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Dining out: Where to find our teas

Are you as excited as we are about the return of dinner and easing of Covid restrictions? 

Chances are that you'll be eating out, going to movies, and meeting up with friends these coming weeks. Great news: you can still enjoy our teas while doing that!

Our teas are now at some fantastic cafés and restaurants,  nd we’ll be highlighting some of them below. They serve delicious dinner if you’re looking for dine-in ideas!

Cold Brew Kuki Hojicha @ Roganic

Roganic Hong Kong is a contemporary British restaurant by Simon Rogan. Their impressive dinner tasting menu is a must-try – fresh, exciting, and always surprising! Their non-alcoholic pairing option features our Kuki Hojicha, cold-brewed.


Address: UG08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay,

Rice Scent Aged Puerh @ Mora

By the brilliant team behind Tate Dining Room, Mora is arguably the most original and enchanting new restaurant to come out of Hong Kong this year. With a focus on soy, Mora serves a 6-course dinner tasting menu. For their tea menu, we’ve curated a special selection of surprising yet comforting teas, including Rice Scent Aged Puerh and Yunnan Gushu Golden Tips.

Address: 40 Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan

Osmanthus Oolong @ St. Regis Hong Kong

At afternoon tea by St. Regis Hong Kong’s The Drawing Room, we are charmed by how they put equal emphasis on the tea as well as the food and pastries. You’ll get a brief introduction to the tea menu, before you make your choice. The tea selection is carefully curated by us, and features some of our most premium small-batch teas including Darjeeling Moonshine, Oriental Beauty, and Osmanthus Oolong

Address: 1 Harbour Drive, Wan Chai

Da Hong Pao (Fruit Scent) @ The Baker & The Bottleman

Simon Rogan’s latest venture in town is The Baker & The Bottleman, a sustainable modern bakery by day and a natural wine bar by night. You’ll find British bakes such as pastries, scones, cakes, bread, sandwiches, cookies, as well as our loose-leaf teas. The Da Hong Pao is a crowd favorite, but we recommend you try the Wenshan Baozhong, a light oolong from Taiwan that pairs surprisingly well with pastries and scones! 

Address: G14-15, G/F, F15A, 1/F Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai

Phoenix Dancong Duck Shit Scent @ Lazy Creatures 

This pet-friendly cafe in Kowloon City is perfect for a lazy afternoon. With outdoor seating, delicious cakes, and a beverage menu featuring our teas, Lazy Creatures is a great option if you're looking to explore the quieter side of Kowloon City. Try our Phoenix Dancong for a pick-me-up while you’re there, or Camomile Reverie to wind down the day. 

Address: Shop J, G/F, Katherine Building, 379 Prince Edward Road West, Kowloon City



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