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In today’s hyper-connected world, tea is a way for people to enjoy a moment of calm focus, away from distraction. After water, the world consumes more tea than any other drink, and among the vast array of teas on offer, JING is definitely the tea I turn to when I’m looking for a more traditional and luxurious experience.
To emphasise just how highly regarded JING is, it is served at more than 50 Michelin starred restaurants and hundreds of luxury hotels across the world.
JING, which means ‘essence’ in Chinese, defines the modern tea ceremony, an experience that absorbs the senses and refreshes and inspires the body and mind. Launched in 2004, the JING range of loose teas and whole leaf teabags includes authentic examples of Asia’s greatest teas, from China, Taiwan, Japan, India and Sri Lanka.
I recently stopped by Pont St at the gorgeous Belgraves London Hotel in Belgravia, London for a Festive Afternoon Tea with JING and was spoilt for choice from the seasonal spread – the food at Pont St never disappoints! The JING tea accompaniment was perfect – so light and delicate but also distinctive and flavoursome. JING certainly lived up to it’s reputation – my favourite JING tea was the Jasmine Pearls tea, which is a mix of spring green tea and jasmine flowers, and is both fragrant and relaxing.