Light and clean with top notes of Silver Needle Point Tea, Frosted Bergamot, White Tea Blooms; mid notes of Ginger Lily, White Tea Leave Petals, Pekoe Tea; and base notes of Mate Musk, Mahogany Wood, Teakwood.
Silver Needle Point Tea, Bergamot, White Tea Leaves, Pekoe, Ginger Lily, Mahogany, Teakwood
Boston Park Plaza
The Boston Park Plaza is a historic hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, opened on March 10, 1927. It was built by hotelier E.M. Statler as part of his Statler Hotels chain. During the hotel’s construction, it was discovered that the Statler’s planned 155 foot height exceeded the maximum height of 125 feet allowed by the Massachusetts State Building Code. However it was granted an exemption by Mayor James Michael Curley.