These Bubblies From Copenhagen Are Low A.B.V.

Copenhagen Sparkling Tea Company’s lineup of teas contain little to no alcohol and pair nicely with all manner of foods.

These Bubblies From Copenhagen Are Low A.b.v.

The New York Times – by Florence Fabricant

Complex blends of teas with herbal touches shape Copenhagen Sparkling Tea, a line of organic sparkling teas with little to no alcohol from Denmark, suitable to pour with dinner. They were created five years ago by a sommelier, Jacob Kocemba, and his business partner, Bo Sten Hansen, and are just now being sold in the United States. Gron, made with green and white teas and lemongrass with nice citrus notes and good acidity, is a standout in the collection; keep it in mind as you serve those long-life noodles for the Lunar New Year. It contains five percent alcohol, as does the Rod, pink, a bit sweeter and slightly tannic from the black tea in the mix. Alcohol-free Bla — made with jasmine, white and Darjeeling teas — is more delicate. The Lyserod, also alcohol-free, is rosy and fruitier.

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