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Published: Sunday April 6, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Thursday April 10, 2014 MYT 6:50:07 PM

Drink to pop yeh yeh

Boh’s limited edition teas to commemorate the Cameronian Arts Awards

Boh’s limited edition teas to commemorate the Cameronian Arts Awards

In conjunction with the 11th Cameronian Arts Awards, BOH Plantations and Kakiseni have released a range of limited edition BOH teas to reflect the theme this year, Pop Yeh Yeh.

There are three different designs to commemorate the icons who have greatly contributed to the era’s performing arts scene in Malaysia.

The three legendary icons are Allahyarham Tan Sri P. Ramlee (1929-1973), theatre doyen Krishen Jit (1939-2005) and Malaysian National Laureate Datuk (Dr) Usman Awang (1929-2001).

Each design has a picture of the legendary artist at the top of the cylinder with a description of their contributions to the performing arts industry written on the side.

Each canister holds 150g of Cameronian Gold blend tea, a smooth, pleasant and easy drinking tea with a light, slightly sweet, slightly citrusy flavour.

Attractively done in the pop art style in lacquer red and shades of blue, the tea canisters are worthy of collection.

They go on sale this month and while stocks last, and are priced at RM11.80 each.

Available at Mercato @ Pavilion as well as the BOH pop up store at the entrance of Pavilion from April 14 to 27.

For more information on the BOH Cameronian Arts Awards, please visit www.kakiseni.com.

Tags / Keywords: Lifestyle, Food, Boh tea, pop yeh yeh, Cameronian Arts Awards

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