Review: Danger Close Beverage Company (Singapore)
Sparkling Craft Tea
The artisanal sparkling tea from Danger Close Beverage Company fizzles just like good champagne, and not overly gassy like a soda. Available in a handful of flavours. Extremely refreshing.
Lady Grey is brewed from Lapsang Souchong (a Chinese black tea) tea leaves with citrus and lemon peels. It doesn’t taste like Chinese tea at all. Instead, it tastes like Earl Grey tea – a nice glass of bubbling Earl Grey tea. Easy on the palates.
Chinois is a sparkling tea brewed from Lychee Red Tea. It has a mildly sweet taste coming from lychee, dried fruits and honey. Sweet, easy to drink, refreshingly good. Highly recommended.
Camellia is a delicious sparkling red tea brew from Camellia Sinensis red tea leaves from Indonesia. Hints of warm spices and milk chocolate.
Renowned Unknown Fragrance (Bu Zhi Xiang)
Renowned Unknown Fragrance (Bu Zhi Xiang) is a unique blend of Oolong tea leaves from a century-old tea merchant Pek Sin Choon in Singapore. The bottled version of this tea is bubbly. Bu Zhi Xiang is very fragrant and light. This is my personal favourite.
1. Earl grey
2. Lychee tea
3. Osmanthus oolong
4. Oolong tea
Cold Brew Coffee
Besides sparkling tea, Danger Close Beverage Company serves coffee too.
Abyss Cold Brew Coffee
This cold brew coffee has a nice roasty flavour. Pretty good.
1. Cold brew coffee
Location: Danger Close Beverage Company