Wine and tea: exquisite blends
At Poet we have researched ways to achieve optimum palatine joy. Wine and tea blends have a greater amount of hues, aromas and flavours aimed at enriching the drinking experience.
Exquisite Wine & Tea blends are a winning bet to take care of your palate in the best way possible, avoiding boredom and anodynia. Poet is a proven expert in wine and tea blends. In WineTea.club we have more than two years of experience in providing you with the best service you deserve.
The best for each occasion
If you are bringing the wine to a dinner party, don’t forget to ask about the menu. Fish pair best with Haiku – green tea with white wine–, while Sonnet –black tea with red wine– is a better match for meats. On the other hand, Ghazal –Indian red tea with merlot grapes– would be the perfect pairing for spicy food.
In WineTea.club we help you making the best choice in wine and tea
To make it easier for the customer to choose the perfect blend we have divided them into three different categories. We have Japan-inspired wine and tea blends, special for very demanding customers looking a subtle flavour and quality ingredients such as chardonnay grapes, great for pairing with sushi and fishes. Next we have India-inspired wine and tea blends, suitable for customers looking for a tastier and more intense drink to pair with different types of spicy food. At last but not least, the Great Britain inspired wine and tea blends, that fulfil the needs of the most trained tea drinkers; perfect to drink warm at a 6 O’Clock.
The 3 most important elements to keep in mind when choosing your blend are:
- The occasion: When you give it as a gift, keep in mind the person’s preference in wines and teas, as well as that person’s love for different cultures. Usually, the best choice is a bundle with the most popular blends.
- The pairing: As mentioned on the previous point, each blend will be best suited to a specific kind of food. However, when drinking Poet® wine and tea blends by their own, feel free to make you own choice as you build the habit of savouring the exquisiteness.
- The temperature: Particularly, Sonnet and Ghazal will be the best choices for drinking a hot and cozy cup of winetea. Haiku could also be enjoyed warm, but our suggestion is to drink it cold, below 15ºC.
Our more than two years of experience gives us the assurance that we will find the right wine and tea blend for you. WineTea.Club, your expert in wine and tea blends.