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A fashionable tea experience

By MST Lifestyle | Jul. 23, 2013 at 06:00pm
TWG Tea, the world’s finest luxury tea brand, provides a luxurious new addition to the East Wing of Shangri-La Plaza Mall with the opening of its fourth Tea Salon & Boutique in the Philippines.  Located just north of Makati’s Central Business District, TWG Tea at Shangri-La is the newest addition to the establishment of TWG Tea Salon & Boutique at Greenbelt 5, Resorts World Manila, and the Rockwell Power Plant Mall.

With loose tea selections spanning  different continents—from the red lands of Malawi to the volcanic regions of Hawaii, from the hidden tea valleys of China, and the exotic plantations of Laos— TWG Tea collection caters to every discerning taste. The luxurious tea experience begins at the welcoming main entrance, leading to an open store lay-out that provides a glamorous 360-degree view of the neighboring high-end fashion boutiques. The Tea Salon & Boutique’s elegant interior includes precious hand-painted artisan tins and TWG Tea’s signature Yellow Tea Tins, artfully displayed in five elegant wood-clad columns, along with two glass display niches that hold over 500 different varieties of teas from 38 countries—each a veritable treasure chest of taste. With full-height curved glass and brass panels, hardwood posts, a large, patisserie counter and wooden tea counter, TWG Tea Salon & Boutique Shangri-La is an exotic, luxurious paradise, designed to provide comfort for every tea disciple.

The 46-seat tea salon features an elegant and extensive menu of tea-infused salads, sandwiches, main courses, and patisseries, including several new dishes such as Seaside Salad, featuring a house vinaigrette infused with Love Me Tea, and TWG Tea Mini Burgers, a selection of three distinctive burgers served with a light serving of mixed greens and finished with an 1837 Green Tea-infused vinaigrette.  Among the main courses joining the selection are the Cœur de Filet, a roasted filet mignon drizzled with a rich, Polo Club Tea infused sauce, and the Pan-Seared Seabass with Pumpkin Risotto, drizzled with a Red Chai Tea-infused cream.  Two new sandwiches will also be unveiled—the Salmon Club and the Ratatouille Grilled Sandwich, each accompanied by a salad tossed in tea-infused vinaigrette.
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