These waters have lively, long-lived bubbles which feel creamy in the mouth. They have a lot of presence on the palate and a slightly salty taste. This salinity is well balanced with acidity to give an refreshing, thirst quenching overall feel. These waters are perfect for consumption both during meals or on their own.
One member of this family: S.Pellegrino
As a symbol of Italian panache and chic, S.Pellegrino’s lively, harmonious taste is the source of its huge appeal. Its fresh, lively bubbles fizz jauntily on the palate, and S.Pellegrino is characterised by its subtle mineral content. The slightly salty taste is pleasantly thirst-quenching and has a long, agreeably fresh finish.
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Master Tseng's tasting notes:
“The nose is fundamentally chalky with a citrus almost fruity flavour, not to mention a hint of almond milk. Its lively texture is very rich in variety. The distinctive taste of S.Pellegrino is its sharp lemony attack reminiscent of lemon juice, giving it an acidic bite”.
Yu Hui Tseng, Taiwanese in origin and the only female in the world’s top ten best known “Masters of Tea.” Master Tseng’s tea house in Paris offers 1,200 varieties of the most refined teas.