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Bettys at Harlow Carr Gardens

Bettys at Harlow Carr Gardens
Crag Lane
Harrogate
HG3 1QB

Bettys at Harlow Carr Gardens logo
  INTRODUCTION

Each Bettys has a different feel to it. At the RHS Gardens at Harlow Carr in Harrogate, we have created a Bettys fit for an English country garden.

We offer all the usual delights of a visit to Bettys - delicious cakes, freshly baked bread, scrumptious three course meals and, of course, the high standards and friendly smiles - but in a very different location.

Here you will enjoy an elevated position overlooking the beautiful grounds of RHS Garden Harlow Carr. The 58-acre garden can be found on the south-western outskirts of Harrogate, and is home to peaceful woodland, meadows, flower gardens and seven historical gardens from the BBC series 'Gardens Through Time'. As it's located alongside rather than inside, you don't have to pay to enter the gardens in order to visit Bettys.

  TEA MENU

Tea

Single Estate Rwandan Gisovu

We have been buying teas from this lovely tea garden for over 35 years.
Deliciously crisp and refreshing with a rich golden colour, this really is one
of the world's finest black teas.

Lingia Estate Darjeeling
A wonderfully delicate Darjeeling from the Himalayan foothills, where cool
air slows the growth of the tea bushes, leading to a fuller flavour.

Ceylon Blue Sapphire
Deliciously smooth black tea with a honeyed character, decorated with blue
cornflower petals to represent Sri Lanka?s famous sapphires.

China Rose Petal
One of the loveliest China teas, layered with fragrant rose petals,
believed to keep mind, body and spirit in perfect harmony.

Jasmine Blossom Tea
This high quality green tea is infused with jasmine blossoms to create
a light, delicate and aromatic tea, best enjoyed without milk.

Pi Lo Chun Green Tea
Meaning ?spring green snail?, a reference to the distinctive spiral-shaped
leaves, this famous green China tea has a light, floral character.

Yu Luo White Tea
An exquisite white tea from Hunan, China, made from the delicate white
buds that first appear when the tea bush ?awakens? after winter. 

Infusions

Lemongrass & Ginger Tisane
A delicious, refreshing infusion of rosehips, lemongrass,
hibiscus and ginger that?s naturally caffeine-free.

Peppermint Tisane
A ?pick-me-up? herbal infusion of pure peppermint,
served with honey.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
9:00am to 4:30pm
Tues:
9:00am to 4:30pm
Weds:
9:00am to 4:30pm
Thurs:
9:00am to 4:30pm
Fri:
9:00am to 4:30pm
Sat:
9:00am to 4:30pm
Sun:
9:00am to 4:30pm

Manager

Janet Parker
Bettys at Harlow Carr Gardens
Crag Lane
Harrogate
HG3 1QB

Phone: 01423 505604
Web: www.bettys.co.uk
Email: bettys.harlow@bettysandtaylors.co.uk

  NOTES

We are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.


Bettys Harrogate

Bettys Harrogate
Parliament Street
Harrogate
HG1 2QU

Bettys Harrogate logo
  INTRODUCTION

The story of Bettys began in 1919 when our founder, Frederick Belmont, opened his first Bettys Café Tea Room in the fashionable spa town of Harrogate

The combination of mouth-watering Swiss confectionery and Yorkshire warmth and hospitality in such an elegant setting proved irresistible. Bettys was an instant success. Nearly 100 years on, Bettys Harrogate remains as popular as ever. Providing a wonderful relaxed setting for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and evening meals, Bettys offers one of the best spots in town to enjoy the beauty of the town's surroundings.

From the swathes of crocuses which herald the spring, through to the autumn colours, the Stray is always a delight, and a window table at Bettys is the best place to enjoy it. You'll also discover our shop where you will be spoilt for choice with over 300 breads, cakes and chocolates, as well as 50 different teas and coffees, and a small delicatessen section with pastries, salads and soups.

  TEA MENU

Tea

Single Estate Rwandan Gisovu
We have been buying teas from this lovely tea garden for over 35 years.
Deliciously crisp and refreshing with a rich golden colour, this really is one
of the world's finest black teas.

Lingia Estate Darjeeling
A wonderfully delicate Darjeeling from the Himalayan foothills, where cool
air slows the growth of the tea bushes, leading to a fuller flavour.

Ceylon Blue Sapphire
Deliciously smooth black tea with a honeyed character, decorated with blue
cornflower petals to represent Sri Lanka?s famous sapphires.

China Rose Petal
One of the loveliest China teas, layered with fragrant rose petals,
believed to keep mind, body and spirit in perfect harmony.

Jasmine Blossom Tea
This high quality green tea is infused with jasmine blossoms to create
a light, delicate and aromatic tea, best enjoyed without milk.

Pi Lo Chun Green Tea
Meaning ?spring green snail?, a reference to the distinctive spiral-shaped
leaves, this famous green China tea has a light, floral character.

Yu Luo White Tea
An exquisite white tea from Hunan, China, made from the delicate white
buds that first appear when the tea bush ?awakens? after winter.

Infusions

Lemongrass & Ginger Tisane
A delicious, refreshing infusion of rosehips, lemongrass,
hibiscus and ginger that?s naturally caffeine-free.

Peppermint Tisane
A ?pick-me-up? herbal infusion of pure peppermint,
served with honey. 

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Tues:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Weds:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Thurs:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Fri:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Sat:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Sun:
9:00am to 9:00pm

Manager

Bettys Harrogate
Parliament Street
Harrogate
HG1 2QU

Phone: 01423 814070
Web: www.bettys.co.uk
Email: bettys.harrogate@bettysandtaylors.co.uk

  NOTES

We are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Montpellier Café Bar: 8:00am to 9:00pm

Gift Vouchers
Why not treat a loved one to a sumptuous Afternoon Tea. To buy a Bettys Afternoon Tea Gift Voucher please visit www.bettys.co.uk or telephone 0800 456 1919 for more information.


Bettys Ilkley
  INTRODUCTION

After an energetic walk on Ilkley Moor or a visit to scenic Bolton Abbey, Bettys Café Tea Rooms on Ilkley's tree-lined Grove is the perfect place to refuel and relax.

Alternatively, you can stock up on a cake or two from the shop before setting out for a lengthy ramble.
Ilkley is many people's favourite Bettys. Blessed with a lovely Wharfedale location, the shop looks south towards Ilkley Moor, and the Café Tea Rooms faces north towards Middleton Moor.

The bright, sunny Café Tea Rooms are lit by windows inset with stained glass Yorkshire flowers and motifs.
A collection of antique and contemporary teapots is displayed around the walls, and the café also boasts 'La Chasse', the largest ever marquetry picture made by the Spindler Studio in Alsace.

It depicts a medieval hunting scene and is made entirely of unstained wood veneers.

  TEA MENU

Tea

Single Estate Rwandan Gisovu
We have been buying teas from this lovely tea garden for over 35 years.
Deliciously crisp and refreshing with a rich golden colour, this really is one
of the world's finest black teas.

Lingia Estate Darjeeling
A wonderfully delicate Darjeeling from the Himalayan foothills, where cool
air slows the growth of the tea bushes, leading to a fuller flavour.

Ceylon Blue Sapphire
Deliciously smooth black tea with a honeyed character, decorated with blue
cornflower petals to represent Sri Lanka?s famous sapphires.

China Rose Petal
One of the loveliest China teas, layered with fragrant rose petals,
believed to keep mind, body and spirit in perfect harmony.

Jasmine Blossom Tea
This high quality green tea is infused with jasmine blossoms to create
a light, delicate and aromatic tea, best enjoyed without milk.

Pi Lo Chun Green Tea
Meaning ?spring green snail?, a reference to the distinctive spiral-shaped
leaves, this famous green China tea has a light, floral character.

Yu Luo White Tea
An exquisite white tea from Hunan, China, made from the delicate white
buds that first appear when the tea bush ?awakens? after winter.

Infusions

Lemongrass & Ginger Tisane
A delicious, refreshing infusion of rosehips, lemongrass,
hibiscus and ginger that?s naturally caffeine-free.

Peppermint Tisane
A ?pick-me-up? herbal infusion of pure peppermint,
served with honey.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
9:00am to 5.30pm
Tues:
9:00am to 5.30pm
Weds:
9:00am to 5.30pm
Thurs:
9:00am to 5.30pm
Fri:
9:00am to 5.30pm
Sat:
9:00am to 5.30pm
Sun:
9:00am to 5.30pm

Manager

Bettys Ilkley
The Grove
Ilkley
LS29 9EE

Phone: 01943 608029
Web: www.bettys.co.uk
Email: bettys.ilkley@bettysandtaylors.co.uk

  NOTES

We are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Gift Vouchers
Why not treat a loved one to a sumptuous Afternoon Tea. To buy a Bettys Afternoon Tea Gift Voucher please visit www.bettys.co.uk or telephone 0800 456 1919 for more information. 


Bettys Northallerton

Bettys Northallerton
High Street
Northallerton
DL7 8LF

Bettys Northallerton logo
  INTRODUCTION

Northallerton is a traditional Yorkshire market town, nestling between the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors.

This is where you'll find our most northerly branch, sited in a Grade II listed building.

Located on the wide Georgian High Street - which is particularly bustling during the Wednesday and Saturday markets - the Award winning Bettys Café Tea Rooms in Northallerton (winner of The Tea Guild's Top Tea Place Award 2012) is a perfect base for exploring James Herriot country.

Walk through our well-stocked shop and you'll find an elegant café and 'Palm Room', with a domed glass roof, huge window mirrors and a three metre high Chusan Palm.

During the warmer months you can enjoy Afternoon Tea 'al fresco' in our walled outdoor garden courtyard.

  TEA MENU

Tea

Single Estate Rwandan Gisovu
We have been buying teas from this lovely tea garden for over 35 years.
Deliciously crisp and refreshing with a rich golden colour, this really is one
of the world's finest black teas.

Lingia Estate Darjeeling
A wonderfully delicate Darjeeling from the Himalayan foothills, where cool
air slows the growth of the tea bushes, leading to a fuller flavour.

Ceylon Blue Sapphire
Deliciously smooth black tea with a honeyed character, decorated with blue
cornflower petals to represent Sri Lanka?s famous sapphires.

China Rose Petal
One of the loveliest China teas, layered with fragrant rose petals,
believed to keep mind, body and spirit in perfect harmony.

Jasmine Blossom Tea
This high quality green tea is infused with jasmine blossoms to create
a light, delicate and aromatic tea, best enjoyed without milk.

Pi Lo Chun Green Tea
Meaning ?spring green snail?, a reference to the distinctive spiral-shaped
leaves, this famous green China tea has a light, floral character.

Yu Luo White Tea
An exquisite white tea from Hunan, China, made from the delicate white
buds that first appear when the tea bush ?awakens? after winter.

Infusions

Lemongrass & Ginger Tisane
A delicious, refreshing infusion of rosehips, lemongrass,
hibiscus and ginger that?s naturally caffeine-free.

Peppermint Tisane
A ?pick-me-up? herbal infusion of pure peppermint,
served with honey.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Tues:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Weds:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Thurs:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Fri:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Sat:
9:00am to 5:30pm
Sun:
10:00am to 5:00pm

Manager

Mr Lindsay Judd
Bettys Northallerton
High Street
Northallerton
DL7 8LF

Phone: 01609 775154
Web: www.bettys.co.uk
Email: bettys.northallerton@bettysandtaylors.co.uk

  NOTES

We are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.


Bettys Stonegate York

Bettys Stonegate York
Stonegate
York
YO1 8AS

Bettys Stonegate York logo
  INTRODUCTION

With its quaint and traditional interior, Bettys Stonegate (previously known as "Little Bettys") is a charming place to take a break from shopping or sightseeing in the famous city of York.

Situated in a listed building on medieval Stonegate, just a stone's throw from York Minster, you'll be greeted by a characterful shop with antique dressers and cabinets, stocked with an extensive range of teas and coffees, cakes and gifts.

Up a flight of winding stairs there's a cosy café with wooden beams, and roaring fires in the winter. Just as our cakes and breads celebrate the best of traditional craft skills, so too do our interiors.

At Bettys Stonegate be sure to look out for fixtures and fittings by the 'Mouseman of Kilburn', whose oak carvings all carry a trademark 'signature' mouse. Bettys Stonegate is also home to a large collection of prints, advertisements and paraphernalia, which tell the story of the tea trade.

  TEA MENU

Tea

Single Estate Rwandan Gisovu
We have been buying teas from this lovely tea garden for over 35 years.
Deliciously crisp and refreshing with a rich golden colour, this really is one
of the world's finest black teas.

Lingia Estate Darjeeling
A wonderfully delicate Darjeeling from the Himalayan foothills, where cool
air slows the growth of the tea bushes, leading to a fuller flavour.

Ceylon Blue Sapphire
Deliciously smooth black tea with a honeyed character, decorated with blue
cornflower petals to represent Sri Lanka?s famous sapphires.

China Rose Petal
One of the loveliest China teas, layered with fragrant rose petals,
believed to keep mind, body and spirit in perfect harmony.

Jasmine Blossom Tea
This high quality green tea is infused with jasmine blossoms to create
a light, delicate and aromatic tea, best enjoyed without milk.

Pi Lo Chun Green Tea
Meaning ?spring green snail?, a reference to the distinctive spiral-shaped
leaves, this famous green China tea has a light, floral character.

Yu Luo White Tea
An exquisite white tea from Hunan, China, made from the delicate white
buds that first appear when the tea bush ?awakens? after winter.

Infusions

Lemongrass & Ginger Tisane
A delicious, refreshing infusion of rosehips, lemongrass,
hibiscus and ginger that?s naturally caffeine-free.

Peppermint Tisane
A ?pick-me-up? herbal infusion of pure peppermint,
served with honey. 

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
10:00am to 5.00pm
Tues:
10:00am to 5.00pm
Weds:
10:00am to 5.00pm
Thurs:
10:00am to 5.00pm
Fri:
10:00am to 5.00pm
Sat:
9.00am to 5.30pm
Sun:
10:00am to 5.00pm

Manager

Ms Samantha Lawton
Bettys Stonegate York
Stonegate
York
YO1 8AS

Phone: 01904 622865
Web: www.bettys.co.uk
Email: bettys.stonegate@bettysandtaylors.co.uk

  NOTES

We are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Gift Vouchers
Why not treat a loved one to a sumptuous Afternoon Tea. To buy a Bettys Afternoon Tea Gift Voucher please visit www.bettys.co.uk or telephone 0800 456 1919 for more information.


Bettys York

Bettys York
St Helen?s Square
York
YO1 8QP

Bettys York logo
  INTRODUCTION

In 1936 the founder of Bettys, Frederick Belmont, travelled on the maiden voyage of the Queen Mary.

He was so enthralled by the splendour of the ship that he commissioned the Queen Mary's designers and craftsmen to turn a dilapidated furniture store into his most sophisticated branch yet - an elegant café in the land-locked location of St Helen's Square. Today, as you sit in Bettys, surrounded by huge curved windows, elegant wood panelling and ornate mirrors, you can almost imagine yourself aboard a luxury liner.

The art deco elegance of the Queen Mary is particularly evident in our first floor Belmont Room which was inspired by one of the cruise liner's state rooms. Throughout the year we host musical evenings and events here.


A few years after Bettys opened its doors in York war broke out, and Bettys - in particular the basement 'Bettys Bar' - became a favourite haunt of thousands of airmen stationed around York. 'Bettys Mirror', on which many of them engraved their signatures with a diamond pen, remains on display today as a fitting tribute to their bravery.

  TEA MENU

Tea

Single Estate Rwandan Gisovu
We have been buying teas from this lovely tea garden for over 35 years.
Deliciously crisp and refreshing with a rich golden colour, this really is one
of the world's finest black teas.

Lingia Estate Darjeeling
A wonderfully delicate Darjeeling from the Himalayan foothills, where cool
air slows the growth of the tea bushes, leading to a fuller flavour.

Ceylon Blue Sapphire
Deliciously smooth black tea with a honeyed character, decorated with blue
cornflower petals to represent Sri Lanka?s famous sapphires.

China Rose Petal
One of the loveliest China teas, layered with fragrant rose petals,
believed to keep mind, body and spirit in perfect harmony.

Jasmine Blossom Tea
This high quality green tea is infused with jasmine blossoms to create
a light, delicate and aromatic tea, best enjoyed without milk.

Pi Lo Chun Green Tea
Meaning ?spring green snail?, a reference to the distinctive spiral-shaped
leaves, this famous green China tea has a light, floral character.

Yu Luo White Tea
An exquisite white tea from Hunan, China, made from the delicate white
buds that first appear when the tea bush ?awakens? after winter.

Infusions

Lemongrass & Ginger Tisane
A delicious, refreshing infusion of rosehips, lemongrass,
hibiscus and ginger that?s naturally caffeine-free.

Peppermint Tisane
A ?pick-me-up? herbal infusion of pure peppermint,
served with honey. 

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Tues:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Weds:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Thurs:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Fri:
9:00am to 9:00pm
Sat:
8.30am to 9:00pm
Sun:
9:00am to 9:00pm

Manager

Una Heron
Bettys York
St Helen?s Square
York
YO1 8QP

Phone: 01904 659142
Web: www.bettys.co.uk
Email: bettys.york@bettysandtaylors.co.uk

  NOTES

We are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

 


Davenports Tea Room

Davenports Tea Room
Bridge Farm
Warrington Road, Bartington,
Northwich
CW8 4QU

Davenports Tea Room logo
  INTRODUCTION

One of the best afternoon teas in Cheshire, Davenports Tea Room is situated in Cheshire's beautiful countryside, yet within 40 minutes of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool. With a range of over 6 afternoon teas to choose from plus their very popular themed events, such asthe Mad Hatters Tea Party and Victorian Christmas, Davenports Tea Room remains the Tea Guilds last ever winner of the Top Tea Room in the UK. Offering over 40 specialist teas, and uniquely guide you as to the best teas to suit your needs and brew according to personal taste. 

In addition to the Tea Room itself, they also offer a unique private Vintage Afternoon Tea Cruises with one of the routes including passage on the famous Anderton Boat Lift, known as the Cathedral of the Canals.

The Davenport family celebrated 90 years of business in the Northwich area in 2018.

This tea room has built its business on repeat and recommendations and is well worth a visit.

  TEA MENU

Tea

We have a wide range of specialist teas, we advise customers and brew according to personal taste

Breakfast Teas

Kwazulu (Imported Direct)

Royal Air Force (Rare Tea Co)

Tea Room Blend (Taylors of Harrogate)

Mad Hatter Tea

Cheshire Blend (Cheshire Tea Co)

Lancaster Tea (Atkinsons)

Assam Blend (Atkinsons)

Assam (Jing Tea)

Earl Grey:

Earl Grey (Tregothnan)

Earl Grey (Atkinsons)

Staunton Earl Grey (East India Company)

Imperial Earl Grey (Quniteassential Tea Company)

Earl Grey (Jing Tea)

De-caffinated:

De-Caffinated Ceylon

Roobis 

Mint Chocolate Roobis

Vanilla Roobis 

Specialist:

Darjeeling Afternoon Tea BOP

Darjeeling 2nd Flush

Keemum

Formosa Oolong

Nilgiri BOP

Lapsang Souchong

Russian Caravan

Bombai Chai

Chai Tea

Chinese Rose Petal

Rose Congou Superior

Kama Sutra

White Elixir 

Giant Flowering

2008 Raw Pur Erh Mini Cakes

Green Tea:

Green Gunpowder

Chinese Sencha

Jasmine Green Tea Pearls

Green Flamingo

Infusions

Damask Rose Buds

Peppermint Herb

Cheshire Tea - Delicious Berry

English Tea Shop Super Berries Organic

Tregothnan Manuka Herbal

Tregothnan Echinacea

Tregothnan Myrtle Infusion

Tregothnan Nettle 

Tregothnan Lemon Verbena

Tregothnan Fennel

Tregothnan Eucalyptus

Tregothnan Chamomile

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
10:00 - 4:00
Tues:
CLOSED
Weds:
10:00 - 4:00
Thurs:
10:00 - 4:00
Fri:
10:00 - 4:00
Sat:
10:00 - 4:00
Sun:
10:00 - 4:00

Partner

Belinda Davenport
Davenports Tea Room
Bridge Farm
Warrington Road, Bartington,
Northwich
CW8 4QU

Phone: 01606 853241
Web: www.davenportstearoom.co.uk
Email: belinda@davenportstearoom.co.uk

  NOTES

Special Events:

All our special events require min 24hr notice and a £10pp deposit to confirm, though many of these events book many months in advance.

 

Victorian Christmas 18 Nov through to 31st Dec (excluding Christmas closure)

A magical event that is well attending from people travelling far and wide.  Many people use this as the start of their Christmas and come back year after year, so it does book up.   Beautifully decorated room, staff dressed in costume, 2 different themed afternoon tea available during this period.  £29.99pp includes a glass of mulled wine on arrival, afternoon tea, pot of tea each and a little gift.  See our Facebook page for images or website for more details. 

 

Mothering Sunday weekend Sat 10 March & Sun 11 March 2018 

Special Mothers Day Afternoon Tea £26.99pp 

 

Tall Ships Event 25-27 May 2018

Vintage Afternoon Tea Cruise Boat attending event & will be in the Albert Docks from 18th May till 1st Jun (it may be possible to do private afternoon tea cruises there during this period - awaiting approval by C&RT)

 

Mad Hatters Tea Party 29 July 2018 & Sun 2 July 2018

Very popular themed event focused on the food, but within an eccentric, mad environment with characters £37.00 pp includes as much tea as you'd like!  See our Facebook page for images or website for more details.

 

Halloween Evening 31 Oct 2018

We so love this event and we're sure you will too!  Bookings are already coming in and for the last 3 years this event has been fully booked before Christmas the previous year £34pp Soup starter, followed by a combination afternoon tea with themed savouries and cakes, includes a drop of "blood' on arrival.  See our Facebook page for images or website for more details.

 

Vintage Afternoon Tea Cruises

All booked on a request basis - subject to availability.  £60pp (Min spend £300) Deposit required £100

See our Facebook page for images or website for more details.


Great Fosters

Great Fosters
Stroude Road
Egham
Surrey
TW20 9UR

Great Fosters logo
  INTRODUCTION

Great Fosters is a fine example of Elizabethan architecture set amongst 50 acres of stunning formal gardens and parkland. Probably built as a Royal hunting lodge in 1550 and very much a stately home since then, it is now a prestigious luxury hotel.

Afternoon tea is served in the Anne Boleyn, Cocktail Bar, Main Hall and in the warmer months on the terraces. Our pastry team will tempt you with dainty sandwiches, homemade scones with Devonshire clotted cream and a selection of cakes that look almost too good to eat!

  TEA MENU

Tea

  • Organic Silver Needle White Tea
  • Jing Assam Breakfast
  • Jing Earl Grey
  • Organic Dragon Well Green Tea
  • Jasmine Pearls
  • Jing English Breakfast
  • Darjeeling
  • Darjeeling 2nd Flush
  • Lapsang Souchong
  • Twinings Breakfast Tea

Infusions

  • Organic Whole Chamomile Flowers
  • Whole Peppermint Leaf
  • Blackcurrant and Hibiscus
  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
2pm - 6pm
Tues:
2pm - 6pm
Weds:
2pm - 6pm
Thurs:
2pm - 6pm
Fri:
2pm - 6pm
Sat:
2pm - 6pm
Sun:
2pm - 6pm

Manager

Amanda Dougans
Great Fosters
Stroude Road
Egham
Surrey
TW20 9UR

Phone: 01784 433822
Web: www.greatfosters.co.uk
Email: reception@greatfosters.co.uk

  NOTES

Please note that children aged 3 - 12 years of age are charged at £15 per child.

Booking times

Afternoon Tea is available at either 2.00pm, 2.15pm, 2.30pm, 4.30pm, 4.45pm and 5.00pm.
You are welcome to keep your table for up to 2 hours. Reservations are recommended especially at weekends.

Group bookings

Please note that we are able to accommodate a maximum of 10 guests on any one table.


InterContinental London Park Lane

InterContinental London Park Lane
One Hamilton Place
Park Lane
London
W1J 7QY

InterContinental London Park Lane logo
  INTRODUCTION

Situated on the site of Queen Elizabeth II former residence (145 Piccadilly) Wellington Lounge presents a truly fitting location to enjoy Afternoon Tea. The award-winning Wellington Lounge Afternoon Tea is inspired by its location overlooking the Royal Parks and iconic London landmarks. A true epicurean experience, the finest British ingredients are served alongside bespoke teas to create a modern twist on tradition.

  TEA MENU

Tea

The Tea Menu at the Wellington Lounge boasts a superb selection of fine teas, ranging from white teas to herbal infusions. The fully described menu really does include both traditional and more modern blends thus offering a tea to suit every taste. 

  • White Peony - a mild and refreshing white tea that is very delicate and perfect for afternoon sipping. For a floral touch, enjoy it infused with whole Pink Rosebuds.
  • Jasmine Silver Needles - a pure Jasmine white tea blends whole Jasmine needles over white tea buds.
  • Lung Ching Dragonwell - a Chinese green tea with long, flat leaves that yield a light emerald cup with a rich, slightly nutty taste.
  • White Monkey - a lighter and naturally sweet green tea is the White Monkey, a Chinese tea grown in the Taimu Mountains.
  • Black teas - including the Finest Assam Harmutty with an oaky and earthy bouquet, the Imperial Ceylon, a full bodied single estate tea grown in western Sri Lanka and a Fine Darjeeling, available in seasonal form.
  • Black Tea blends - at the Wellington Lounge these include the Palace Breakfast, a full bodied blend of Assam and Ceylon tea, the Palace Earl Grey, a Chinese tea blend with the natural oil of Bergamot and the Lapsang Souchong, an intense, full bodied Chinese tea made with smoked tea leaves.
  • The Wellington Blend & Number One Park Lane - additionally, the tea menu features two bespoke Black Tea blends. The Wellington Blend is a blend that embraces the spirit of a wonderful English tea. It is a balance of Assam, Earl Grey blue flowers and softened by English corn flowers and mallow blossoms. Number One Park Lane, with Madagascan vanilla pods and marigold flowers, gives a sweet yet full bodied flavour to our exclusive black tea blend available only at InterContinental London Park Lane.
  • Oolong Teas - including the Iron Goddess of Mercy Tea, a tea grown in the Fujian province, with a naturally sweet and aromatic nutty taste, as well as the Royal Oolong a tea from Formosa now known as Taiwan, with a very aromatic, floral flavor.

Infusions

Organic herbal infusions:

  • Pure Organic Chamomile
  • Pure Spearmint
  • Organic Lemon and Ginger
  • Wild Berries
  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
1pm to 5pm
Tues:
1pm to 5pm
Weds:
1pm to 5pm
Thurs:
1pm to 5pm
Fri:
1pm to 5pm
Sat:
1pm to 5pm
Sun:
1pm to 5pm

Director of Food & Beverage

Helen Douglas
InterContinental London Park Lane
One Hamilton Place
Park Lane
London
W1J 7QY

Phone: 020 7409 3131
Web: wellington-lounge.co.uk
Email: wellingtonlounge@ihg.com


Millennium Hotel London Mayfair

Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
44 Grosvenor Square
London
W1K 2HP

Millennium Hotel London Mayfair logo
  INTRODUCTION

Our afternoon tea offering is traditionally served on Wedgewood ?Wild Strawberry? crockery which is 100% made in Stoke-on-Trent, our cutlery and 3 tiered stands and tea strainer are silver with matches beautify with our crockery. Quiet, professional and attentive service by our afternoon tea team.

  TEA MENU

Tea

  • Nutty Chocolate Tea

Inspired by tea & chocolate this blend is a match made in heaven. With a strong, rich and full bodied 2nd flush Assam base, this is a powerful yet honeyed tea with malty overtones. The deep chocolate richness comes from cocoa nibs and is complemented by delicate hazelnut flavouring and can be enjoyed with or without milk. *Nut allergy sufferers will not be affected.

  • Elderflower & Blossom Darjeeling

Widely regarded as the finest tea in the world the 1st flush Darjeeling is considered the Champagne of the Tea world and can only be picked for three weeks of the year. Grown at altitudes around 6000 ft the Darjeeling is light tea that is packed with delightful flavour which is delicately complimented by elderflower.

  • Passion Fruit Ceylon

Ceylon teas originate from a variety of altitudes on hill sides in Sri Lanka that have been growing on the same hillsides since 1848.  This high grown tea has a beautifully light flavour and blends perfectly with the sweet flavour of caramelised passion fruit. Full bodied with smooth caramel overtones this tea is golden in colour with a supremely luxurious aroma.

  • Moroccan Mint with Rose

Tea in Morocco is a real tradition and everyone has their own version.  With a gunpowder green tea base with a spearmint infusion this is a sweet and refreshing tea with menthol overtones. The rolled 'gunpowder' pellets lock in the delightful flavour and pack a strong punch.

  • Apple & Elderflower Green Tea

East meets West with deliciously delicate, Oriental Green Tea, infusing with the quintessential orchard flavours for a light & refreshing taste. The Sencha green base from Eastern China provides a pleasing palate refreshment and is bright in colour. A soft, mellow and aromatic tea, this  is very easy to drink.

  • Rosy Fig White Tea

White tea is the healthiest possible tea and is jam packed with antioxidants. This chinese tea is plucked in the spring for the highest quality flavour and is indulgent and almost cloying with this unique flavour pairing. The rose and fig provide a light and refreshing tea with almond overtones.

  • The Mighty Assam

Mighty by name, mighty by nature. Smooth, rich & full bodied with an unmistakeable malty punch. This tippy golden broken orange pekoe is the highest quality 2nd flush Assam as it should be. One for those looking for a strong, powerful smooth tea of unmistakably high quality.

  • The Earl

A sublime blend of black Chinese teas with complex yet delicate bergamont and lemon peel flavouring. This superb blend results in a deep copper colour and an unrivalled citrus aroma. A tea with a rich history that is best enjoyed with a slice of lemon.

  • The Lady

A divine blend of black Chinese teas with a refined blend of orange and lemon peel that delivers a refreshing, aromatic and delicate tea. These subtle citrus tones are best paired with a slice of orange.

  • Jasmine Petals & Pearls

Each Jasmine Pearl is rolled by hand over 60 times to results in this tightly rolled ball.These delicate Jasmine Pearls are the result of light green tea layered with Jasmine flowers and relayered up to six times to create the perfect balance of flavour. When brewed the pearls unfurl to reveal a full leaf with an elegant jasmine scent. The camomile flowers & rose petals add soft floral notes to the blend.

  • Emerald Dragon Oolong

A green Chinese oolong made using only the youngest tea leaves, these tea leaves are bruised and only semi oxidised unlike black tea. A bright, light and colourful cup which is refreshing, summery and clean on the palate. This smooth tea is a joy to behold.

Infusions

  • Pure Camomile

An infusion that is golden in colour, the Camomile is a sweet and subtly flowery beverage with a light and gentle taste. The Camomile aroma is famously relaxing and non more so than with this infusion.

  • Redbush Caramel Velvet
The Redbush (Rooibos) is indigenous to South Africa and is renowned for its health benefits. Full of antioxidents and with zero caffeine this infusion is sweet and almost sugary with caramel overtones and can be described as indulgent luxurious. This infusion deeply aromatic and deep copper in colour.

Peacocks Tearoom

Peacocks Tearoom
65 Waterside
Ely
Cambs
CB7 4AU

Peacocks Tearoom logo
  INTRODUCTION

George and Rachel Peacock add a little extra to this award winning and traditional tea room experience by offering a warm welcome and friendly, relaxed atmosphere! Light meals such as Norfolk ham salad and home-made cakes are available all day, including Rachel's scones, served with Cornish clotted cream.

George and Rachel consider that it is always time for a cup of tea and offer a remarkable choice with over 50 teas, ranging from the well known to many unusual varieties. Try something different - maybe a Kashmiri (black tea blended with Indian spices and orange peel) to be enjoyed with a slice of one of Rachel's home made cakes!

Over the last 10 years George and Rachel Peacock have established the reputation of their award winning tearoom in their own home as one of the best places to relax and enjoy traditional hospitality and good homemade food. Now they offer Bed& Breakfast to the same high standard in two roomy suites upstairs - the Brewery House and the Cottage.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
Closed except for Bank Holidays
Tues:
10.30am to 5.00pm - July & August only
Weds:
10.30am to 5.00pm
Thurs:
10.30am to 5.00pm
Fri:
10.30am to 5.00pm
Sat:
10.30am to 5.00pm
Sun:
10.30am to 5.00pm

Owners

George and Rachel Peacock
Peacocks Tearoom
65 Waterside
Ely
Cambs
CB7 4AU

Phone: 01353 661100
Web: www.peacockstearoom.co.uk
Email: peacockstea@fastmail.co.uk

  NOTES

Gift Idea at Peacocks

Around 70 of the wonderful teas that are available in the tearoom can be purchased to take home. What a lovely gift to give or receive ....OR just to keep!

Gift Vouchers

These can be purchased at Peacocks for their famous Cream Teas and "Full Monty" Afternoon Tea.

Last Orders

Last orders are at 4.30pm.


Priory House Tea Rooms

Priory House Tea Rooms
Priory House Heritage Centre
33 High Street South
Dunstable
LU6 3RZ

Priory House Tea Rooms logo
  INTRODUCTION

The award winning Priory House Tea Rooms is located in the heart of Dunstable with wonderful views across the beautifully kept, Green Flag Awarded, Priory Gardens. During warmer months the tea rooms provide an outdoor eating area, on the terrace, at the back of the house.

The town centre location means that Priory House Tea Rooms is easily accessible by public transport, and there are also a number of public car parks in close proximity.

We at Priory House Tea rooms are passionate about loose leaf tea and the treat of Afternoon Tea. The team have been perfecting our Afternoon Tea over the years and we are sure that a visit to Priory House Tea Rooms will not disappoint. We are also very lucky to have Priory House as our home, this Grade II* listed building is steeped in history and our unique 13th century Undercroft is a wonderful setting in which to take Afternoon Tea.

Our traditional tea room is fully licensed and offers a range of hot meals, sandwiches, wraps, cakes, cream teas, pastries and not forgetting our Afternoon Tea. We pride ourselves in using locally sourced foods and make as much as possible in our kitchen by our very own chef.

 

The History and Culture of Tea, launched in conjunction with the 150th Anniversary of the Ceylon Tea Industry.

This brand new, fascinating exhibition detailing the history of tea was officially opened on Saturday 25 March 2017 by Her Excellency (Ms) Amari Wijewardene, The High Commissioner for Sri Lanka and Councillor Peter Hollick, Town Mayor of Dunstable.

The exhibition is fully open for visitors between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm, Monday to Saturday and features various aspects about the global history of tea that lies behind our daily cuppa. You will find information on the people behind the industry, health benefits, other uses, how tea is drunk in different countries, the growth and production and some interesting, genuine pieces of tea memorabilia. There is also the opportunity to indulge your senses by touching and smelling different types of tea. Lastly and by no means least, you can tease your tastebuds to a variety of different teas in the Dunstable Tea range at Priory House Tea Rooms. If you find one that you want to take away, don?t worry you can purchase the teas in our gift shop.

Look out for special talks, tastings and Afternoon Teas, all devoted to the understanding and enjoyment of our national beverage.

For further information, please contact Priory House.

 

  TEA MENU

Tea

Priory House Tea Rooms serves Dunstable Tea. It offers a variety of top quality loose leaf teas created, and named, for the history and heritage of Dunstable. The range is made up of 20 different teas and infusions.

Dunstable Tea is also available for sale in loose leaf form and six varieties are also available in tea bags for just £3.00 a box:

Kingsbury ? Kenyan

This broken Orange Pekoe comes from Kenya.  The liquor is full-bodied and suffused with favour.  This tea is named after the royal residence build in 1123 by King Henry I.

Prince George ?  Blend of Assam & Kenyan

A blend of Assam and Keyan teas relased to commemorate the birth of His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.  The blend was chosen for its strength and richness, with a traditional warm dark reddish colour of Kenyan tea.

Anna Maria?s ? Afternoon Tea

China Keemun merged with Darjeeling offers tea with a little more body,  ideally suited for the afternoon, and named after the 7th Duchess of Bedford who is said to have started the trend for afternoon tea in the early 1800s.

Canon's Choice

This is a high tea from the Harmutty Tea Estate in the state of Assam.  It is brisk and robust, with a full boddied malty character.  It has been named for the Augustinian Order of Canons at Dunstable Priory. The Canons wore an all black habit and were known as the Black Canons.

Cloisters

A twisted large leaf Ceylon Orange Pekoe, grown at the Kenilworth Tea Garden in Sri Lanka.  This tea, named for the cloisters within the original Priory walls, the remains of which can still be seen in the undulating landscape of the Priory Meadow, has a lovely flavour suitable for any time of day.

Black Friars

This is a blend of Chinese teas, including Lapsang Souchong, creating a flavour with the slightest hint of smoke.  It is named for the Dominican Friars who came to Dunstable in 1259 and built a Friary to the west of High Street South.  Like the Canon's the Friars also wore a black habit and were known as the Black Friars.

Norman King

Darjeeling, known as the king of teas, is a light, black tea.  This Second Flush leaf comes from the Makaibari Tea Garden in Kurseong, West Bengal.  Named for the Norman King, Henry I who founded the Dunstable Priory in the 1100's gave Dunstable its Charters and was the Grandson of William the Conqueror

Earl Grey

It is a light, slightly perfumed tea with a hint of bergamot, making it smooth and very refreshing whether served with milk or with a slice of lemon.

Queen Eleanor

A blend of light, Green tea and winter spices a more delicate version of a classic black chai.  We have named this tea after Queen Eleanor, beloved wife of King Edward I whose body was transported from Lincoln to Westminster, stopping overnight at the Priory in December 1292.  A small commemorative statue resides in the town to replace the original cross.

Dame Sayers Peppermint

A light, Green tea infused with Pepermint Oil, named for Dame Sayers Manor, the name by which Priory House was reffered to in the late 17th century when it was left to Robert Crawley's wife following his death in 1694.

Grove House

A blend of Sencha Green Tea with Mango pieces.  This tea is named for Grove House; originally a coaching inn called the Duke's Arms.  The inn was later rented out as two houses; Grove House and The Beeches.  In the early 1900's the houses were combined into a single building once again by arthur Bagshawe and sold to Dunstable Borough Council in 1936.

Maiden Bower

A light Sencha Green tea made from small leaves, neatly rolled and uniform in shape and is especially rare.  Named for the Maiden Bower Hillfort, the most significant Iron Age monument in the country, which sits on the Green Lanes on the north west edge of Dunstable.

Infusions

Prior's Garden

This is a rich fruity infusion made up of berries which is naturally caffeine free and has a mulled wine flavour.  Named for the Monastic leader of the Cannons at the Augustinian Priory.  Priors would have had far superior accommodation often with their own garden in which to contemplate.

Queen Mary

A blood orange flavoured infusion, naturally caffeine free with a strong citrus flavour which we have named after Mary Tudor, the Bloody Queen, who throughout her reign presecuted and executed many of the leading Protestants of her time.  Her mother, Catherine of Aragon, had her marriage annulled in the Priory in 1533 and Mary in later years, gave the church a decorated wooden screen that can still be seen.

Saracen's Head

This infusion of apple and lemon pieces has a warm spiced flavour and is naturally caffeine free, we have named it for the Saracen's Head, Dunstable's oldest surviving inn.  Parts of the building date back to the 16th century, although much of the original building was destroyed in a fire in 1815. A buried hoard of Civil War coins were found hidden during the rebuild.

Tudor

Often referred to as Red Bush, Rooibos is a naturally caffeine free infusion that contains high levels of anti-oxidants.  It is grown in a small area in the region of the Western Cape province of South Africa.  This has been named for the Tudors, who have had such an impact on Dunstable.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
10 am to 4:30 pm
Tues:
10 am to 4:30 pm
Weds:
10 am to 4:30 pm
Thurs:
10 am to 4:30 pm
Fri:
10 am to 4:30 pm
Sat:
10 am to 4:30 pm
Sun:
CLOSED

Centre Manager

Helen Walker-Sygrove
Priory House Tea Rooms
Priory House Heritage Centre
33 High Street South
Dunstable
LU6 3RZ

Phone: 01582 891420
Web: www.dunstable.gov.uk/priory_house_tea_rooms.htm
Email: prioryhouse@dunstable.gov.uk

  NOTES

A selection of buffet menus is available for Christenings, funeral teas and other gatherings, or as part of a booking for corporate events and small groups.

Priory House Tea Rooms also have a 5* rating for Food Hygiene standards, and recently was awarded a TripAdvisor Award for Excellence by our customers.


The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny
15 Cross Street
Abergavenny
NP7 5EN

The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny logo
  INTRODUCTION

The Angel Hotel is a luxurious hotel, located in the centre of Abergavenny.

Situated between 7 hills on the Welsh/English border, Abergavenny is often referred to as the ?Gateway to Wales?.

The Angel has previously held an ?Award of Excellence? from The Tea Guild since 2008.  In 2011 The Angel Hotel were proud recipients of The Tea Guild?s top national award, ?The Top City & Country Hotel Tea Award? considered to be the Oscar of the tea world.

Each morning, specialist baker, Sally Lane and her team freshly prepare the sandwiches, savouries, cakes and scones ready for the afternoon. Afternoon tea is served daily in The Wedgewood room.

There are wide range of teas and infusions on offer at The Angel. Guests are encouraged to experiment with the varieties on offer and staff are very knowledgeable about all the teas and infusions.

Guests are also able to purchase a variety of teas and beautiful teapots to take home, in addition to the extremely popular High Tea vouchers available, which make a lovely gift.

High Tea can also be served in one of The Angel?s three private event spaces for 10 or more guests. There?s no rush; relax with friends and enjoy being looked after by a dedicated member of our team.

  TEA MENU

Tea

  • Black Teas:

Complex and intense in flavour. There is huge variation within this type of tea.

ASSAM
This Indian tea from Assam is one of the world?s oldest varieties. It has a rich, dark liquor and smooth, round, malty flavour.

DARJEELING FIRST FLUSH
A rare and sophisticated Indian black tea comes from the first tender new shoots grown between February and April on the foothills of the Himalayas, producing a light liquor with a delicate flavour of green muscatel.

DARJEELING SECOND FLUSH
This Indian black tea comes from the second harvest grown from May onwards in the foothills of the Himalayas, producing a wonderful amber liquor with a delicate muscatel flavour.

JUBILEE TEA
Keemun Gong Fu is one the finest black teas in the world. It was so highly regarded that the Chinese referred to it as the ?prince of tea?, due to the reputation of its exquisite flavour and rich fragrance.

YUNNAN GOLD PEARLS
This black tea is from the rich-soiled Yunnan province. Golden, down covered buds develop into a brew with an auburn sheen. A rounded richness with an underlying sweetness.

CEYLON
Outstanding orange pekoe, whole leaves from Sri Lanka: full bodied, soothing and complex. A powerful liquor with a coppery colour.

Scented Black Teas:

EARL GREY
This sophisticated blend of black Sri Lankan tea pairs the fruity notes of bergamot with a hint of citrus. Balanced and full of body with an ample and lasting flavour.

VANILLA
A blend of Assam from the organic Gossainbari Estate in India and Chinese Yunnan black tea with the finest Madagascan vanilla. Rich sweet and warm with hints of caramel.

LAPSANG
A large leaf black tea from China, smoked over pine fires, lively yet soft-textured and full, with a great tarry aromatic quality.

MASALA CHAI
A unique blend of high quality Sri Lankan black tea carefully scented with the finest Indian spices including cardamom, cinnamon, anise, cloves and ginger.

TEA AU CHOCOLATE
This refined tea combines black teas from China and India, organic Madagascan vanilla pods and Peruvian cocoa nibs, creating a subtle and velvety taste.

  • Pu-erh:

Called ?Black Tea? by the Chinese and was exclusive to China for centuries. These teas have an earthy mature character.

3-YEAR VINTAGE MINI TUO
An ancient tea from Yunnan in China, this dark brew has smokiness, and a warm, earthy, apricot flavour.

  • Green Teas:

Generally described as ?unoxidized?, no chemical change occurs during their manufacture.

ORGANIC DRAGON WELL
Healthy Chinese tea rich in antioxidants, full of grassy freshness with a sweet undertone. It is best enjoyed with a squeeze of lemon or drizzle of honey. Highly respected.

SENCHA SUPREME
An ancient tea from Kyoto, Japan; with beautiful emerald colour leaves. It has a mellow sweetness perfectly balanced with a mild and refreshing astringency.

JASMINE PEARLS
Our Jasmine Pearl tea is composed of the most perfectly balanced spring green tea, repeatedly hand rolled and scented with fresh jasmine flowers.

GREEN PEACH
A traditional blend of Sencha green tea, dry fruit pieces and sunflower blossoms. A light flavoured and refreshing green tea with hints of peach.

DRAGON EYE
This hand crafted tea is grown and made in the Chinese province of Fujian from tender downy buds that display a flower blossom. A light and Fragrant base, an arch of pure jasmine blossoms and a globe amarinth flower which blossoms above when infused.

  • Oolong:

Partially or semi-fermented and sometimes referred to as blue teas, traditionally manufacturedin China or Taiwan.

PHOENIX HONEY
The Phoenix Honey Orchid comes from the Guangdong Province of China, where the finest Oolong teas originate, this tea is sweet and fruity with an aroma of honey.

IRON BUDHA
A whole leaf tea from Fujian province in China. Intensely floral, hand-rolled and fired to create the flavour. Amber fragrant liquor combines the taste of almond with a hint of chestnut.

  • White Tea:

Lightly oxidised tea, harvested from the buds and leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant.

IMPERIAL WHITE
Precious buds (70,000 per kilo of tea) called ?silver needles? are gently dried, to give a delicate mellow flavour, with hints of cucumber and melon. The tea is soft, sweet and unforgettable.

Infusions

  • Fruit Tea:

Not actual teas; fruits, steeped in hot water. May contain caffeine. Usually taken straight.

RUSSIAN FLOWERS
Only the finest natural ingredients have been selected to create this delicate blend of Golden Dragon black tea with flowers from Kolomna. Infused with warming notes of orange blossom, lemon grass and hibiscus.

VERY BERRY
Whole blackcurrants, elderberries, cracked hibiscus shells and strawberries make this sumptuous herbal infusion delightfully refreshing. Vivid, intense and lively with a rich spectrum of berry fruits.

MANGO TWIST
A delicious blend of fresh green tea, rich black tea and whole mango pieces. Sweet, lightly spicy and refreshing.

STRAWBERRY AND KIWI
A deliciously fresh blend flavoured with ripe strawberries and tropical kiwi fruit, redolent of summer.

PASSIONFRUIT AND ORANGE
Artful blend of orange and tropical passion fruit flavours produce a beautiful ruby red drink that is loaded with great flavour. 

WILD CHERRY
Cherry is a dark red beverage with an intense fruity flavour whose colour resembles ripe cherries light scented.

ROSEHIP AND CHERRIES
A caffeine free, full flavoured blend of organic rosehip berries, cherries, currants and elderberries with almond pieces. It is a light and soothing infusion.

  • Herbal Infusions:

Created using freshly picked and dried whole herbs and flowers. Naturally caffeine free.

GINGER TEA
Ginger and lemon creates an invigorating balanced infusion which is smooth and refreshing. It is light, refined and perfectly balanced.

MOROCCAN MINT
Grown especially for the Angel and looked after by our own Gardener.  Fresh leaves are picked on demand. Green, smooth, refreshing.  A traditional simple light infusion.

CHAMOMILE FLOWERS
Egyptian. A floral infusion of whole flowers; a calming, fresh, light flavour.

WHOLE ROSE BUDS
Soothing, soft and refreshing. Buds of white tea are mixed with tender oriental rosebuds. The flowers give a fresh, velvety taste. From Iran.

LEMON VERBENA
This refreshing tea is made from the cut leaves of pure lemon verbena. With a lovely rich lemon scent and flavour when infused.

LEMON GRASS AND GINGER ROOT
Oriental flavours from Thailand. Bright, assertive and refreshing. Thin slices of the dried roots are infused.

FENNEL
A fragrant mix of ginger, fennel seeds, cardamom pods, liquorice root and whole rose buds. A refreshing infusion with a delicious Astringency.

SOUTH AFRICAN ROUGE
A herbal Infusion from South African red bush tree, very high in antioxidants. It is accented by refreshing cranberry and orange notes. 

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Tues:
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Weds:
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Thurs:
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Fri:
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Sat:
2.00pm - 5.30pm
Sun:
2.00pm - 5.30pm

Sales & Marketing Manager

Jo Nugent
The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny
15 Cross Street
Abergavenny
NP7 5EN

Phone: 01873 857121
Web: www.angelabergavenny.com
Email: reservations@angelabergavenny.com


The Goring Hotel

The Goring Hotel
15 Beeston Place
London
SW1W 0JN

The Goring Hotel logo
  INTRODUCTION

The Goring did not invent afternoon tea; however the Goring family has been serving it for over 100 years.  The Tea Guild honoured us in 2013 with the most coveted prize ? The Top London Afternoon Tea Award 2013.  Afternoon tea is served on well spaced tables by the fireplace in the winter and overlooking the magnificent acre of manicured garden in the summer.  Afternoon tea guests are encouraged to join in the croquet which is in full swing on the pristine English lawn.

Her Majesty the Queen recently bestowed a royal warrant to the hotel which was also a favourite of the late Queen Mother.

Our finest range of many and varied teas and infusions are individually sourced from the world?s top growing regions.  From single estates in Sri Lanka to family owned Himalayan plantations. We offered a great variety of tea Black and White tea, Oolong tea, Green tea and the increasingly popular infusions.

Our Black Teas

Produced from the leaves of different varieties of camellia bush, black teas are cut, rolled and oxidizied naturally in the open air, and fired to create varying degrees of colour and concentration.  Regional climate and soils, altitude, and careful manipulation of the processes all contribute to create surprising variations in flavor in flavor and colour.

Our White Teas

Picked, withered and sun or machine dried over a low heat, with no rolling to break the leaf skin, white tea has a mild, sweet, and distinctive flavor, without any of the grassy or vegetal flavours associated with green tea. It also has relatively low caffeine.

Our Green Teas

Fired soon after picking to prevent oxidation and preserve their green colouring, these teas are aromatic and characterful.  They have less caffeine than black varieties, yet still seem to give a considerable lift to the spirits.

Our Infusions

Freshly packed fruits and herbs that deliver an aromatic, invigorating and clean taste.  A wonderful fillip.  All these infusions can be enjoyed with the addition of honey or sugar.

  TEA MENU

Tea

BLACK TEAS:

The Goring Afternoon Blend

Our own blend of Assam and second flush Darjeeling makes for a light and delicate drink that is nevertheless satiating in its grip and strength

Fortnum and Mason Royal Blend

First blended for Edward VII in 1903 Royal is a blend of Assam and Ceylon characterised by a smooth and honey- like flavor

Ceylon

Harvested in the hill country of Sir Lanka and specially graded.  This bright cup has a full bodied and lively, spicy palate

Assam

Grown in the North- Eastern Indian state of Assam, the leaves have large golden tips, delicious malty aftertaste. Full bodied and brisk.

Lapsang Souchong

From the Zhen Shan province in China.  The large chunky Congou leaves are smoked over open pine fires to give this tea a thick, smoky aroma, with a sweet ginger and caramel aftertaste.

Earl Grey

Long leaf Ceylon and tippy Assam leaves.  Full bodied, with the natural fragrance and citrus flavour of ripe bergamot orange.  Much more floral than the Prime Minister who gave his name to it.

Premier Darjeeling

Grown in West Bengal in the shadow of the Himalayas.  Darjeeling means ?land of the thunderbolt?.  The silver tipped leaves are twisted whole and so release a delicate flavor and light colour.

WHITE TEAS:

Silver Needle

Made in the Fujian province from the Fuding Da Bai leaf.  Light, delicate quenching flavours are underpinned by a cucumber and melon freshness.  Surprisingly full textured with a satisfying velvety finish

Oolong Tea

The production of Oolong tea is extremely elaborate.  After withering and tossing on bamboo trays, the leaves are turned in a bamboo drum to bruise the edges and encourage oxidation.  The tea is then fired, hand rolled and fired again in a complicated cycle until its finished taste and character is achieved.

Yellow Gold Oolong

Grown in the Fujian Province.  A complex tea that combines typical Oolong body with the grassy freshness of a young green tea.  An aroma of blossoming lilies seems to lift the spirits.

GREEN TEAS:

Dragon Well

Picked once a year before the Quing Ming Lunar Festival in Zhenjiang, the site of the original Dragon Well.  This tea has a grassy freshness, underscored by the subtle liquorice root complexity and body.

Organic Maojian

From the leaf of the same name, this tea is from the misty garden of Anhui, where the nights are long there is little direct sunshine.  Grassy, aromatic and brisk, with a velvety texture.

Jasmine Pearls

Harvested in the Fujian Province and processed as green tea, then hand rolled with Jasmine into pearls with lavish ivory tips.  Rich, round and deeply jasmine infused.

Infusions

Rosebuds

Gently dried whole rose buds.  Light and fragrant yet soothing

Camomile Flowers

Handpicked Camomile flowers from Egypt. Gently aromatic, smooth on the palate and very calming.

Blackcurrant and Hibiscus

A vibrant and fruity infusion with a deep red colour.  Soothing for the stomach.

Mango and Strawberry

A colourful mix of red and orange fruit with dark cerise hibiscus petals.  Hugely refreshing.

English Mint

Locally grown, fresh mint leaves.  The aroma, colour and taste are delightful.

Peppermint

Delicate mid green, dried whole leaves of peppermint.  Cool, clear mint flavor with a refreshing clean aftertaste.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm
Tues:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm
Weds:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm
Thurs:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm
Fri:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm
Sat:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm
Sun:
3.00pm ? 5.00pm

Hotel Manager

Mr Stuart Geddes
The Goring Hotel
15 Beeston Place
London
SW1W 0JN

Phone: 020 7396 9000
Web: www.thegoring.com
Email: thelounge@thegoring.com

  NOTES

For further information please visit our website, www.thegoring.com;  telephone 020 7396 9000 or email:  thelounge@thegoring.com


The Lowry Hotel

The Lowry Hotel
50 Dearmans Place
Chapel Wharf, Salford
Manchester
M3 5LH

The Lowry Hotel logo
  INTRODUCTION

The River Bar & Grill is the restaurant and bar at The Lowry Hotel opened in April 2001 and is situated on the first floor of the five star Lowry Hotel, part of Rocco Forte Hotels.

Created by renowned designers Olga Polizzi and the late David Collins, The River Bar & Grill combines contemporary and classical design in a light filled oasis, overlooking the River Irwell.

The River Bar & Grill offers 108 covers. An additional private dining room for 20 people is also available, perfect for private events such as baby showers of a celebration of any kind.

  TEA MENU

Tea

We offer an innovative range of the finest quality loose leaf teas and herbal infusions hand sourced from the world?s finest tea farmers in China, India, Sri Lanka, Japan and Taiwan.

Infusions

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
2.15pm to 4.00pm
Tues:
2.15pm to 4.00pm
Weds:
2.15pm to 4.00pm
Thurs:
2.15pm to 4.00pm
Fri:
2.15pm to 4.00pm
Sat:
Noon to 4pm
Sun:
3.15pm to 5pm

Manager

Huseyin Bozkurt
The Lowry Hotel
50 Dearmans Place
Chapel Wharf, Salford
Manchester
M3 5LH

Phone: 0161 827 4041
Web: www.roccofortehotels.com/hotels-and-resorts/thelowry-hotel
Email: Enquiries.lowry@roccofortehotels.com

  NOTES

The River Bar & Grill will be launching a range of special Afternoon Tea Events in the summer of 2014.


The Montague on the Gardens

The Montague on the Gardens
15 Montague Street
Bloomsbury
London
WC1B 5BJ

The Montague on the Gardens logo
  INTRODUCTION

An intimately serene atmosphere pervades this townhouse which feels more like a country hotel than one set within the famous literary Bloomsbury area of central London. The beautiful gardens help to foster this impression, while indoors the stylish public rooms are staffed by a dedicated and discreet team. The Montague on the Gardens hotel seems to inhabit two worlds. In front, is the British Museum and the hurly-burly of tourist London. To the rear, there's a serene private garden, cut off from the city by a rectangle of fine Georgian townhouses. Between the two lies The Montague - an intriguing blend of up-to-the-minute city vibrancy and old-world Bloomsbury calm.

Afternoon Tea in the Conservatory draws local residents as well as visitors. They come to catch up with the day's news and to demolish a generous plate of scones, served with strawberry jam and Devonshire clotted cream. Tea in the conservatory is delightful, with views on to the grounds beyond; or you can go one better in the summer, and sit on the terrace under a large sunshade.

This hotel has been awarded 'The Tea Guild special Awards of Excellence 2011, 2012, 2013' in recognition of its outstanding quality and consistently high standards in Afternoon Tea service.

  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
12noon ? 6.00pm
Tues:
12noon ? 6.00pm
Weds:
12noon ? 6.00pm
Thurs:
12noon ? 6.00pm
Fri:
12noon ? 6.00pm
Sat:
12noon ? 6.00pm
Sun:
12noon ? 6.00pm

Food & Beverage Manager

Ms Arjeta Arapi
The Montague on the Gardens
15 Montague Street
Bloomsbury
London
WC1B 5BJ

Phone: +44 (0)207 6371001
Web: www.montaguehotel.com
Email: aarapi@rchmail.com

  NOTES

DIETARY REQUIREMENTS

Please note that we will be delighted to accommodate any special dietary requirements that you may have, including all vegetarian sandwiches, gluten free breads, pastries & scones and removing any fresh  cream and mayonnaise products from the afternoon tea stand.

If requested, we will endeavour to ensure that there are no nuts in the afternoon tea offering. However all afternoon tea products are produced in an environment where nuts are used and we cannot guarantee that our food is 100% free from nuts or nut traces. Please just let any member of our team know if you have any dietary requirements.


The Ritz London

The Ritz London
150 Piccadilly
London
W1J 9BR

The Ritz London logo
  INTRODUCTION

In keeping with the beautiful surroundings of The Palm Court, pretty chinaware and silver tea services perfectly complement the charm of the room.  An extensive choice of 16 different types of loose leaf teas and infusions is offered.

The Traditional English Afternoon Tea menu includes freshly cut finger sandwiches with a variety of fillings including Smoked Salmon, Ham, Cucumber and Egg Mayonnaise to name a few. Warm baked raisin and apple scones with strawberry preserve and clotted Devonshire cream followed with a delectable selection of cream cakes and afternoon tea pastries topping the tiered cake stand.

The ambience of Afternoon Tea is complete with musical accompaniment from resident pianist Ian Gomes. Ian Gomes is the master of the international language of the piano.

  TEA MENU

Tea

  • Ritz Royal English is an exquisite Kenyan blend of malty Assam and the fine flavor of Ceylon.
  • Darjeeling First Flush is the Champagne of teas from the Himalayan foothills creating a light yellow to copper-red colour and a delicate flowery aroma. 
  • Assam Leaf is a full bodied black tea from Northern India.  The golden leaf yields a strong rich aroma, malty flavor and red colour.
  • Ceylon Orange Pekoe is a whole leaf black tea from Sri Lanka producing a rich amber colour with full flavor and scented aroma.
  • Russian Caravan is a blend from China, Formosa and Darjeeling leaves reminiscent of tea carried to Russia from China by camels.
  • Earl Grey is a large leafed Chinese black tea with refreshing citrus bergamot, silky and smooth with a delightful aroma.
  • Oonlong Formosa is a semi-fermented tea from Taiwan, attractive amber hue, slightly nutty taste yet fully developed aroma.
  • Jasmine With Flowers is a green Chinese tea from Fujian, scented with jasmine flowers, offering a wonderfully perfumed light refreshing tea.
  • Rose Congou is a black tea from Guangdong, China, enriched with rose petals giving the tea  a gentle, light rose aroma.
  • Lapsang Souchong Imperiale is a large leaf black tea from Fujian, China, which has been smoked over pine fires to give a smoky, silky tarriness.
  • Chun Mee is an unfermented green tea, long fine jade leaves, elegant pale yellow liquor, lightly scented, highly refreshing velvety green taste.

Infusions

  • Moroccan Mint is a wonderfully invigorating spearmint tea, caffeine free, highly scented, stimulating in the morning, soothing digestif.
  • Camomile Flowers is a calming and delicate infusion of natural chamomile with a floral aroma and sweet, soothing flavour.
  • Lemon Verbana is an elegant, sparkling lemon tasting tisane, a refreshing digestif.
  • Passion Fruit And Orange has a truly wonderful taste, apple, hibiscus, sweet orange peel blended with passion fruit and orange.
  • Rooibos Red Tea is 100% caffeine free, rich in vitamin C, mineral salts, proteins and anti-oxidants.
  OPENING TIMES

Hours

Mon:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Tues:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Weds:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Thurs:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Fri:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Sat:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Sun:
11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm

Marketing Manager

Joi Chuku
The Ritz London
150 Piccadilly
London
W1J 9BR

Phone: +44 (0)207 300 2345
Web: www.theritzlondon.com
Email: tea@theritzlondon.com

  NOTES

Dietary Requirements
With at least 48 hours? notice the Afternoon Tea menu can be altered for your personal dietary requirements.

Dress Code
Please note that befitting the elegance of The Ritz a formal dress code sets the tone - jeans and sportswear shoes are not permitted and gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie.

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