Last Saturday, we went to the Lipton Thoughts and Teas 2 event held by Lipton Philippines. We had a tea party with other food bloggers at one of my favorite restaurants, Paul Calvins Deli in Forbes Heights, Bonifacio Global City.
Chef Rose Bud was our host for the event and she taught us a lot of new recipes of appreciating the greatness of tea. Yes! I’m not a food blogger, but as everyone knows, I’m a super fan of tea.
There were tons of cookies, cupcakes, tarts and stuff in the tea party.
The tea pots were also very cute! I was trying to resist the urge of stealing one of these teapots and take them home. I’m even risking the fact that I could get banned for it.
We had a tea making contest wherein we were ask to make out own tea and have the chef judge on whose combinations were the best and she gets to win a price.
Jepoy and RJ were a riot and made some disgusting looking tea, on which, I was the taste tester. When I tasted their tea, I realized how much it really sucks to have them as friends.
And at the end of the mixing of this and that, I arrived an a lame tasting Honey Apple Tea in a cute blue mug, on which I got to take home after, for the effort of making tea. See? I had a picture with Chef Rosebud before she tasted my lame tea mix. (I stole this blurred picture here).
Bea won the tea she never tasted, but I got to taste that super yummy tea! Now I have gained back my confidence! I thought I would lose my sense of taste when I tasted Jepoy and RJ’s tea. I do not know what she mixed in there. The ingredients were too many to remember.
At the end of the day, I got freebies! An entire box of Lipton tea, a sugar stirrer, almond and vanilla syrups.
Thanks Lipton Philippines to the yummy and fun experience!
PS: You can find the rest of the photos I took of this event in my Lipton Thoughts and Teas set.