Ingredients: “Gunpowder” type green tea, fennel and jasmine.
The experience that the artist had to face because of the criticisms is like the begining of the aromatic description of the green tea (gunpowder), it begins with the bitter taste, which immediately gives way to other notes, among which the algae, where we can find ourselves with the sea, which arrives in the same way, a little later and above the sand, to the lower limit of the composition. Not much later… it appears another of the notes offered by the tea, jasmine, and we can see the whiteness of the water foam, the points caused by the hats, the shirts and their reflections in the damp sand of the beach.
The sweetness of children’s play is represented by the aniseed aroma of fennel, evoked by a plant that grows in marine environments with a similar aromatic range and which has adopted the name of the first, for this reason, sea fennel.
The girl located in her confort space, remains away from the gang, outside the water. She transmits a different feeling than the rest of the group, she is there, but she does not participate, She separates herself from the action, not only with her position, she also does it with the color of her dress. To convey this sensation, an ingredient with a different aromatic frequency has been chosen, which fights through its citrus and fruity notes to conquer its gustatory space. The just measure in which the hibiscus participates in this infusion it is reflected by the prudence that conveys the figure of the girl, with her red colored loop and skirt, like this flower.
See other teas and infusions inspired by art works of the Carmen Thyssen Collection.