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June 14, 2010

Best Pot of Tea in Croatia? Cafe l' Angelique, Vrsar, Istria.

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Cafe lYesterday I drove round the Limski kanal, a stunning fjord in Istria, to Vrsar from our Rovinj base. After climbing the new bell tower for some excellent panoramas we visited the Cafe l’Angelique at the base. Recommended by the TimeOut Shortlist Guidebook as ‘the best spot for coffee in town’ we were pleased to find and excellent range of teas too.

Leaf tea timer and teapotI ordered the large leaf Assam tea and Alison the lemongrass. These arrived with pots, cold milk, etc and timers set. Our waiter came back to pour the assam after the prescribed 3 minutes. The lemongrass took 3 minutes longer. Later he came out to top up with appropriately hot water and reset the timers, adding another minute for the second brew! lemongrass tea bag

I am not totally convinced that the Austrian accuracy is absolutely essential, these were all top organic Heissenberger supplied teas, with strict instructions. The tea produced, however, was as good as I have had overseas including in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore.

How much better than the open cup of vaguely hot water supplied with your tea bag still in its paper envelope for you to try to get some tea out of!

Follow the link above to find the brewing times for l’Angelique’s range of teas. If you ever are in the Rovinj area of Istria, Croatia, wander up the quiet streets to the Campinile for the excellent views of islands and marinas then pop in for an excellent cup of tea or coffee.

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