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Gina Amaretta

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Properties

Attributes: Contains caffeine
Cultivation method: Conventional cultivation
Edition: Aroma Edition
Flavour: creamy
Taste: amaretto, marzipan
Tea type: Black Tea
Quality (TGR) TGR96 | 100

Ingredients

Black tea, popped amaranth, flavor.

Preparation

11 g tea leaves (7 level Teelamass) to 1 liter filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 2 min. Enjoy sweeten with white rock candy if desired.

Tea quantity 11g / l
Temperature 100°C
Drawing time 2Min.

La Dolce Vita in the cup

La Dolce Vita is generally understood to mean a luxurious life of idleness and pleasure. Socialising with friends and family, accompanied by delicious food and drink, is probably THE symbol of the Italian lifestyle. Gina Amaretta brings this exuberance and pure joie de vivre into our teacups, as well.

When they think of "La Dolce Vita", many people naturally think of the famous black-and-white film of the same name by Italian director Federico Fellini from 1960. The film classic depicts high-society life in Rome in the 1950s, an intoxicating life full of parties and excess. But "the sweet life" is not only that - it also means a lifestyle characterised by nonchalance and looseness. A life without hustle and bustle and stress, where the focus is on celebrating and socialising and forgetting the stresses of everyday life.

Another Italian classic is Amaretto, a sweet liqueur with a nutty marzipan flavour. Originally, bitter almonds were used for the production, in Italian mandorla amara, from which the name of the drink is derived. Nowadays, mostly bitter almond oil is used to achieve the typical marzipan-like taste.

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07.06.2024

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24.04.2024

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schon so oft geschrieben

23.03.2023

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18.03.2023

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17.03.2023

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Ist lecker, aber nur das Ausweichprodukt, da ich schwarzen Tee Marzipan bevorzuge.

16.03.2023

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28.02.2023

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Harmonischer Tee mit einem angenehmen Hauch von Marzipan. Wunderbar zu Gebäck, Kuchen oder einfach zwischendurch.

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