Going pink in support of breast cancer awareness

Sofitel’s Pink October afternoon tea set with sweet and savoury treats in hues of pink.

SOFITEL Kuala Lumpur Damansara has collaborated with Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia (BCWA) to highlight the latter’s fundraising campaign to raise awareness and educate on breast cancer in conjunction with Pink October.

Sofitel’s Pink October afternoon tea set, curated specially to support the cause, is available at Le Bar Cocktails and Stories until Oct 31, from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

According to BCWA, one in 20 women in Malaysia are at risk of having breast cancer. Education and early detection can save lives, while the right support can markedly improve the quality of life of those affected.

The themed afternoon tea offers an ensemble of delicacies imbued with French expertise and aesthetics by the hotel’s chefs.

To highlight the campaign’s significance, most of the sweet and savoury treats have been crafted in pink hues to symbolise femininity and support towards the cause.

The menu contains a blend of redefined classic recipes and chic French-inspired modern fusions.

These include Ispahan Macarons finely crafted with flavours extracted from the Ispahan flower, glazed Raspberry Financier containing essence of rose, chocolate sphered Pink Forest with a cherry mousse and a striking Pink Lady with Earl Grey Infused Apple Compote.

The Pink October afternoon tea set is priced at RM138 for two persons, and RM10 from each order will be channelled to BCWA to support its awareness campaigns.

The set is also available for takeaway and delivery via www.sofilicious.sofitelkldamansara.com

For reservations, call 03-2720 6699 or email HA123-FB2@sofitel.com

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