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Enjoy some fine English and Indian tea at JW Lounge in Kolkata

Enjoy some fine English and Indian tea at JW Lounge in Kolkata

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 10 Sep 2019, 08:09 am

Kolkata, Sep 10 (IBNS): Missed lunch? Looking to have a bite after that afternoon long shopping spree? Want to meet friends over a cup of tea?

Head to JW Lounge in JW Marriott Hotel in Kolkata for a round of Afternoon Tea. 

You can choose from a selection of two varieties of TWG Tea and pair them with customised platters. 

TWG Tea is a brand of tea that offers over 1,000 single-estate, fine harvest, exclusive blends as well as tea patisseries and other tea-infused delicacies.

Options include Silver Moon, Moroccan Mint, Geisha Blossom, English Breakfast, Alfonso and Vanilla Bourbon.

The English platter or ‘English Charlee’ is a classic English hi-tea with continental-style flavors of ‘Baguette’, ‘Sandwiches’, ‘Quiches’, ‘Scones’ and a selection of seasonal pastries.

The ‘Indian Charlee’ is an Indian fusion option with flavors such as ‘Puchkas with Burrata Mousse’, ‘Dhokla sandwich’, ‘Great Indian toasties’, ‘Mascarpone Malai’, ‘Rose Imarti’, ‘Balushahi’ and ‘Samosa with truffle potatoes’.

Said Gaurav Singh, General Manager, JW Marriott Kolkata, “We are delighted to introduce JW Lounge Afternoon Tea to create a perfect ambiance for any meeting, business or casual.”

Price for two is pegged at Rs 950 all inclusive (regular coffee and tea and any one Charlee), and Rs 1250 all inclusive (with two cups of TWG and any one Charlee).

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