If you’re a caffeine addict but prefer sipping on English Breakfast than a cuppa, then you definitely have to check out our city’s first ever tea festival, happening at Ion Orchard on 22 and 23 July in conjunction with the annual Singapore Food Festival. Organised by local heritage tea retailer The 1872 Clipper Tea Co., the highly anticipated festival aims to celebrate the beverage with a three-day affair showcasing a total of 17 home grown tea and lifestyle brands. Below, we present the four highlights to look out for at the festival.
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