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Marco Polo’s Signature Iced Tea

Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s ridiculously refreshing and utterly delicious Earl Grape Iced Tea, celebrates its one-year since it satisfied many guests with its good taste.

The modern take on a traditional recipe was first unveiled in the International Iced Tea Day on June 10, 2016. It was the winning drink by Marco Polo Xiamen, as Marco Polo and Niccolo hotels competed on who could make the most unique and refreshing iced tea concoction.

The iced tea is poured over green grapes with Elderflower-infused ice cubes

Earl Grey tea was selected for its citrus flavor as it matches perfectly with the grapes. It also re-enforces the link between East and West —like Marco Polo himself—as Earl Grey had been used by the British since the early 19th century to imitate the more expensive types of Chinese tea that was difficult to attain back then.

The amount of care and detail that goes into creating each Earl Grape Iced Tea drink can only be surpassed by its taste. Cold Earl Grey tea provides the base of the beverage and is poured over seedless green grapes and elderflower-infused ice cubes.  The grapes are slightly pressed so the combination of flavors can meld together, completing the thirst-quenching drink hailed by many as the perfect summer refreshment.

Earl Grape Iced Tea

Every Earl Grape Iced Tea is presented with a freshly baked lokum or Turkish delight.  The sugar-based confection is the perfect accompaniment to the Earl Grape Iced Tea, as it helps to accentuate the various flavors resulting from the beverage.

Guests may experience the refreshing beverage in all hotel dining experiences and through in-room dining. This drink is also available in all Marco Polo and Niccolo hotels. 

To know more about the hotel, visit www.marcopolohotels.com. Follow the Hotel in Facebook at facebook.com/MarcoPoloOrtigasManila or @MarcoPoloManila on Twitter or Instagram.

Topics: Marco Polo Ortigas , Signature Iced Tea , Earl Grape Iced Tea
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