It’s smack in the middle of January and you need a little something (besides the heater) to keep cozy. In this week’s online exclusive, PRESTIGE introduces three tasty teas to warm you up –
Often referred to as the “The Picasso of Pastry”, Pierre Hermé is known for his out-of-this-world chocolates and macaroons. In addition to the line-up of luxury sweets, the king of confectionary also offers a selection of tantalising teas. The bestseller, Thé Ispahan at Maison Pierre Hermé offers its trademark rose, raspberry and litchi flavour combo in a Darjeeling tea from West Bengal in Northern India.
To celebrate the Year of the Horse, Singapore-based luxury tea company TWG launches Longevity Tea, the latest addition to its Haute Couture Tea Collection. This limited-edition blend is composed of a mixture of the rarest white teas from the Fujian province. Beautifully packaged in a bold red tin, The Longevity Haute Couture Tea symbolises prosperity and good luck.
It’s no surprise that Ladurée sells 15,000 of its signature double-decker macaroons everyday. The French luxury bakery brand may be famous for its bite-sized treats, but its tea flavours are just as exquisite. Ladurée’s signature flavour, Marie-Antoinette, is an alluring blend of Chinese black tea combined with rose petals, citrus fruit and honey.
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