Vasco powder with Maître Cheng

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Vasco powder with Maître Cheng

Technical guide

Ingredients Mi Lan Xang tea, cumin, fennel, cardamom, spices
Allergens *
Net weight 40 g
Conservation / Utilisation In a dry, dark place such as a closed cupboard, ideally at 18°C.
Price incl. tax €10.45

The words of Olivier Roellinger

Master Tzeng of the “Maison des Trois Thés” in Paris and I met for an afternoon of tea and spices. We recounted for our guests our personal tales as well as the history of tea and spice routes, and collaborated on their expression here.

Story

It was the aubergine, native to India, which first inspired me to create a special powder. Particularly fond of its lightly tangy, meat-like vegetable quality, I decided here to use the spices that Vasco de Gama encountered in Cochin when he opened up the first historical maritime spice route in 1498.

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