Sunday, November 4, 2018

Paloma Tea House, Cheras

This serene sanctuary specialises in single-origin Japanese and Chinese tea sourced straight from the farms: For sips that soothe, select one of Paloma Tea House's eight green tea varietals, three white teas, three black teas or seven oolongs to brew at your table - the Wong siblings who run this tea room will happily help guide you to choose a tea that lives up to your preferences and explain how best to brew and enjoy the beverage (RM10-RM23 per pot). Nitro cold brew tea (RM12-RM18, with six types offered, such as Yun Wu Green Tea and Mandarin Puer) and tea lattes (RM13 for the oolong) are available too.

For a comprehensive tea experience, Paloma also serves intriguing tea-inspired snacks - smooth jelly in delicate lapsang souchong and tie guan yin flavours, as well as fresh cha croissants, concealing a rich core of green tea cream, and chocolaty cha truffles dusted with green tea.

Paloma Tea House
25-1, Jalan Dataran Cheras 2, Dataran Perniagaan Cheras, Cheras, Selangor. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-9pm. Tel: 03-9547-9455

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6 comments:

  1. I'm a coffee person so I'll sit this one out. LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: maybe it’s time for tea! :)

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  2. I've yet to learn how to appreciate tea...especially Chinese tea! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: me too - i’d like to go in-depth into how to recognise the different variations :)

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  3. I don't drink coffee and not really fancy tea (Western style tea), so my choice always goes to Japanese tea or light flavoured Chinese tea such as Jasmine.

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