MaArTEA Talks at Salon de Ning

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A side event during the three-day MaArte Fair 2017 at the third floor Gallery of The Peninsula Manila is MaArTEA Talks at Salon de Ning – a series of 90-minute talks co-hosted by León Gallery where select business owners will offer entrepreneurial tips and insights on their enterprises and how these have helped support local communities.

August 11, 2017

3:00 pm

Len Cabili (Filip + Inna), Natalya Lagdameo (natalya lagdameo) and Al Valenciano (Balay ni Atong)

Philippine heritage advocates in fashion, jewelry and traditional textiles.

August 12, 2017

3:00 pm

Jamir Ocampo (Tsaa Laya)

August 13, 2017

3:00 pm

Oscar Mejia (Oscar Mejia Artisan Fragrances)

Perfumer utilizing Philippine florals and herbaceous plants for unique home scents and perfumes. Social entrepreneur and tea purveyor specializing in Philippine herbal infusions and teas.

Throughout the month of August, there’s an even better reason to enjoy Afternoon Tea at The Lobby, especially if one has a craving for a little “me time” with a philanthropic twist. Executive PastryChef Xavier Castello and his team have created the MaArTEA Afternoon Tea inspired by the scents, colors and textures of Philippine-made treasures from MaArte Fair 2017 that will be held at the third floor Gallery of The Peninsula Manila from August 11 to 13, 2017.

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Delicious nibbles from the MaArTEA Afternoon Tea set include classic sampaguita macarons and jasmine tea-infused ganache tartlets; mango cheesecake pouches and caramel millefeuilles; feta-spinach sundried tomato quiches; Pamora chicken salad with celery, truffle aioli and arugula; Parma ham, olive tapenade and confit tomato sandwiches; Smoked salmon, dill cream cheese and lemon jam and many others.

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Making the MaArTEA Afternoon Tea extra special are a selection of organic MaArTEAs, including flowery Sampaguita Pearl by da.u.de and subtle Coco Mélange from the rice terraces of Ifugao and robust Sagada Tips harvested from the slopes of the Cordilleras, both produced by Tsaa Laya.

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For more information, call the Museum Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. at (02) 697 9509 or (02) 404 2685 or send an e-mail to: inquiry@museumfoundationph.org. You may also follow @maartefair at Facebook and Instagram or visit their website: http://www.museumfoundationph.org.

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Stay hungry,

thehungrychef

Nathaniel Uy

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