Afternoon Tea With London At Aqua Shard

My favourite way to see London is from great heights. I think it truly puts it into perspective of how glorious the concrete jungle capital is. It is so amazing to admire people below who scurry around like little ants, counting the number of cranes in the skyline and naming all the famous landmarks. When dawn turns to dusk, the…
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Jazz Afternoon Tea At Sheraton Grand Park Lane

Afternoon tea has been around for years before we were alive, starting in the 1840’s. It was already popular amongst many individuals, when I was born in the late 1990’s. This love for luxurious way to celebrate or catch up with loved ones descended onto my generation. During the jazz era, afternoon tea would be had whilst a band would…
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Idyllic Churchill Afternoon Tea At The Wellesley

When I first moved to London for university, I was housed with a few American students who had come to study for a semester. Being new to London, they had all these stereotypical preconceptions of what England was all about. One of the questions I was asked ‘Is afternoon tea really a thing?’ and much to their amazement, I nodded.…
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Melting Chocolate Moments At The Langham Hotel

Another festivity, another Langham afternoon tea. That’s one of my favourite things about Cherish Finden, she celebrates everything through immense pastry skills and creations in form of themed afternoon teas – which is really special. I’m sure you’re all aware by now that’s it is London chocolate week, which means the London scene is turning insanely sweet and indulgent. Especially…
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