Published on : Friday, August 9, 2019
The natural health benefits and nourishing qualities of honey are now brought to fresh from Yunnan Province, the lush, verdant lands rich with bio-diversity and with vast areas untouched by modern development. The honey afternoon tea serves treats inspired by and blended with honey from Shangri-la, Yunnan Province, where flowers blossom in all seasons. Shangri-la is the origin for a variety of top-quality honey. Produced amid the outstanding beauty of Shangri-la, the honey has a natural floral scent, offering a rich flavour and a long-lasting yet refreshing aftertaste.
This August, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai introduces a Honey Afternoon Tea, where the outstanding Yunnan honey is integrated into afternoon tea dishes. Lively in style and rich in colours, the program aims to provide a wonderful experience for all food enthusiasts seeking top-quality dishes.
In particular, the team is proud to introduce two distinctive customised cakes: lemon drizzle cakes with wild flower honey and dundee cake with sweet chaste berry honey. The wild flower honey consists a very sweet taste alongside a slight flavour of tart cherry and a wonderful floral aftertaste. The sweet chaste berry honey is mildly sweet with a subtle lemon tartness, which is suitable for desserts as well as complementing coffee and tea.
Beside the cakes, an element of honey can also be seen in the savouries as well. The honey glazed ham with red onion relish pretzel for example, has a special flavour after combining both sweetness and savoury tastes together into a single dish.
Honey Afternoon Tea is presented with a joint effort by Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai and SCHOOL NOW, a Shanghai-based magazine focused primarily on elite education. A beautiful stationery gift, provided by SCHOOL NOW, will be offered to all guests who book afternoon tea for two persons throughout August.
Source:- Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts