Dishes, Cocktails and Desserts Paired with Pantone Colors

SIMONE SBARBATI

Pantone these days, as every year for 15 years, he has announced what will be ” the color of 2016 ,” making for the first time an exception: no one color but two, rose quartz and blue serenity, basically pink and blue , immediately sparking a debate on the issue “gender”.

But given that the activities and cooperation of the American colossus is sprawling and embrace every possible area, in this case we speak of food and cocktails, with a show online (but that will also make a range of dates between the US and Canada tour) entitled #Paletteyourpalate and created in partnership with TEALEAVES, tea brand that for decades has been synonymous with luxury, top notch hotel and starred chefs.

The idea is to combine with entrée, dessert and cocktail made by some of the best cooks, confectioners and “mixologists” the world using some of the tea-TEALEAVES with a set of Pantone colors, accompanying each combination with a small card indicates the quality of tea, the inspiration of the dish or drink, an audio track in which the person who created the combination tells it to the public and a video that shows the making.

In addition to all this there is also a documentary, entitled Color in sight and out next February (the trailer you can see it somewhere further down the line), with the participation of internationally renowned design and focuses on the power of color evoking emotions and transmit stories.

Of course, on this side of a screen, the only way I can be satisfied is the view, but there is also a section with all the recipes , so that you can redo (or, rather, try to remake) at home


“The idea is to combine with entrée, dessert and cocktail made by some of the best cooks, confectioners and “mixologists” the world using some of the tea-TEALEAVES with a set of Pantone colors.”

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