Royal Flush has fast become the country’s favourite non-alcoholic alternative to Champagne and Prosecco.
Royal Flush is a fresh, delicate, sparkling beverage with notes of rhubarb and white peach. It is made from a First Flush Darjeeling tea, known as the Champagne of Teas, using the same method as fine sparkling wines.
100% natural and exceptionally low in sugar and calories, Royal Flush is that rare thing: a non-alcoholic drink that is at home in a beautiful glass and pairs perfectly with food.
Served in over 50 Michelin-starred restaurants as well as some of the country’s finest hotels, pub groups and bars, the new generation of conscious consumers are seeking out Royal Flush as their non-alcoholic drink of choice. We’ll drink to that.
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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.
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.
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.
Watch Elly Pear use Royal Flush in her sesame roasted new potato salad recipe.
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