Royal Flush 275ml 12 Pack

£30.00 inc VAT

This is our Champagne. A very regal brew.

Produced from fragrant First Flush Darjeeling, picked by hand as the first tips of tea emerge in spring. The Indian city of Darjeeling itself is known as Queen of the Hills and its First Flush is known as the Champagne of Teas.

The tea is richly fragrant and creates a brew that is fresh and floral. We add nothing, but the tea alone develops notes of rhubarb, white peach and a touch of blackcurrant. The fruit and spice flavours round out the acids to make it soft and delicate.

Pair anywhere you might use a sparkling or full bodied white wine such as a chardonnay: white fish, white meat, cream sauces. Anything with delicate umami notes. Perfect with charcuterie as the acidity cuts through the fat.

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Winner of 5 stars in The Times non-alcoholic taste test 

“The kombucha that is better than champagne.” Tomé Morrissy-Swan – The Independent

“Easily the best kombucha in the world. Deserves a category of its own.” Head Sommelier, St James Hotel

“Delicate, balanced, and a truly remarkable non-alcoholic drink.” Restaurant Manager, Gleneagles Hotel

 

Ingredients

First Flush Darjeeling tea, sugar, kombucha culture.

Royal Flush is brewed from First Flush Darjeeling, known in India as the Queen of Teas. The first two tips of tea, picked as they emerge in the first bloom of spring, are dried carefully to tease out all of its delicate character.

Nutritional Info
Per 100ml

Energy: kcal 15, kJ 61
Protein g 0
Carbohydrates g 3
Of which sugar g 3
Fat g 0

The Perfect Serve

Royal Flush brews to give rich notes of rhubarb and gooseberry, rounding out to white fruits maybe a touch of black currant. A delicate floral acidity with a relatively short finish makes Royal Flush fresh and bright. Ideal as a celebration drink in place of a champagne, serve in a white wine glass or champagne flute.

Always chill well and pour gently, definitely no ice. Then sit back and sip slowly to get the best out of the delicate flavours.

Modern Mixology

Big flavours can overpower the delicate subtleties of Royal Flush, so many mixologists we work with use it for a Kir or a Bellini.

Royal Flush pairs well with white meats, white fish and umami-rich cream sauces. It also works well as an aperitif, with charcuterie, in place of sauterne with foie gras or dessert wines with pudding.

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