Sébastien Serveau (France)
Former Pastry Chef of Hôtel Ritz Paris
Chef Patissier worked with Alain Ducasse in 2004 and took over the pastry chef position at The Ritz in Paris in 2010 under Chef Michel Roth’s leadership and then moved to Dalloyau house. He is now the Director and co-founder of Salon de thé “Nougat Tea'N.”
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Oct 1st (Thu), Oct 2nd (Fri) - Afternoon Tea -
Time: From 1:00 p.m. Venue: The Lobby Lounge (45F) Price: ¥7,000 (tax & service charge excluded)
Accompanied with Dammann Frères tea selection
Oct 3rd (Sat) - Chocolate Buffet Afternoon Tea -
Time: From 1:00 p.m. Venue: The Lobby Lounge (45F) Price: ¥10,000 (tax & service charge excluded)
Chocolate creations by Bruno Le Derf and Sebastien Serveau accompanied with Dammann Frères tea selection
Oct 4th (Sun)
- Champagne Perrier-Jouët Afternoon Tea –
Time: From 1:00 p.m. Venue: The Lobby Lounge (45F) Price: ¥12,000 (tax & service charge excluded)
Including 2 hours free flow of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut
Famous for its true artistic heritage and detail oriented craftsmanship spirits, Perrier-Jouët holds two centuries of winemaking expertise that has been handed down from generation to generation.
Founded by Pierre-Nicolas Jouët and Adèle Jouët in “The year of the comet” in 1811, Perrier-Jouët is built from their own big house with wine cellar located in the heart of world’s famous champagne region, Epernay, France.
With only 7 Cellar Masters over the last 200 years, Hervé Deschamps became the 7th Perrier-Jouët Cellar master appointed in 1993, guiding Perrier-Jouët to continue to produce the world’s most artistic champagne.
Senior Brand Ambassador, Perrier-Jouët
In 1692, King Louis XIV granted to Monsieur Damman the exclusive privilege of selling tea in France. This is the beginning of a long history that led Dammann Frères to establish the leadership in the tea trade industry of the country. Today, Dammann Frères counts over 300 hundreds of exclusive selection of tea whose flavour attract tea lovers with quality and tradition.