AMA Brewery Hiru Sparkling Pét-Nat Tea



Introducing AMA Brewery, brewed in small batches from the Basque Country in Northern Spain. This naturally low-ABV, gently sparkled beverage is made from fermented teas and tisanes. They are naturally dry and very complex, making AMA a new category of limited and specialized fermented beverages. 

This is the HIRU bottle. It's a marriage of two Malawi-grown tea varietals, expertly selected for harmony and complexity. Satemwa Estate is a third-generation family-owned farm founded in 1923 in the Shire Highlands of Malawi in southeast Africa. First a green tea, which is steamed in a traditional Japanese style. Second, a rare peony white tea, whose fragile, whole leaves required years to discern a shipping method gentle enough to leave the tea intact.

Ama’s Hiru is bottle-aged for at least six months at the brewery in the Basque Country before being released into the market, with the ability to improve and evolve further in bottle for up to three years longer. The longer it ages, the smaller and more refined the bubble. Each fermentation batch produces approximately 280 bottles. Due to the finite nature of the origin-specific teas used and the unique aging process, production of each AMA cuvée is necessarily limited each year. 

  • Flavor Profile: Hiru has an intense golden color. Notes of dates and tropical fruits such as papaya with hints of hay and dried herbs. Fine bubbles with a crisp, balanced finish.
  • Pairings:  Serve in white wine glasses at traditional Champagne temperatures. A versatile pairing beverage, it shines with tomatoes and fresh vegetables, meaty seafoods, and heartier pork components like bacon and pork belly. The miniscule AMA SCOBY present in each bottle can be served or removed.

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