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Some of our favourite spots for tea in London

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The Dorchester London hotel presents The Mad Hatter's Tea party this October at the Promenade at The Dorchester. You will have the luxury to enjoy performances from the English National Ballet School’s young dancers and excerpts from Alice in Wonderland during your tea session. Get yourself indulged in enchanting themed pastries, delicious sandwiches as well as homemade scones. The tea will be served daily at 1:45pm, 2:15pm, 4:15pm and 4:45pm from 27th to 31st October. 

The Rosebery at The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park sets you in a stylish and contemporary backdrop for Afternoon Tea. You will get a fantastic bespoke blend of tea that is crafted in conjunction with the East India Company. The hotel has a dedicated tea master who creates fusion of selected teas just for the guests. During the evenings, The Rosebery transforms into a sophisticated Champagne Bar offering elegant champagnes as well as champagne cocktails.

For a more traditional take on Afternoon Tea, the best location would be opposite Kensington Palace where Her Majesty’s tea receptions took place. Tea at The Milestone Hotel feels like stepping back in the 19th century yet having all the modern amenities of a modern luxury hotel in the heart of London. 

Since the era of Queen Victoria, Brown’s Hotel is still the place to come for the definitive Afternoon Tea in London. Enjoy the fabled Brown’s Afternoon Tea in the award winning English Tea Room and have the luxury of choosing your flavour from 17 blends of tea. Along with the tea you will get scones, cakes, sandwiches and pastries in a surrounding that holds both old and new. Brown’s Hotel’s Head Pastry Chef will host a series of ‘Tea-Torials’ where a maximum of 8 guests will enjoy a unique experience with a professional yet informal afternoon of culinary learning. Guests will be given a demonstration of how to make Brown’s award winning strawberry jam and scones. During the ‘Tea-Torials’ the traditional Afternoon Tea in the English Tea Room will be served along with sweet treats to take home. ‘Tea-Torials’ cost only £115 per person and will take place on the 16th November at 2:30pm.     

For more information on Afternoon Tea please visit 5ive Star London Hotels.

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