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Celebrate spring with TWG Tea

Spring is one of the most beautiful and celebrated seasons especially in Japan where cherry blossoms virtually cover the country with a soft pink glow. People from all over the world travel to Japan  to celebrate the annual hanami or cherry blossom viewing ceremony that started in the 8th century during the Nara period in Japan.  

TWG Tea, one of the finest luxury tea brands in the world, pays a fitting tribute with the introduction of the 2016 edition of Sakura! Sakura! Haute Couture Tea. This fine green tea, which is produced in limited quantity – comes in with notes of cherry blossom and is TWG Tea’s unique interpretation and celebration of the centuries-old ceremony. 

TWG Tea's 2016 edition of Sakura! Sakura! Haute Couture Tea
The golden infusion with a subtle floral fragrance is likened to spring in a teacup, bringing one on an unforgettable journey of discovery to one of the most captivating seasons in Japan. The Sakura! Sakura! Haute Couture Tea comes in a golden yellow box reminiscent of warm sunlight permeating through the clouds. TWG Tea’s selection of enchanting tea-infused macarons goes very well with the Sakura! Sakura! Haute Couture Tea. The macarons are accented by the natural flavor of green tea with notes of cherry blossoms fragrance, and are available in the limited edition Sakura! Sakura! macaron gift box of six, 12 or 24 and priced at P330, P605 and P1210 respectively. TWG Tea Sakura! Sakura! Haute Couture Tea retails at P1595 and will be available at all TWG Tea locations in Philippines starting April 1.

In the Philippines, TWG Tea is located at Central Square in Bonifacio High Street Central, Greenbelt 5, Newport Mall, Power Plant Mall, and Shangri-La Plaza East Wing. Follow @TWGTeaPH on Instagram for more information.

Topics: TWG Tea , Sakura! Sakura!
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