Blog — NGO
One night at the Opéra Garnier
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For one night only, the Paris Opéra Garnier was privatized for a black tie gala on education and excellence. The history, the unique architecture was the perfect backdrop to fall in love with Paris again and again.
The winner of the Children's Climate Prize 2017 is Edgar Edmund Tarimo, Green Venture Recycles. He is a student from The School of St Jude in Tanzania, one of our NGO partners. Edgar turns plastic waste into building brick!
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Afternoon tea with Paris Popcorn
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NOUS Tea is delighted with our latest collaboration and honored to be featured on the latest article by Paris lifestyle blog Nirit from The Paris Popcorn. We caught up with her over tea and spent a lovely afternoon chatting, sharing stories over a photo session. Passionate about Fashion, Gourmet and Art, Nirit is a global blogger/journalist (Buenos Aires, Tel Aviv, London, Southern Africa and now Paris cross her path) and a mommy to three little ones while looking fabulous. Read her article click on the below image or go to: http://www.theparispopcorn.com/single-post/2016/12/02/Photo-shoot-with-Nous-Tea-a-la-Comtesse Catch the Paris Popcorn behind the scenes video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkbWWgRqTnI Video Credit: Paris Popcorn
Nepal earthquake 2015, one year later.
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A little more than a year ago we discovered an amazing certified organic black tea from Nepal. We named it “Himalayan Repose”. We love its elegant and smooth body, with subtle hints of citrus, spice that rivals any exclusive first-flush Darjeeling tea that costs four to five times more. To connect with the community we source tea from, we partner with Namlo International, an NGO that has been operating in Nepal since 2009, to channel our donation to the region to help fight poverty with education. --- In April 2015, a violent 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the Himalayan state that killed 9000 people, left millions of Nepalese with no safe shelters...