N.847, Peach Konnyaku 桃子蒟蒻
Do you know that apples are given out on Christmas eve in China for over a decade now? ‘Christmas Eve’ translates to Ping’anye (平安夜, the evening of peace), which also...
N.836, Manila Mango Chiffon
A perfect marriage of our love for the Singapore chiffon cake & our mango madness, we present to you No. 836, Manila Mango Chiffon. This updated dessert tea is a...
N.838, Peary Good
Ingredients: Japanese sencha, marigold petals, peach blossoms, natural pear & apple flavouring 50 gram per tea caddy or packet Steeping Time: 3 - 4 mins Brewing method: 2g per...
N.827, Lychee Konnyaku
Our newest tea formula of Jasmine green, black tea, cranberries, lychee pieces & lily blossoms. Sweet tasting & tangy as the Japanese jelly dessert, Lychee Konnyaku tea provides the added malty...
N.825, Pandan Chiffon
Inspired and named after a local favourite dessert cake, Pandan Chiffon is a blend of roasted green tea, pandan leaves, osmanthus blossoms and cinnamon. It is reduced in caffeine and...
N.826, Mango Sticky Rice
Mango Sticky Rice is a blend of genmaicha, black tea, roasted barley, mango dices & candied coconut. Very much inspired by the Thai local dessert, the tea brews like a...
N.834, Ice Kacang
Ice Kacang, or shaved ice, is a popular dessert commonly sold by street vendors in Southeast Asia. Everyone loves the sweet-tasting shaved ice, with numerous toppings such as red beans,...
N.844, Strawberry Ispahan
Echoing the flavours of the famed revolutionary french macaron cake - Ispahan, we put together a soft and subtle blend of green tea, rose petals, lily blossoms, vanilla, lychee and strawberry. Strawberry Ispahan,...
N.833, Chicken Rice
Chicken Rice is highly recognised as the national dish of Singapore. The dish is adapted from the early Chinese immigrants hailing from Hainan province of Southern China. Chicken Rice is now available...
N.842, Orh Nee
Orh Nee is a popular teochew dessert made with yam paste, garnished with steamed pumpkin puree and boiled gingko nuts. The delectable dessert is normally reserved for special occasions, as it takes time and effort to prepare. Thus it is not commonly available even at local dessert stalls.
A Teochew tradition - it is customary to serve Orh Nee as the last course especially at restaurants catered to delicacies of the dialect group. We present to you our special Orh Nee tea blend to celebrate our achievements, and usher in the new year.
No. 842 Orh Nee is a blend of sencha, black tea, dried persimmon, forget-me-not flowers and natural flavouring.
- 50 g per tea caddy or packet
- Brewing method: 2 gram per 200 ml water
- Steeping time: 3 - 4 mins
Caddy only: Diameter 7.5 cm x Height 9 cm
N.829, Nasi Lemak
Rasa Sayang Hei! Nasi Lemak tea blend is inspired by the staple fragrant dish cooked in coconut milk & pandan leaf commonly found in Singapore, Malaysia & neighbouring countries. Nasi...