It’s been 250 years since the first ever Rose Champagne was created by Ruinart. In 1764 it was created with a view to providing unique taste in the world of champagne. At present the champagne brand has collaborated with Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair to create the Brown’s Ruinart Rose afternoon tea to mark its 250th anniversary.
This unique combo of Ruinart Rose champagne with a classic afternoon tea pushes the rich history of the champagne further upward. The Brown’s Ruinart Rose has been carefully crafted in order to complement the afternoon tea and take guests on an epicurean journey. The highlighted flavor of the champagne helps guests to delve deeper into the tones and notes of the world’s oldest champagne.
The Ruinart Rose Champagne incorporates traditional finger sandwiches and freshly baked scones along with homemade strawberry jam and clotted cream. In addition, handpicked sweet red fruits mixed with classic Victoria sponge and strawberry tart is also incorporated with the champagne. Brown’s hotel’s Ruinart Rose afternoon tea shares a large macaroon that can easily be shared among two people.
It is truly comfortable to know that the history of rose champagne started at Ruinart. At Brown’s tea room afternoon tea is a perfect meal to enjoy complemented by a glass of champagne. All together it will create a charming environment for you where you can forget the hustling outside world.
This Ruinart Rose afternoon tea at Brown’s hotel in London will be available until the end of September at a price of £110 for two people.
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