Some people enjoy the elaborate rituals that surround a Christmas feast. There's plenty of brining, roasting, and slow-cooking involved, but if time isn't on your side, don't be afraid to take a few shortcuts. In fact, there are times where you'll do best to let go and leave it to the pros. 

Looking for some sweet treats to line your Christmas table? Luxe tea brand TWG Tea has rolled out a slew of festive goodies that make for the perfect sweet ending to every Christmas feast. 


Log Cakes 

TWG Christmas offerings

TWG's Executive Patisserie Chef Philippe Langlois has crafted two new yule logs for this season. Decadence comes in the form of a Red Christmas Tea infused mousse topped with a vibrant selection of exotic fruits. The addition of coconut shavings accent the tropical notes of this creation while white chocolate adds a creamy sweetness to this classic Christmas dessert. For a darker, more seductive treat, the chocolate mousse log cake is infused with Christmas Jewel Tea and pulls together layers of hazelnut cream and crunchy praline. 


Red Christmas Tea and Milk Chocolate Bonbon 

TWG Christmas offerings

Red tea is well known for being rich in antioxidants, but few are aware of how beautifully it pairs with chocolate. Imagine it infused in dark chocolate ganache, then finished with a crisp orange praline and milk chocolate glaze. Pairs perfectly with a cup of hot tea. 


Christmas Jewel Tea

TWG Tea Christmas Jewel Tea

A calming base of green tea and fragrant jasmine pearls is given a distinctly Christmas accent with festive spices and sweet orange. An unexpected touch comes with the liberal sprinkling of gold dust which comes to life each time a cup of tea is poured. Enjoy this warming brew while nibbling on Christmas Jewel Tea macarons filled with a spiced mandarin orange and orange marmalade heart. The tea tin is also nestled within a beautiful gift box that calls to mind jewellery boxes from the roaring '20s. 


TWG Tea Christmas collection is available at all TWG Tea locations in Singapore. For more information, cick here