Sweet treats for guests at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong with its own mono-floral honey

As part of its environmental responsibilities or Community Footprints, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong has joined hands with local beekeepers to raise awareness of the vital role bees play in our environment and to save the global bee population from the threat of Colony Collapse Disorder.

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, the tallest hotel in the world, has adopted a beehive at Bee’s Nest, giving hotel guests the opportunity to enjoy their pure honey in treats and spa treatments. The boutique bee farm specializes in producing premium mono-floral honey and guests will have the opportunity to learn more about these communities and take a private tour of Bee’s Nest bee farm where they will get to observe honey harvesting and learn about the urban farming movement in Hong Kong. For its excellent quality, the honey produced at Bee’s Nest was recognized as “Best Made in Hong Kong Product” by The Natural & Organic Products Asia Awards in 2014.

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At the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, the organic mono-floral honey will be served to guests in a ‘Honey Bee Afternoon Tea’ package and spa treatments like the ‘Milk and Honey Urban Spa Body Treatment’, both available from June.

Bee Sting CakeKnown for its Afternoon Tea experiences, the ‘Honey Bee Afternoon Tea’ will allow guests to savor the very first batch of honey – during the months of June and July – from the hotel’s own beehive at The Lounge & Bar. Executive Pastry Chef Richard Long has used this healthier, nutritious sweetener in a selection of treats which include Honey Scones, chocolate-honey ganache filled in the Longan Flower Honey Praline, a Bee Sting Cake, the Native Ivy Flower Honey Custard and the light and delicate Steamed Milk Custard topped with honey jelly. The honey has also been used in their Honey and Yoghurt Seafood Salad Sandwich and Honey Blue Cheese Tart with Glazed Walnut. The Afternoon tea experience is priced at HK$378 ($48) for one or $618 ($79) for two from Monday to Thursdays and HK$398 ($51) for one or $648 ($83) for two from Friday to Sunday.

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For some honey-licious pampering, The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA will offer a unique 80-minute Honey and Milk Urban Spa Body Treatment from June 1. The treatment will restore a fresh healthy glow to dry, tired skin with the Longan Honey Sugar Scrub. This natural and mild treatment comes recommended as a prenatal indulgence for mom-to-be’s too. The 80-minute treatment is priced at HK$1,750 ($225) from Monday to Thursday and HK$1,850 ($238) on Friday to Sunday and public holidays.

Address :The Ritz Carlton Hong kong,
International Commerce Centre,
1 Austin Road West,Kowloon,
Hong Kong.