Botanic Unique Flower Garden blend

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The Story

An incredibly beautiful collaboration & selection with restaurant Fine Fleur & the 5-star hotel Botanic itself, located in the bustling center behind the beautiful Botanic garden of Antwerp, you will find next to this breathtaking hotel.

For his new business Fine Fleur, Boerma crosses the border to Belgium. There in Antwerp he is not alone - for Fine Fleur, the team is once again joining forces with Thomas Diepersloot. Diepersloot is behind the pans at Voltaire in Leersum, where Boerma has an advisory role and the young chef earned a Michelin star.
Boerma thus promises that Fine Fleur will not become a second version of his three-star restaurant De Leest. ''My typical style - the use of various acids, citrus elements and worldwide spices - remains characteristic of my style here too,'' says the chef.

Cafe Couture has been able to make an amazing contribution to the drinks menu - of course the tea, we are very proud of this! When selecting the unique tea selection, we worked closely with maître Mark Reynders.
A special unique selection of tea & own infusion has been put together for this gem in Antwerp.

With this blend we create a really relaxed moment. Imagine yourself in an oasis of peace with this delicious and refined chamomile infusion, a soft taste that begs to be drunk after an evening full of crazy surprises within the walls of Botanic Sanctuary. Now it's time to relax...

This special customized blend is only available at Botanic Sanctuary Antwerp. Yet we are very proud of it and will gladly show you this specially composed blend.

How to... make a delicious cup of Botanic Unique Flower Garden?
5-10 min | 95°C

Where do you store your tea?
You can easily store the whole leaf tea in the appropriate Café Couture storage cans.


Further information
Content: -
Ingredients: lemon grass, apple pieces, camomile (12 %), spearmint, peppermint, silver linden blossoms, liquorice root, flavouring, rose petals, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, jasmine blossoms