TAKING TEA AT LA VIE
Daily 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Lilikoi Curd, Guava Jelly, Clotted Cream
Cucumber, Lemon & Dill
Cauliflower “en Croute”
Smoked Trout Roe
Camembert Cheese Tart
…SELECTION OF SWEETS…
Lemon Poppy Madelines
Gateau Ispahan Bites
Blueberry Lavender Financier
Fennel Sugar Cookies
A hardy plant grown widely in Eastern Europe and harvested between May and July.
Its bright yellow infusion reveals sweet, fruity flavors with notes of pineapple.
Gunpowder to the Westerners, or more poetically "tea pearls" for the Chinese, is associated with mint tea preparations in Maghreb.
One teaspoon of tea is used to make a pint of liquor, with the addition of a small bunch of mint and sugar to taste. Exotic...
Here the South African plant rooibos mingles with the acidulous flavor of citrus fruits.
Both mild and lively, containing no theine, it is an ideal drink for children or at bedtime.
The three main tea producers of Ceylon, India and China are combined here in stunning harmony.
The Chinese tea adds a touch of sweetness to this blend, meaning it can be enjoyed at any time of the day.