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An afternoon tea with a North African twist

An afternoon tea with a North African twist

Acclaimed restaurant Momo – tucked away in the cobbled enclave of London’s Heddon Street – launches its new afternoon tea next week.

Available from 6 December, the tea has been inspired by Moroccan flavours and is an exquisite blend of classic English treats and North African sweets – perfect for winter West End shoppers who want to warm up in style. (more…)

A novel afternoon in the countryside

A novel afternoon in the countryside

Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire has invited acclaimed novelist and journalist Justine Picardie to host a Literary Afternoon Tea at the elegant English country-hotel.

The former features director of Vogue will be introducing her latest work, Coco Chanel: The Legend and The Life. (more…)

Mad Hatters Tea Party returns to The Dorchester

Mad Hatters Tea Party returns to The Dorchester

The Dorchester has come up with a unique treat for parents and children when the London hotel is transformed into a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party for this October’s school half-term.

Young dancers from the English National Ballet will be at the hotel to create the special afternoon tea sittings inpired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland from Monday 25 October to Friday 29 October. (more…)

The afternoon tea for chocoholics

The afternoon tea for chocoholics

This week it’s chocolate week and the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa in Edinburgh is offering a truly indulgent way to celebrate, with their new Valrhona chocolate afternoon tea.

Named after one of the world’s first gourmet chocolatiers, the menu is described as a chocoholic’s dream come true and includes a selection of sweet and savoury bites, all of which have that vital ingredient: chocolate. (more…)

Just our cup of tea

Just our cup of tea

Once upon a time, the British cuppa was a refined affair. It had nothing to do with builders, or hair rollers, or chimps. It was a ceremony, a ritual that signified civilisation, one that could be set up in the shade of a baobab tree or beneath a parasol in the remotest of landscapes, in the most unforgiving of climates. (more…)

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