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Interview with Teapigs: Fancy a cuppa?

(This photo taken from Teapigs HK’s Twitter – the rest are taken by me!) I was working at Asia’s biggest food and hospitality trade fair – HOFEX, last week and I met some great people from the F&B industry! On the 3rd day of the fair, I came across Teapigs, a UK tea company that […]

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Let them drink tea

The traditions of having afternoon tea and high tea are deeply rooted in England. Historically, Afternoon Tea is very common among the ladies in social occasions, while High Tea is originally a working class meal served at the end of the workday. However, as time passes by, it becomes more of a social gathering where […]

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let them drink tea

I’m a huge coffee snob. But the sad thing is, the magical after-effect of caffeine just never really works on me (70% of the time I can still doze off when I’m studying, AFTER I CHUG A WHOLE CUP OF COFFEE). So recently, I turned to another alternative – TEA. I was pretty tea-centric for […]

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