Plantation Tearoom now accepts Alipay, Tap&Go and Octopus, so you are welcome to use your consumption vouchers for this beautiful gift set when you shop in-store - and get some fantastic freebies and discounts, too!
To celebrate the joy of togetherness this Mid-Autumn Festival, this signature tea gift set features our prized Da Hong Pao (Fruit Scent) rock tea and a White Ceramic Gaiwan Set, with a box of our much-loved Moon Scones from our sister brand teakha.
The Moon Scone & Rock Tea Bundle 正岩・盈月 茶禮組合 includes:
- A voucher for a box of 6 Moon Scones by teakha
- A 30g square tin of Da Hong Pao (Fruit Scent) rock tea
- A White Ceramic Gaiwan Set (1 gaiwan + 2 cups, handmade in Dehua, Fujian)
All encased in a premium gold-embossed box and gift bag.
About Da Hong Pao (Fruit Scent) Rock Tea 果韻大紅袍
Once the reserve of emperors, Da Hong Pao is a highly prized rock tea grown in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Wuyishan, China, where the plants are nourished by pure, mineral-rich spring water, giving the tea its distinctive mineral flavour.
The Da Hong Pao (“Big Red Robe”) sourced by Plantation by teakha has a strong fruit scent, reminiscent of the citrus essence released from an orange as it is peeled. It is charcoal-roasted twice, giving it an invigorating smokiness while highlighting its signature mineral notes. A bold, robust tea that expels extra dampness in the body and pairs well with rich food.
Legend has it that the tea was prepared by monasteries exclusively for the Emperor. It grew on precarious cliff edges, so monks trained monkeys to pick the tea, clothing them in regal red robes, hence the name “Big Red Robe”. Others say that the young shoots have a crimson tint to them, making it look like the fields are robed in red in the springtime.
About our Moon Scones
Fresh from the teakha kitchen, our signature Moon Scones are our unique savoury take on moon cakes. These delightful buttermilk scones carry a whole fresh salted egg yolk at the centre, with a pinch of premium Taiwanese pork floss for an added touch of nostalgia.
The scones will be available to collect at teakha, 18B Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan, between 6 September and 22 September inclusive.