Imagine a cup of tea on the table in front of you. You can see spirals of steam above that special colour it possess. For a moment, you crave for your usual extra milky latte but your father glares from across the table. Yes, hot tea is rumoured to be a good healer for a sore throat.
Beside the cup, is a small plate with three baked goods, carefully picked from the extensive spread provided by the hotel.
Imagine, a mini version of a cinnamon roll. But every bite fills your mouth with the scent of rose water and bits of pistachios.
Imagine, one of the the tastiest croissant you have ever tasted. Flaky, buttery and melts in your mouth. Chocolate-less food has never been so sinful.
Imagine, a muffin that smells just like your favourite gourmand scent. Vanilla. And beside it, is a small jar of honey the colour of ambrosia.
You take off the lid, dip a teaspoon in and stir it into the strong tea. Another teaspoon, a sip.
You look around, a naughty gleam in your eyes as you pick up the jar and let it slowly trickle out onto the muffin.
The trickle of honey drizzles over the golden surface, making it seem glazed.
Another sip of the tea and you take a bite of the muffin and the combination is so lovely that your eyes roll just a bit at the taste. Another bite, a sip.
By the time your cup is empty, the three baked goods are happily in your tummy and you, just had the best breakfast you have had in ages.