90 g tea-filled tin
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Free-flowing white tea with peach and apricot!
The big day has arrived! Your dream brunch is within reach… As soon as you walk through the door, your eyes begin to shine. A truly extravagant feast awaits, with armchairs as enticing as the canapés at the buffet. And all topped off by opulent, bespoke interior design.
On your table, a pyramid of champagne glasses stands ready to welcome the star of the cocktail world: the White Bellini. Exquisite, it is packed with creamy fruits, juicy peach and velvety apricot, all backed by a white tea base, of course. This tea is the most delicate of them all, as only the youngest shoots are picked. The elixir is served like a waterfall as you indulge to your heart’s content. And quite right too – it’s so delicious!
You hope this moment never ends… And you’re in luck! The White Bellini is a cocktail you can enjoy as much as you want. Everything’s so much better when it lasts forever.
White Bellini is an organic, next-generation cocktail to make you feel peachy (with a hint of apricot!).
Organic tea also available in loose leaf (because it’s good for the planet) or in teabags for when you’re on the go.
They say all roads lead to Rome. But in the case of the Bellini, this well-traveled cocktail is an icon of the majestic city of Venice. Invented in the late 1940s by a certain Giuseppe Cipriani, the then-director of the prestigious Harry’s Bar, it is made with prosecco and peach nectar, preferably from the white variety. It’s pink-orange color lends it a glorious sensuality… and supposedly inspired its name, in homage to renowned Venetian painter Giovanni Bellini, who was particularly fond of these shades. Some 70 years later, the Bellini is still just as popular, and often revisited with champagne and raspberry purée… So, grazie who? Grazie Giuseppe!
Apricot (natural flavor)
Peach (natural flavor)