Jimmy Choo’s latest fashion tea

MO Bar at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong have created some of the most fashionable-looking and delectable savoury and sweet items inspired by Jimmy Choo’s Spring/Summer 2013 collections.

From 2 April to 5 May, MO Bar’s Jimmy Choo afternoon tea will showcase Jimmy Choo’s Spring/Summer shoe wardrobe filled with bold and feminine shades.

MO Bar’s Jimmy Choo tea set will feature edible miniature high heels, mouth-watering savoury bites such as Foie Gras High Heels on Crispy Brioche Bread, Ham Mousse Sandwiches with Savora Mustard, and Smoked Salmon Sandwiches with Cucumber and Cream Cheese. Sweet temptations include Milk Chocolate High Heels filled with Lemon and Chocolate Biscuits, White Chocolate Bag filled with Lychee, Rose and Raspberry Mousse, Chupa Chup Macaroon filled with Passion Fruit and Mango Cream, and Green Tea, Strawberry, and Yuzu Mousse Shooter, as well as MO Bar’s signature light-as-a-feather Ginger and Raisin Scones.

“The sexy stiletto heels, glamorous designs, great sense of style and colour, and exceptional Italian craftsmanship serve as excellent inspiration for our culinary team,” said Sidney Schutte, Executive Chef at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental.

Tea items include smoked salmon cucumber sandwiches made to resemble the design of the CAYLA clutch decorated with brightly coloured cream cheese pyramid studs; and the white chocolate bag based on one of Jimmy Choo’s signature leopard print designs. “We are excited by this collaboration, which allows our guests to touch and feel the ‘Choo’s in a completely new way!” added Schutte.

From 2-7 April, guests can experience the Jimmy Choo afternoon tea while relaxing at Hong Kong’s most stylish hotel with the Jimmy Choo L900 package which includes one night’s luxurious accommodation in the hotel’s L900 suite, MO Bar’s Jimmy Choo afternoon tea for two, and a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes from the signature 24:7 collection.

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