TWG Tea, the finest luxury tea brand in the world celebrates a new era of tea appreciation in the Philippines with the opening of its sixth Salon & Boutique in Conrad Manila. A marriage of tradition and modern elegance, this expansion marks the tremendous success since its entrance in 2012, while continuing to provide the world’s finest harvests and most exclusive blends.
Nestled on the first level of Conrad Manila’s S Maison, the 200-square meter space comfortably seats a maximum of 34. With masterfully designed interiors and a location right in the heart of one of the city’s most opulent retail and dining destinations, TWG Tea’s newest Salon & Boutique continues to drive its luxury brand presence among tea lovers, aficionados and gastronomes alike.
The TWG Tea collection includes over 800 fine harvests and exclusive tea blends, sourced from over 200 tea plantations in 46 tea producing regions across the world each year. Beyond its promise of delivering superlative harvests direct from source gardens, the brand has set itself apart as an innovator, creating exclusive tea blends fit for each time of the day. All of the teas may be enjoyed in the Tea Salon as well as purchased by weight from 50 grams in sachets or in one of the brand’s 45 bespoke tea tins.
Signature offerings include TWG Tea’s most celebrated Haute Couture Tea Collection, crafted according to the flavors of the season and packaged to reflect the latest catwalk trends. Customer favorites include the signature Silver Moon Tea, a green tea accented with grand berry and vanilla; 1837 White Tea, a floral white tea blend; and Chocolate Earl Grey, world’s first black tea blended with bergamot and dark chocolate, along with other enchanting collection of tea accessories, wide assortment of tea-infused patisseries and Tea Gastronomy offerings.
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