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Hello, is it tea you’re looking for? Finding a suitable wedding favour or corporate gift on behalf of your organisation can be a perennial headache. Well, have some positivi-tea because there’s nothing tea can’t solve! Almost everyone loves tea and a personalised tea sachet or artisanal tea blend could be a nifty edible favour or the most appreciated present – you’d bring a morning smile to your gift recipient’s face through a cup of delicious tea along with jolly memories! You can’t buy happiness, but you can definitely buy tea and we feel that’s kind of the same. Read on because we might just have the solution to your potential gift disasters with our fuss-free ideas.

1. Nilufer Tea

If you are looking for quality organic herbal tea, then Nilufer Tea may be the thing you are looking for. With ethical sourcing of ingredients that are free of pesticides, Nilufer Tea has created various delicious blends of tea. Ranging from Rose Paradise, which is a subtly-sweet tea with light notes of rose, to Floral Blossom, a concoction of beautiful flowers and herbs such as lavender and lemongrass, you can surely find something to satisfy your taste buds and soothe your mind.

2. Allerines Premium Tea

Image cred: Favor Atelier


Image cred: Favor Atelier


Allerines Premium Tea is all about high-quality blended teas that are pleasing to the palate and delightful to the senses. From fruit to herbal teas, all blends are packed in loose-leaf pyramid sachets for convenient, quick brews.

Allerines collaborates with Favor Atelier, a wedding favours provider based in Singapore, to provide the perfect blend for your par-tea. Choose to package your desired tea in beautiful metal tins or minimalistic paper boxes with your event details, personal message and all the trimmings.

 3. Collaboration Tea

Need a favour that’s customisable and memorable? Look no further because Collaboration Tea supplies premium tea with inspirational quotes and custom-made, resealable tea pouches. The local tea maker believes that with inspiration tagged unto each tea sachet, the words will provide a little boost and uplift you and those around you. The best part? All sachets are packed at random, so you’re in for a surprise quote each time you steep a cup of tea! And of course, with customisation, feel free to add any quote that’s close to your heart on the tag.

 4. Ette Tea

Ette Tea brews together tradition and taste with their unique, high-quality tea blends. In sleek metal tins, these tea sets make great gifts due to their modern and sophisticated aesthetics. Ette Tea originates from the culturally-diverse Singapore,  so you can expect teas in the flavours of local foods such as Ice Kachang, Pandan Chiffon, Nasi Lemak and even Chicken Rice from this local tea artisan.

Not your cup of tea? Ette also offers classic favourites such as Earl Grey, Nanyang Breakfast and more. With their great assortment of classic and experimental teas (plus cute tea names), you’d be spoilt for choice and we guarantee that there will be a flavour-packed hit for everyone. Be glad to know that customised tea baskets, hampers and mini mix sets are available for purchase as gifts – we think these make great presents for the office!

 5. The 1872 Clipper Tea Co.

Image cred: The 1872 Clipper Co.

Image cred: The 1872 Clipper Co.


With customisation and private labelling, The 1872 Clipper Tea Co. has served as tea tailor to some of the finest companies in Singapore. Think Raffles Hotel, Standard Chartered, UOB and more! From customised tea blends to personalised packaging, you can count on Clipper as a trusty ol’ tea brand with great service and fabulous product offerings. Imagine your favourite tea blend in bespoke tea bags with you and your partner’s name, or company’s logo on it. We’re sold.

 6. TWG

A luxury-steeped, old-world tea salon, TWG offers luxurious customisable tea sets for special occasions, or just one of life’s magical moments. Though it comes at a heftier price tag, you’ll get to curate up to 5 tins of tea in TWG’s swoon-worthy packaging of chic tea sleeves and gift boxes. Perfect for the boss or colleague who loves the finer things in life.


Tea is always a good idea and we hope the mentioned tea brands and respective gift sets have provided you with some help. Now, drink a cup of tea because it’s the finest solution to nearly every catastrophe and conundrum that your gift-giving headache may bring. Oh, and did we tell you we have customised porcelain tea cups now? Shop here for a tea-rrific add-on to your gift.

Appreciation is the cornerstone to a great relationship with your other half. Practise sincere appreciation on a regular basis and chances are, you’ll receive it back in spades! Grand romantic gestures may get all the credit when it comes to being an appreciative partner but the little things also represent important attempts to establish intimacy and show appreciation. For some people, showing emotions and gratefulness may be challenging for them, because they may simply be too shy or they are not used to expressing themselves. Regardless of your personality, here are some incredibly easy tips to guide you through the ways of letting your partner know how much you appreciate them. After all, you can never have too many tools in your box when it comes to building happy and healthy relationships.

1. Pay attention

We are a time-deprived society. In the hustle and bustle of life, you might not have made time to connect and talk. Unplug from your devices, sit down with your partner and provide them with your undivided attention over a delicious brew. If your spouse tells you about his or her crummy day because of the rain, you could prepare warm tea and have it ready when they get home. It’s a telling token that demonstrates you listened well and appreciated what they said. If you are wondering what types of tea are good for the intimate moment, consider Nilufer Tea’s Rose Paradise or the Orange & Chamomile. They will be a joy to your senses.

2. Smile

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What you don’t say is as powerful as what you do say too. Another way to show your partner appreciation is to look at them and simply smile. It takes seconds to do so and it’s free! We’re sure that there will never be a single smile that won’t melt your partner’s mushy little heart. When you smile, it says in motion that you’re grateful and happy for having them in your life.

3. Hug


Never underestimate the power of the human touch; it’s a basic human need. It tells your partner that you love them, plus it could also calm an argument (if any) in the process. No matter the intent of your affection, physical touch conveys appreciation in the manner a smile can. Not a fan of hugs? You can also squeeze their hand, place your hand on their back or kiss!

4. Give little gifts

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Inexpensive, handmade gifts will be treasured because of the time and effort you’ve put forth into it. It doesn’t have to be crazily expensive; it just has to be something that you put thought in. It’s a timeless trend which comes straight from the heart. Fetching your partner from work, making them dinner or even taking out the trash could well be considered a ‘little gift’ as well. The possibilities are endless!

5. Say thank you

It may seem like common sense, but thank-yous are more than just manners and can be an incredible pair of words – especially if the person you are thanking really needs to hear those words or isn’t expecting to. The power of a simple ‘thank you’ acknowledges your partner’s value and promotes positive marital outcomes in the process. If you’re not one for thanking your partner in verbal form, engage in written gratitude and write out a thank you. Leave an encouraging note in their lunchbox or bag, just like how Mom used to do for you when you were a child.

Of course, the occasional lavish present and fancy romantic gesture will sweep your significant other’s feet away. But, we hope you’d learn to show your appreciation for them in the little things and in the little ways every single day to become a connoisseur of your own partner!


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