enjoy the culture

Martigny offers you a generous environment where apricots, chestnuts, asparagus and William pears are absolute treasures! Take time to try a delicious apline cheese and a plate of cold meats, accompanied by a local variety of wine such as Petite Arvine or Cornalin. At the Morand Distillery There are specialities like Williamine© and Abricotine. But, for the moment, here is an invitation to savour culture: discover the 6 original creations from the Dame Elia Workshop and packed by the FOVAHM.

Elderberry, fennel seeds, sweet clover, lemon balm and horsetail

A blend of mineral and aniseed flavour enlivened with horsetail, a prehistoric plant. It’s a perfect match for the Earth Sciences Museum.

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Green tea, apricot, thyme, lemon and mallow

Flavoured with apricots picked above Martigny, this green tea with lemon flavoured thyme is a blend created especially for Leonard Gianadda.

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Cannabis, mint, hyssop and rosehip

An original and quirky composition, rock-and-roll and fresh at the same time, the cannabis (without thc) dominates with a dash of rosehip.

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Thyme, pine, nettle, camomile and blueberry leaves

The blending of high altitude plants offers an invigorating mixture and reminds one of rambling in the mountains.

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Black tea, apple, lemon balm and lemon verbena

A fruity blend for an afternoon and to dive into a good book borrowed from the library.

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White tea, apple, pear and barberry

The refinement / elegance of white tea combines the harmony of fruit from Valais where pear dominates. A bohemian and classic mixture, ideal for an iced tea in the garden.

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