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Jasmine Phoenix Pearls (120g) Jasmine Phoenix Pearls are little hand-rolled jewels from Fujian province, China. Also known as Tai Chi Jasmine Pearls as it involves up to 7 times of continuous overlaying and flipping of green teas and jasmine flowers to induce the natural aroma into the tea.

Need to be brewed several times so that the little pearls open up slowly to yield a light champagne to golden colour with a wonderfully intoxicating jasmine flavour.
Jasmine Phoenix Pearls are little hand-rolled jewels from Fujian province, China. Also known as Tai Chi Jasmine Pearls as it involves up to 7 times of continuous overlaying and flipping of green teas and jasmine flowers to induce the natural aroma into the tea.

Need to be brewed several times so that the little pearls open up slowly to yield a light champagne to golden colour with a wonderfully intoxicating jasmine flavour.
Price HK$ 398.00
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Organic Osmanthus Oolong (120g) This tea is produced in Lishan, in one of the highest mountain perfect for oolong tea production in Taichung, Taiwan.

Grew at an altitude of 1,600 to 2,600, this region is renowned for its superior quality. The tea is brewed with osmanthus to create a fresher tasting note.
This tea is produced in Lishan, in one of the highest mountain perfect for oolong tea production in Taichung, Taiwan.

Grew at an altitude of 1,600 to 2,600, this region is renowned for its superior quality. The tea is brewed with osmanthus to create a fresher tasting note.
Price HK$ 588.00
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Classic Ripe Pu-erh (120g) This 10 years aged Pu-erh tea is made from Pu-erh assamica from trees over 100 years old (usually planted during the Ming and Qing Dynasty) in Yunnan Province, China.

Loose leaves also called Moacha would then be compressed into bricks or other heavy weights, a Ming Dynasty-era practice to make transportation easier.

An acquired taste for most, it is one of the most difficult Chinese teas to appreciate and are considered more premium and nutritious.
This 10 years aged Pu-erh tea is made from Pu-erh assamica from trees over 100 years old (usually planted during the Ming and Qing Dynasty) in Yunnan Province, China.

Loose leaves also called Moacha would then be compressed into bricks or other heavy weights, a Ming Dynasty-era practice to make transportation easier.

An acquired taste for most, it is one of the most difficult Chinese teas to appreciate and are considered more premium and nutritious.
Price HK$ 398.00
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Chamomile Reverie (120g) A blend of floral tea using two types of Chamomile, Thousand Red, Sakura, Jasmine tea and blend of white tea leaves.

The white tea tends to be rather light and crisp with a fruity and sweet aftertaste which combines with different floral notes.

Considered a tea with many health benefits, offering a warm and soothing effect.
A blend of floral tea using two types of Chamomile, Thousand Red, Sakura, Jasmine tea and blend of white tea leaves.

The white tea tends to be rather light and crisp with a fruity and sweet aftertaste which combines with different floral notes.

Considered a tea with many health benefits, offering a warm and soothing effect.
Price HK$ 398.00
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Signature X.O. Sauce by Chef Hung Chi-Kwong Chef Hung Chi-Kwong recreates this century long Chinese condiment with his home-made recipe created from years of experience. Each jar contains a decadent combination of dried shrimps, conpoy and Yunnan ham; seasoned with shallots and garlic before being preserved in a hot chili oil.

Rùn the One-Michelin Star restaurant led by Chef Hung Chi-Kwong, presents a contemporary tale on classic Chinese cuisine. Rùn is set in a modern setting inspired by the architecture of a traditional Chinese tea pavilion, guests can enjoy the view of the city in a warm and cozy atmosphere. Chef Hung has crafted a sophisticated menu sourcing seasonal and quality ingredients to create delicate and innovative dishes. The menu showcases the gastronomic mastery of Chef Hung’s decades of knowledge and experience.
Chef Hung Chi-Kwong recreates this century long Chinese condiment with his home-made recipe created from years of experience. Each jar contains a decadent combination of dried shrimps, conpoy and Yunnan ham; seasoned with shallots and garlic before being preserved in a hot chili oil.

Rùn the One-Michelin Star restaurant led by Chef Hung Chi-Kwong, presents a contemporary tale on classic Chinese cuisine. Rùn is set in a modern setting inspired by the architecture of a traditional Chinese tea pavilion, guests can enjoy the view of the city in a warm and cozy atmosphere. Chef Hung has crafted a sophisticated menu sourcing seasonal and quality ingredients to create delicate and innovative dishes. The menu showcases the gastronomic mastery of Chef Hung’s decades of knowledge and experience.
Price HK$ 388.00
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Organic Osmanthus Oolong (40g) This tea is produced in Lishan, in one of the highest mountain perfect for oolong tea production in Taichung, Taiwan.

Grew at an altitude of 1,600 to 2,600, this region is renowned for its superior quality. The tea is brewed with osmanthus to create a fresher tasting note.
This tea is produced in Lishan, in one of the highest mountain perfect for oolong tea production in Taichung, Taiwan.

Grew at an altitude of 1,600 to 2,600, this region is renowned for its superior quality. The tea is brewed with osmanthus to create a fresher tasting note.
Price HK$ 280.00
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Jasmine Phoenix Pearls (40g) Jasmine Phoenix Pearls are little hand-rolled jewels from Fujian province, China. Also known as Tai Chi Jasmine Pearls as it involves up to 7 times of continuous overlaying and flipping of green teas and jasmine flowers to induce the natural aroma into the tea.

Need to be brewed several times so that the little pearls open up slowly to yield a light champagne to golden colour with a wonderfully intoxicating jasmine flavour.
Jasmine Phoenix Pearls are little hand-rolled jewels from Fujian province, China. Also known as Tai Chi Jasmine Pearls as it involves up to 7 times of continuous overlaying and flipping of green teas and jasmine flowers to induce the natural aroma into the tea.

Need to be brewed several times so that the little pearls open up slowly to yield a light champagne to golden colour with a wonderfully intoxicating jasmine flavour.
Price HK$ 240.00
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Classic Ripe Pu-Erh (40g) This 10 years aged Pu-erh tea is made from Pu-erh assamica from trees over 100 years old (usually planted during the Ming and Qing Dynasty) in Yunnan Province, China.

Loose leaves also called Moacha would then be compressed into bricks or other heavy weights, a Ming Dynasty-era practice to make transportation easier.

An acquired taste for most, it is one of the most difficult Chinese teas to appreciate and are considered more premium and nutritious.
This 10 years aged Pu-erh tea is made from Pu-erh assamica from trees over 100 years old (usually planted during the Ming and Qing Dynasty) in Yunnan Province, China.

Loose leaves also called Moacha would then be compressed into bricks or other heavy weights, a Ming Dynasty-era practice to make transportation easier.

An acquired taste for most, it is one of the most difficult Chinese teas to appreciate and are considered more premium and nutritious.
Price HK$ 240.00
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Chamomile Reverie (40g) A blend of floral tea using two types of Chamomile, Thousand Red tea, Sakura, Jasmine tea and blend of white tea leaves.

The white tea tends to be rather light and crisp with a fruity and sweet aftertaste which combines with different floral notes.

Considered a tea with many health benefits, offering a warm and soothing effect.
A blend of floral tea using two types of Chamomile, Thousand Red tea, Sakura, Jasmine tea and blend of white tea leaves.

The white tea tends to be rather light and crisp with a fruity and sweet aftertaste which combines with different floral notes.

Considered a tea with many health benefits, offering a warm and soothing effect.
Price HK$ 240.00
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Additional Offer
Buy any Chinese New Year Pudding and add either an X.O. Sauce for a price of HKD240 or any tea pack (Jasmine Phoenix Pearls, Classic Ripe Pu-erh or Chamomile Reverie) for a price of HKD258
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Selection of delectable treats and festive gifts from One-Michelin Starred restaurant Rùn created by Chef Hung Chi Kwong.

Pick up location: 2/F Rùn, The St. Regis Hong Kong, One Harbour Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Contact: +852 2138 6808 / [email protected]
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