Are you a tea enthusiast always looking to try new chais and lattes in Dubai? Look no further. The Korean Blossom Tea Season is offering a great opportunity to tea lovers to enjoy delectable cups of uniquely blended Korean tea for free.
The programme - sponsored by Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corporation and put together by K-Food - will take place in Habtoor Grand Resort, The Address Boulevard, and La Farine Cafe and Bakery at JW Marriott from the 24th of October to the 23rd of November and will offer a wide array of Korean teas known to boost overall wellbeing.
The promotion has been developed to introduce exquisite Korean teas as part of the newly launched menus at the three 5-star hotels.
XX said, “This is a wonderful opportunity to indulge in some delicious teas and make the most of the Korean Blossom Tea Season which is about to kick off in Dubai. Korean teas are known for their anti-inflammatory properties and are chock full of antioxidants.
They can be enjoyed by adults and children alike thanks to their low caffeine levels. Plus, they come in a variety of savory flavors and colors so you can choose your favorites. Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corporation is playing a pivotal role in bringing the Korean tea culture to the UAE. I truly believe that tea brings calm and joy into our lives by allowing us beautiful moments to connect with family and friends. They also help us focus and de-stress.”
After enjoying your cup of tea, simply scan the QR code and share your feedback on your preferred tea flavour to get a chance to win a one-night stay and an afternoon tea for two in one of the three participating five-star hotels.
Korean teas are not only made with leaves, but also from flowers, fruits, grains, beans, seeds, roots, shoots, and barks. These teas are enjoyed for their taste as well as for their herbal and medicinal properties.
In the UAE, there is growing awareness about various teas and their health benefits. People are increasingly looking towards fruit and herbal teas as alternatives to boost their immune systems. According to market research firm Euromonitor International, consumers in the UAE currently drink 15,542 tonnes of tea in a year.