Another spot of tea
If you find yourself in London on the 17th of July here is something that might be of interest. The very British ritual of having “tea” is something foreigners enjoy and those of us living here take for granted.
I thought I would re-blog and share with you the information I came across in a recent blog called Edible Experiences.
You be the judge.
Join historian and Fox & Squirrel founder Penelope Sacorafou for an afternoon of high tea – the highest of teas this country has to offer- as she interviews head archivist of Fortnum & Masons Dr Andrea Tanner on all things history, retail and most certainly tea.
With only 12 spots available and set in a private space in Fortnum & Masons this is as exclusive as it is a once in a life time opportunity to experience, taste and learn all about Fortnum’s past and present glory from the person behind Tea at Fortnum & Mason.
The event starts at 5.30 pm and the interview is set during a classic afternoon tea (think towers of sandwiches, scones, cream and cakes) but not before tasting a myriad of tea blends.
Included below is the Menu for the afternoon with Dr Tanner & Fox & Squirrel:
Fortnum Afternoon Tea for Fox & Squirrel
Cucumber, Cream Cheese
Chicken & Sweetcorn
Rare Roast Beef, Café de Paris Butter Fortnum’s Smoked Salmon, Horseradish Cream Rare Breed Hen Egg, Mustard Cress
Plain Scones Apricot & Amaretti Scones
Presented with Somerset Clotted Cream
and your choice of Fortnum & Mason Preserve:
Apricot, Lemon Curd, Raspberry, Strawberry, Wild Blueberry
AFTERNOON TEA CAKES
Individual Pâtisserie Selection from the Cake Carriage
Have a query about this event? Contact Fox & Squirrel, Creative Walk for the Culturally Curious
Date Time Location Price Tickets
Thu 17-Jul-2014 5:00 pm Mayfair, London W1
£60 Book Now
Price includes Traditional Afternoon Tea Menu at Fortnum & Masons, Exclusive Private Space reserved at Fortnum & Masons, and talk by Dr Tanner More +
(Full location and arrival details will be emailed to you upon booking.)
One Response to “Another spot of tea”
Enjoying your revelations of London!
Just wondering if you have any suggestions for me to take Lizzie for brunch today – her birthday! We were going to go to Balthazar and browse in Covent Garden but now thinking to branch out to pastures new!!! maybe East London? Anyway if you have any thoughts we would be so pleased.
Much love Roberta xx