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8-min walk from Exit C, Hong Kong MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
98215501
Opening Hours
Today
14:00 - 01:00
Mon - Sat
14:00 - 01:00
Sun
16:00 - 01:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash AE UnionPay
Other Info
Wi-Fi
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine
Cake-cutting
Phone Reservation
Delivery
10% Service Charge
Outdoor Seating
Review (4)
Level4 2020-05-23
2018 views
There are many bars in Central but Tell Camellia is like no other. Located in the chic and trendy H Code, they serve tea-focused drinks, with a series of cocktails named after different countries and a few "tea and tonics". I had three different drinks, "Australia", "Kenya" and a "Teapresso" (International Tea Day special). The Australia is like an Old-Fashioned with a twist, with yalangi raintea, clarified strawberry, Tim Tam and blue cheese. Despite the Tim Tam it wasn't sweet and it didn't have the pungent taste of blue cheese, but was just interestingly complex yet harmonious. My other favourite was Kenya, which was based on aged rum and had marinyn tea, banana wine sweet potato, egg white and honey. Although the server warned me that it would be quite filling, I didn't find it to be that way at all. It was a mix of sweet and sour and kind of rich-tasting, and I especially liked the sweet potato flavour which one rarely finds in a cocktail. Finally, the Teapresso was basically an espresso martini but with tea and malted cocoa instead of coffee. It was slightly bitter but aromatic, and I really appreciated the foam with pistachio dust on top. As is usual at bars, service was friendly, and the place/ambience was casual yet refined. Each drink (other than the special of the day) costs $110, which is really quite reasonable in the heart of Central. Would recommend this place to everyone who enjoys a post-work sip or casual night out with friends. continue reading
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Level2 2019-11-27
1852 views
Wonderful experience in this lovely and cozy spot away from the buzz of the city. Visited the spot on Wednesday night and it was the best way to spend the Mid-week-day ever! Highly recommend for small groups of people! Bring along your bestie and enjoy! The drink I had is called SriLanka and is a perfect fusion between the tea (yes, you’ve heard it right) and dry gin with a mix of coconut milk and some other magical substance!The bartender was so friendly and nice and patient . He has explained all the process of the cocktail preparation and was eager for a chit chat ! Lovely ! continue reading
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Level4 2019-11-25
928 views
What are teatails ? To make it simple it’s infused tea based cocktails. It is a pretty new and hot bar in HK now ! Small and cozy setting in a secret alley ! They have a small selection of teatails here. Each name after different locations, for example, japan, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Turkey & Kenya !I had ordered japan, which was a matcha based teatail and taiwan ! I think you will need to go try it yourself. As everyone have a very different taste buds for cocktails ! This tea infused whiskey smell very strong, but when you drink it... it’s very smooth without any alcohol flavor but a hint of tea aroma ! I am a whiskey lover and I think this is a very unique one ! continue reading
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Level4 2019-09-14
1315 views
A tea themed cocktail bar. I come for the levitating cocktail.The menu is simple, based on tea leaves from 5 different countries: Sri Lanka, Australia,Turkey, Japan, Kenya. Their Gin is homemade and distilled in the bar, so u might also wanna try their Tea & Tonic. My favourite is Kenya, maybe coz its Cylon tea, tastes light and refreshing, easy to drink. Service is great, all staff members are very friendly! Each drinks costs $95HKD. We Will be back for sure! continue reading
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