Why do Chinese people love tea so much?
There is an old saying in China about the seven necessities for starting for one’s day, For the record that’s firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce (usually soy), vinegar and, of course, tea.
This behind-the-scenes tour of one of Singapore’s oldest tea merchants showcases how they blend and roast their own tea leaves using the traditional style.
Hear interesting stories which go way back to 1925 and their relationship with one of Singapore’s unique delicacies, Bak Kut Teh.
Be amazed with their effort to catch up with the times, as they constantly innovate with tea.
Both young and old can learn to appreciate tea with a tasting session of three different types of premium grade tea leaves – including their innovative champagne tea.
Get a hands-on as you try traditional wrapping of tea leaves which you can take home. Finally, put your tea brewing skills to use with a heritage Nanyang Tea Brewing Combo Set during the tea demonstration session.