Sublime House Of Tea :Tea For Me Please

12.01.2014 UB City, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India

                                                                   Tea For Me Please

As UB City celebrated the Trousseau Week '14 last week to deliver the best of wedding planning with lavish outfits of vibrant hues,conceptualized by Uzma Irfan - Additional Director, Prestige Group & Founder, Sublime Galleria,we were in for our humble tea time,this Friday.

 The more I travel,the more I realize it takes toll on my body system so of late I have started drinking the very popular Green Tea as its known world over for the antioxidants that it has.I randomly pick up any from the supermarkets,not knowing which one is best or better,and my eyes constantly search for flavors which dilute the slightly bitter taste of Green tea.However there aren't many variants that I find myself trying and tasting,and even if I do,I am not sure how authentic are they!

I found Sublime House of Tea rather interesting with 12 flavors to make you happy.From sought after bouquets such as Green Tea, Assam Tea and English Breakfast to intriguing localized brews like Moroccan Mint, eclectic admixtures like White Tea with Raspberry and the complex flavors of herbal tisanes, you will find a tea with us to suit every palate and occasion.It is also where I got to know that The white tea is made from the first bud of winters and is better than green tea in terms of antioxidants.You can find Sublime House Of Tea at Big basket,cafe vendors,cafe noir and even small hotels.

There are several legends surrounding tea's origins, and no one is really sure how and when the practice of tea drinking began. All we know is that it started in China and was originally drunk for medicinal reasons. European merchants, especially the Portugese, discovered tea while trading with China in the 17th century and introduced it into their countries. Within the next few decades, tea became a household drink in most European nations across the social spectrum. In the United Kingdom it virtually was elevated to the position of an iconic national brew.
Today, tea is grown in many countries worldwide. While the most celebrated teas come from China, India, Sri Lanka and Japan, many other countries, from Russia to Argentina and Brazil to Mozambique, grow their own varietals.

That Nylon Dip that can be reused once more

Tea is Packed with health benefits

As good as she says, Uzma Irfan,Prestige Group

Sublime Galleria, located on the 8th Floor Sky Bridge of UB City, is India's first Sky Gallery, founded by Ms. Uzma Irfan – Director, Corporate Communications, Prestige Group. Known for its encouragement and support of the fine arts and the performing arts, Sublime holds exhibitions showcasing the talents of not only famous artists but also of up-and-coming artists.Strongly believing in the need to these artists, Uzma Irfan founded Sublime Galleria to help provide a platform for them to exhibit their work. She believes that fine art is an integral part of our rich culture and we should strive to keep these art forms vibrant and accessible to society.

Musical extravaganza celebrating Trousseau Week

That cold "Seventh Heaven",how heavenly does the name sound,isn't it?

Tea tastes so much better sans milk and sugar
And its healthier too

In the dip you can actually see the leaves,this one being green tea
In rose tea,you can actually see the rose petals in the dip.

Starting with Seventh Heaven flavor as cold tea which had a very distinct flavor,we tried the hot variants of green tea,moroccan mint (we called in for this as a choice because the name seemed fancy),jasmine mandarin,Assam tea,rose tea etc.The moroccan mint seems to have a very interesting aftertaste lingering onto your taste buds for quite some time.Two of my favorites were moroccan mint and Seventh heaven,very unusual of the tea taste we are adapted to,and would definitely recommend to my readers who are now bored of the usual Green tea otherwise.

Lakshmi- That content look on his face says it all @gingerchai

Let me figure out what the tea is about @Nithya David - Style Sisterz
In between her hidden tattoos and her passion for style that reflects in the neckpiece

These 'Make In India' macarons swept me off my feet! Really this quick was my expression.

'Make in India' for real.The tea that went pleasantly well with Macarons were actually handcrafted from Bangalore.These tasted so yummy that I was more than shocked to know they ain't being France imported by Cafe Noir.Wow!

Did you know?There are different methods of brewing different teas,

Tea and Macarons make a deadly combo,I must say!

All lit up,UB City..
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To know what I wore:Style.Ankionthemove

At the end, we were shown short movie demo by Audisee .Their tagline says "Go from Watching the movie to feeling the movie".Getting into the movie for Audisee means creating the science of perfect home cinema.This is where one does not merely watch a movie but feels all the hidden effects in the audio and visual contents of the movie.Backed by a team with more than 15 years of experience,The sound  of the demo clip was crisp and clear with calibration perfect from base and behind units.


  1. Looks like an entertaining event. Will look for this tea here.

  2. This looks like an amazing place; with the tea - wow :) Liked their Facebook page and will keep this in mind :D

  3. Such a fun outing! Lovely pictures! Moroccan mint tea is fabulous… they drink it very sweet though!


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