Tea with a brush of inspiration

Star Media Group Events Business Unit assistant general manager Corinne Chieng (left) and Wong together with some of the herbal infusions which participants will receive during the Chinese calligraphy workshop in Menara Star, Petaling Jaya.

ALL participants attending the Chinese calligraphy workshop at Menara Star in Section 16, Petaling Jaya on Jan 19 and 20 will receive two boxes of caffeine-free herbal tea infusions by Rhymba Hills.

Each box contains 20 sachets of individually packed herbal infusions which are sugar-free and also made from natural products found locally.

“All our ingredients are sourced locally as our country is blessed with an abundance of natural plants such as lemongrass and pandan, for example.

“This is with the exception of turmeric which I get from India and cinnamon from Sri Lanka,” said founder Ciinndey Wong.

She said her products were meant to give consumers health benefits, like the Java Tea blend. 

Wong hopes more Malaysians will know there are healthier alternative beverages to consume any time of day compared with caffeinated drinks or those high in sugar.

Not a caffeine lover herself, Wong was inspired to create these herbal infusions after going through a health crisis of her own when she learned of these herbal infusions.

Participants will also be able to redeem tea samples worth RM8, using a cash voucher which can be found in the goodie bag given out at the workshop.

This workshop will be divided into four sessions, and participants can choose to attend either the 9am to 1pm or 2pm to 6pm slot.

For details, call 03-7967 1388 ext 1432/1186.

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