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Hyatt House Brand Rolls Out New H Bar Menu

The Hyatt House brand reported its new bar bites and craft cocktail menu, H Bar Sip + Snack.

According to a media release, with new, shareable bar bites and an expanded list of craft cocktails, the H Bar Sip + Snack menu has everything guests need when hunger strikes.

Expanding on its "You've Come Too Far to Settle Now" platform, the Hyatt House brand is inspiring guests to elevate their on-the-go routine with convenient dining choices that flex to meet their needs. The new Hyatt House H Bar Sip + Snack menu reminds guests not to settle when it comes to eating while on the road.

"We want to give our guests go-to choices throughout the day that allow their trip to feel personalized and unique the H Bar Sip + Snack menu provides the flexibility and variety our guests need to keep up their routines while on the road," said Steven Dominguez, vice president of global brands for Hyatt House. "We continue to evolve our food and drink options so that our guests never have to sacrifice taste and quality. From Korean street tacos to charcuterie boards, barbeque pulled pork sliders to grain bowls, the H Bar Sip + Snack menu has a snack, meal or drink for every mood and palate."

The company noted, alongside the new H Bar Sip + Snack menu, Hyatt House hotels also recently introduced a new "Omelet of the Day" breakfast experience, enhancing the current made-to-order, complimentary breakfast offering by giving guests daily breakfast inspiration while on the road. With upgraded ingredients, variety and customization, the new "Omelet of the Day" breakfast offering provides guests with delicious, quality ingredients and flavors that will help kick start their day.

More Information:

http://www.hyatt.com/whysettle

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    Tea Forté Introduces ‘Matcha’ Collection

    Convenience meets tradition in Tea Forté’s new Ceremonial Matcha Bowl Set and the Matcha Single Steeps.

    The company said its spring harvested, shade grown, stone ground, organic matcha tea is best served in a centuries-old Japanese tea ceremony called chanoyu: a preparation technique known for its centering meditative qualities.

    "The launch of Tea Forté's Matcha collection represents our continued commitment to wellness and cultivating all the potential mental and physical health benefits of tea," says Tea Forté CEO Michael Gebrael. "In addition to our high quality Pure Matcha, we've also blended four distinct flavored Matcha varieties. Prepackaged in pouches measured out for a single serving, our Single Steeps Matcha is ideal for the office, travel, or to keep with you for a boost anytime."

    Tea Forté noted its handcrafted ceremonial tea bowl, handmade bamboo whisk and measuring ladle “encourages serene enjoyment of our premium Kosher, gluten-free and vegan matcha blends.” These include: Pure Matcha, Chocolate Matcha, Coconut Matcha, Ginger Matcha, and Chai Matcha.

    According to a release, in addition to its distinctive taste, matcha is prized for its health benefits. Steeped green tea contains only the antioxidants that can be extracted in water, while with matcha, the whole leaf is consumed.

    Available now in select stores and online at teaforte.com.

 

 

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