I confess! I live here but will be as balanced as I can.
The spring is noted for its spring waters. The strength of flavour varies considerably with rainfall. After several weeks of hot weather the flavour will be strengthening.
But what does it taste of?
Can be subjective. But have you ever eaten fresh peas from the pod, without cooking? If so, you're about there.
Unlike other waters, this is not volcanic and therefore tastes very different to those in Bath.
Located at one end of the Pantiles, this backs onto the Imperial Pharmacy.
There is much to see and do on and in the Pantiles, sadly Tunbridge Wells or some 'quango' feels disinclined to properly promote all that it could be. What is here is great. Plenty of tea rooms, restaurants, including Indian. There's a jazz and music venue at the far end and mid well during the Summer months there is live music, often jazz, but many other styles, on the band stand.
Research the best days to come depending on your tastes.
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