PIN TEA unveils handpicked floral blends as tribute to Singapore's garden city journey

Singapore artisanal tea company PIN TEA unveils its latest selection of five, carefully handpicked floral blends – The PIN Garden Collection.

The PIN Garden Collection takes inspiration from the luxuriant greenery of this garden city, and pays tribute to this journey that began over 50 years ago. The latest collection from PIN Tea consists of five selections: Belle of Bugis, Quayside Chamomile, Gardens by the Bae, Go The Mile, and Uniquely Yishun.

The PIN Garden Collection by PIN TEA. Photo courtesy: PIN TEA
The PIN Garden Collection by PIN TEA. Photo courtesy: PIN TEA

Made from hand-picked French roses, Belle of Bugis is a fun, flamboyant #throwback to Bugis Street’s glory days as a world-famous party strip. Quayside Chamomile is a caffeine-free balm for modern-day stresses – a perfect way to wind down after a hard day’s work, or a night out in Clarke Quay, Singapore’s bustling nightlife hot spot.

Gardens by the Bae keeps it romantic with a fragrant melange of osmanthus, chamomile and lavender. It is as charming as taking a loved one’s hand on an evening stroll through the  captivating urban garden. On the other hand, Go The Mile is an energizing lemongrass tea and an instant perk-me-up in a teacup inspired by Singapore's veritable Little Thailand.  

Photo courtesy: PIN TEA
Photo courtesy: PIN TEA

Subtle in appearance yet bold in flavour, Uniquely Yishun chrysanthemum tea is just like
Singapore’s mysterious dystopian suburb. Whether it’s bovine visits or feline villains,
high speed car chases or underground vice rings, there’s nothing a cup of tea won’t fix.

PIN TEA will be showcasing The PIN Garden Collection, alongside The PIN Classics
Collection, at the wildly popular design-centric pasar malam, Singapasar over National Day weekend from 4-6 August 2017.

Head down for a tea-rific time on Friday, 4pm-9pm, and on Saturday and Sunday, from 11am-8pm, at National Design Centre, Main Atrium and Gallery 1.

Author
Kareyst Lin
Kareyst Lin – Senior Writer

Kareyst has experience in writing about B2B technology for Computerworld Singapore, MIS Asia and CIO Asia; and on government technology for GCIO Asia. Her pet areas are artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and smart cities - these are fueled by her obsession with sci-fi movies and philosophy of mind. 

Sometimes she writes with light. 

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