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Wind down the year with unforgettable meals and meangingful gourmet treats.

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TWG Tea

Lift your spirits with the festive Magic Christmas Tea, a theine-free red tea with whiffs of citrus fruits, chocolate and spices. Enjoy it on its own or as part of the two-course Festive Set Menu, which features the blend in the vanilla and chocolate mousse log cakes as well as the tasty seared foie gras and duck breast roll. Available from Dec 16, 2019 to Jan 3, 2020.

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Goodwood Park Hotel

Switch the traditional roast turkey for Asian-inspired takeaway treats, like the Roasted Pandan Scented Turkey with sweet- savoury Mantou Kaya Nibbles and piquant house-made chilli sauce. Our pick of delectable nibbles: Turkey Mantou Sliders, which features tender braised turkey with yam and pickled white onion between deep-fried mantou buns; and Pan-fried Turkey and Chive Gyozas served with tangy black vinegar and fresh ginger.

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Royal Plaza on Scotts

Have a berry Christmas with garden-themed log cakes, such as Raspberry Royaltine with Valrhona chocolate creme and hazelnut royaltine, and Hojicha Chocolate with morello cherry jelly and apple compote. Spice things up with Sambal Hijau Turkey with fried rice and spiced chicken stuffing, or Japanese Miso Roast Chicken with curry potatoes, garlic fried rice and carrot stew.

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Glenfiddich

The dark gold Glenfiddich Grand Cru single malt has been matured for 23 years and is the only one of its kind finished in rare French cuvée oak casks. It lingers on the palate with an intense nose of apple blossom and candied apple, while layers of vanilla oak, sweet brioche, sandalwood and pear sorbet lead to a long and opulent finish. Available at all DFS stores at Singapore Changi Airport in an exclusive 75cl 43% variant.

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The Rare Honey Company

With products across three categories – Daily Dose, Holistic and High Potency Range – there is a honey for every occasion from this family-owned company from southwestern Australia, ranging from daily beverage sweeteners to TA20+ immunity boosters with the highest level of antioxidant and active enzyme strength. 

“Our bees only collect pollen from wild flowering trees, as well as blossoming Karri, Redgum and Jarrah hardwood trees… producing honey unmatched in its distinctive flavour, delicious taste and powerful healing qualities,” says Harry Grover, Founder & Director of The Rare Honey Company 

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Palazzo Di Varignana

Foodies will be delighted by this Bolognese resort’s gourmet gift sets, now available exclusively at Da Paolo Gastronomia’s Paragon outlet and its website. The resort is especially well known for its extra virgin olive oil and jams, and also partners other artisans to produce honey and fine teas. Order from gastronomia-foodtoorder. dapaolo.com.sg

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Capella Singapore

From the juiciest roast turkey that we’ve ever tasted to fine Cantonese delights at Cassia, a festive meal at Capella Singapore always creates memorable moments. Chill out over afternoon tea at Chef’s Table or get a Christmas hamper, with homemade goodies such as the panettone, stollen and gingerbread man that are perfect for gatherings.

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Sheraton Towers Singapore

Be spoilt for choice with a decadent international buffet spread at The Dining Room and curated five-course menus at Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant. Buffet items include the signature Dry Laksa, Lobster Mac and Cheese with Truffle, Sichuan Mala Baby Lobster and Wok-fried White Pepper Crab. Bring some goodness home with new takeaway options, such as the Honey Rock Hoisin Turkey, Bourbon Orange-Glazed Bone-In Gammon Ham and Raspberry Cheese Igloo Cake.

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