Piccolo Principe

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Fruit Green Blend
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From Il Coloniale Rimini

Blend of green tea, apple, raisins and pine nuts.


Dolce miscela di tè verde, mela, uvetta e pinoli; il profumo ricorda una torta fatta in casa e vi riporta l’incanto e la magia dell’infanzia.


Una delle miscele più amate: tè verde , mela, uvetta e pinoli, modesto contenuto di caffeina, pensata per tutta la famiglia. Da bere tutto il giorno puro o con zucchero candito bruno in cristalli. Colore giallo, riflessi ambra; aroma intenso di torta appena cotta, note fruttate; il gusto di frutta e l’aroma ammorbidiscono il tono vegetale del tè verde di base, facendone un tè estremamente piacevole!


To be fair, I don’t know if this is really produced by Il Coloniale Rimini, but I found it on their website: http://www.ilcolonialerimini.com/shop/piccolo-principe.html

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It’s a sopping wet mess over here right now. Just rain, rain and rain. I was out for lunch with a friend and we gave up even trying to be outside when the worst downpour started. We found ourselves right beside this place that I’ve walked past for years and years but never tried (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g187791-d1722996-Reviews-Caffe_Novecento-Rome_Lazio.html) so we ducked inside. We shared a pear and marsala cake of some kind and each had a small pot of tea – it was decent, but overpriced, and first they played jazz and then something Deep Forest-y, which didn’t quite compute.

This tisane-like green consisted mostly of fruit pieces, but it was quite drinkable. Why the staff at a tea house would serve green tea in a pot without a removable filter is beyond me, though – the last of it was beyond bitter.

Weirdos.

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