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TEA IS FOR TRAVEL: Esora Restaurant

WHERE: Esora Restaurant, Singapore Nestled inside a heritage shophouse, Esora Restaurant is a Japanese kappo-style fine dining restaurant. Translated to mean "cut and cook", the Kappo affair comprises the chef concocting a multi-course meal in front of diners for them to witness and admire an intimate culinary process. [gallery type="rectangular" ...

TEA IS FOR TRAVEL: platform.

WHERE: platform., Singapore Sometimes a new experience can be just a stone's throw away. Sequestered in the bustle of Singapore's CBD, platform. – a drink studio – is a comforting pocket of quietude for the souls who enjoy the sweetness of being alone with a fine brew. In the day, ...

TEA IS FOR TRAVEL: Mixology Salon

[gallery ids="985,984" type="slideshow"] WHERE: Mixology Salon, Tokyo In a city where the traditional converges with the avant-garde, Mixology Salon sits at the center and offers creative tea-inspired spirits using a curated collection of premium teas leaves – from hojicha-infused bourbon and soba cha vodka to oolong tea-flavoured rum and sencha ...

TEA IS FOR TRAVEL: Kou-An Glass Teahouse

WHERE: Kou-An Glass Teahouse, Tokyo Tea, since time immemorial, has been an important thread in Japan's cultural and philosophical fabric. Artist Tokujin Yoshioka crystallized his reverence for his native tradition in a different form that sheds a new light on the art of tea in today's milieu. Images: Tokujin Yoshioka ...

TEA IS FOR TRAVEL: 29b Teahouse

WHERE: 29b Teahouse, New York This premium establishment was conceived by Tea Dealers, one of the few purveyors of pure non-blended roast teas in America. For those who are looking for an interlude between the exciting attractions and iconic museums in the bustling city, 29b Teahouse's ceramic-lined space can be ...