The blends are united by two sets of base ingredients:
Dried rose petals, to represent Shakespeare’s hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon.
A blend of food spices including black peppercorns and salt, to represent Singapore’s local food culture.
Cape of Good Hope (Africa – Black)
Red Tea, Butterfly Pea
Tasting notes : Hints of sweetness from the lychee fruit; a fragrant sweet tea with a curious hue, reminiscent of Kenyan purple tea.
Cape Horn (South America – Red)
Black Tea, Cocoa, Mint
Tasting notes: A robust, earthy, and woody body, topped with delightful cocoa truffle notes.
Strait of Malacca (Asia – Yellow)
Tasting notes: A heady fragrance of tangerine and orchid flowers with elegant tannins; woody and floral lingering aftertaste.
English Channel (Europe – Green)
English Breakfast Tea, Chamomile
Tasting notes: Rich and full-bodied flavour, but with a gentle soothing scent that provides mild relief.
Cape Leeuwin (Oceania – Blue)
Green Tea, Dried Fruit
Tasting notes: A refreshing, palate-cleansing wash of green paired with pleasant sour notes from the fruits.