm spices, bitter orange and juniper greet the senses like a cozy Welsh tearoom. A delicious heart of dried fruit and nuts is macerated in rum and enveloped by honeyed mimosa, while an intriguing blend of leather and dark sugar crystals completes the recipe, lingering like warm memories shared over a cup of black tea. An unforgettable new scent.
DARK SUGAR CRYSTALS
50 NUMBERED FLACONS
CREATED WITH ROXANNE KIRKPATRICK
PHOTOGRAPHY: LUCIANA VAL & FRANCO MUSSO
BACKGROUND PHOTOGRAPHY: NESTOR BARBITTA