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Fortnum's Tea Tuk in Hong Kong

Beep Beep! Fortnum's Hong Kong Tea Truck Lands in Hong Kong


Setting up a new shop and restaurant is thirsty work – and so to celebrate Fortnum & Mason’s arrival in Victoria Dockside’s K11 MUSEA this November, our Tea Tuk will be roaming around Hong Kong for the next few weeks, serving our favourite drink to all who seek it out. Join us to toast a cup of our most famous tea of all, our Royal Blend, our delicate and refreshing Countess Grey, and a selection of contemporary infusions too, all paired with tea’s most famous friend, the biscuit (baked to a traditional Fortnum’s recipe).

If you're in Hong Kong over the next few weeks, keep an eye out around the following locations and times below*. Alternatively, look out for any happy looking people clutching some #FortnumsTea…

*Subject to change

North Point (12-6pm, 22nd October)

Causeway Bay – Pak Sha Street (4-8pm, 22nd October)

Kwun Tong (12-4pm, 23rd October)

Causeway Bay – Great George Street (4-8pm, 23rd October)

Tseung Kwan O (12-4pm, 24th October)

Causeway Bay – Pak Sha Street (4-8pm, 24th October)

Wong Chuk Hang (12-4pm, 25th October)

Causeway Bay – Great George St (4-8pm, 25th October)

Chai Wan (12-4pm, 28th October)

Causeway Bay – Pak Sha Street (4-8pm, 28th October)

Wan Chai (12-8pm, 29th October)

Quarry Bay – One Island East & Hoi Kwong Street (12-8pm, 30th October)

Central – Prince’s Building (12-8pm, 31st October)

Central – Wyndham Street (12-8pm, 1st November)

K11 MUSEA (12-8pm, 2nd-11th November)

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