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(Left) Tea blending by AnTea Social. (Right) Kenny Leong, tea practitioner.

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(Left) Flowering tea made from bundled up tea leaves and flowers which unfolds into a blooming flower when steeped. (Right) Four varietals of WuYi Rock Essence tea that’s used by Fort Sanctuary to walk guests through the layers of tasting notes associated with fine teas.

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Vincent Low, founder of YiXing Xuan TeaHouse.

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A tea appreciation session at YiXing Xuan TeaHouse.

Chinese Tea is Back in Vogue

Traditional and modern tea practitioners are bringing Chinese tea appreciation back in vogue
Sep 27, 2019 5:50 AM

ANTEA SOCIAL ISN'T your typical cafe. Devoid of the noise of espresso machines, the menu features only unblended tea leaves, like oolong infused with essential oils by a Nantou-based tea maker, and artisanal Pouchong from Pinglin. They are served hot in a set consisting of a ceramic pot, timer,

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