ETEAKET, in Frederick Street, which won last year’s Evening News-backed Local Business Accelerator competition, is lauching a new blend at a city-centre boutique.
The white tea blend has been created to compliment Peoneve, the latest fragrance from George Street’s Penhaligon’s.
Peoneve Tea has been created from rare Chinese white peony leaves, scented with delicate rose, blended with peony rose leaves, faded champagne jasmine flowers, dusky rose petals, petit rose buds and sunflowers.
The scent and tea will be launched next Saturday at the Penhaligon’s boutique, where there will be a 15 per cent discount for shoppers, tasters of the new tea and a Gin Peoneve cocktail.
• TO celebrate the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Purslane restaurant is offering a free glass of wine with every meal for the entire month of August.
Located in the popular foody hotspot of picturesque Stockbridge, the restaurant has an emphasis on rustic, casual fine dining and sources around 80 per cent of its produce from local suppliers within the Stockbridge area.
With a chef who has worked with the likes of Marco Pierre White, you’re sure to be in good hands.
Quote “Evening News” when booking. Find Purslane at 33a St Stephen Street, EH3 5AH. Call 0131-226 3500 or log on to www.purslanerestaurant.co.uk
• DEEDEE Stewart is offering ladies the chance to get half-price tickets for her one-woman comedy show every Saturday throughout August.
Dirty Barbie and Other Girlhood Tales, written and performed by DeeDee herself, tells the story of her life in one unforgettable hour. With sleep-over candour and a vintage soundtrack, DeeDee tells tales of scarlet fever, Scotch over ice and girls gone wild, putting the fun back into dysfunctional.
The show is performed until August 27 at 1.30pm at Assembly Hall. The deal offers ladies tickets for just £4.50 every Saturday and can be redeemed by calling the box office on 0131-623 3030 and quoting “Ladies’ Day”.