Lemon Lime Better
Tomo’s homemade peach brandy
Vodka/Gin/Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky 12 years/Rum
【 Dessert Drink 】
glass $ 14
Tomo’s homemade fruit brandy
Penfold’s Grandfather Port
【 T2 tea selections 】
Chinese mandarin and earl grey. Large leaf, full bodied Sri Lankan blend with fragrant bergamot.
The “classic”. A blend of Sri Lankan broken leaf teas.
Large and defined leaves from fine Sri Lankan estates. Serve with milk or a slice of lemon.
T2’s version of a well know Indian blend. Complex, spicy and incredibly tasty.
A middle eastern blend of gunpowder chinese green tea and peppermint.
Lemongrass and ginger
T2’s lemongrass mixed with loads of invigorating ginger. bright, delicious and caffeine-free.
Chamomile and lavender
Whole Egyptian chamomile flowers and blended with lavender. Try with a dash of honey.
Red fancy fruit
Rooibos blended with summer petals and terrific fruit flavours. Smooth and creamy on the palate.
Tomo’s Sencha and Genmai-cha
Sencha – Sencha is the most frequently drunk and well-known variety of green tea. It is made according to the most common processing methods, whereby the leaves are steamed and rolled to produce crude tea.
Genmai-cha – Genmaicha derives its name from the Japanese word for “ brown rice”, which is rice that still retains the bran covering of the rice grain. The soaked and steamed brown rice is roasted and popped, and is mixed with sencha or other tea in a ration of approximately 50:50. One way enjoy the combination of the savoriness of roasted brown rice and the refreshing flavour of sencha. Since brown rice is mixed in – thereby decreasing the amount of sencha – genmaicha has low caffeine content, making it a suitable tea for children.