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Embracing the newly arrived autumn breeze.

Oct 28, 2017

Embracing the newly arrived autumn breeze, stepping into the season of pinecones and maple leaves.

If autumn is a colour, it is definitely that warm pumpkin orangey shade, and speaking of, there is nothing more autumnal than a sprinkle of pumpkin spice, that cinnamony, spicy taste just screams autumn. Another seasonal, yet essential ingredient is ginger, nothing can warm you up like a cup of hot ginger tea in one of those cooler autumn nights.

Get lost in the autumn wonderland, bundled up in a knitted blanket while watching “Hocus Pocus”, sipping ginger tea out of your favourite mug is the definition of an ultimate autumn evening.

Black Tea “Pumkin spice” – a sumptuous, deep black tea topped with a selection of spices, enjoy this tea with a bit of milk to experience an even silkier texture.

Fruit Tea “mango ginger” – this fruity infusion is filled vitamins and most importantly, it’s extremely delicious; mango and ginger is an underrated match, the spiciness and the sweetness create a flavour that you have yet to try.

Green Tea “Doctor Gin” – a refreshing cup of green tea infused with ginger, lemon peel, liquorice, lemongrass and spearmint, its mellow texture serves exceptionally well as a palate cleanser.

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