The result of some wine-making and liquor-maturing experience blended with the finest collection of teas from Asia has gone into creating this unique blend. My first impression says that the idea is unique, rather adorable. For starters, this is not a heavy liquor choice. This is more consumable as an everyday beverage, of course in moderation. For green tea aficionados who are equally upbeat about hitting the bar, this could be a welcome change. They would be getting the herbal concoction that many tea blends are trying to be these days, along with all the goodness of spirits.
Food Journeys: More Green Tea ExplorationsThe alcohol percentage, if controlled acutely, could be the key here – the difference in making this a mainstream option or just another tea fad. If you read the column, it talks about borrowing the manufacturing wisdom from non-alcoholic wines. This innovative puts emphasis on safe removal of ethanol to ensure a greater degree of de-alcoholization—this I believe will be the big difference!!...read about some of my other Tea Discussions
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