1819 is a whimsical play of ingredients, infusing Sir Stamford Raffles’ British heritage with Singapore’s multicultural food scene. Made with natural oils of Calabrian Bergamot, Ginger Flower, and high grown Ceylon tea, it brews into a refreshing brisk of Pamplemousse.
The smooth winey profile of this blend emanates from the impeccable marriage of the finest 10-year vintage Pu Erh with Tibetan Winter Chrysanthemum and Osmanthus flowers. A non-caffeinated brew that is popularly paired with Dim Sum served in restaurants along Chinatown.
Liquid gold blend of Lapsang Souchong and Assam black tea is peppered with scents reminiscent of Collyer Quay’s early days. The exotic flavor then delicately morphs into flowery layers of Lavender, Rose and Rosemary, evocative of the modernized, urban street.
Lush floral serenity of the Ginger Garden at Singapore's Botanic Gardens is brewed into this tea at the very first sip. Its key ingredient, Ginger Flower, is widely used in Asian cuisines to infuse an aromatic orient mystic to flavorful creations.