Saturday, 2 June 2012

Have You Heard? London: The Langham, Asprey Diamond Jubilee Tea

Kate: All across London the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations have begun! Chelsie and I have been on a quest to find you the very best afternoon tea's honouring this glorious occasion. 

We could not resist sharing with you all this simply stunning Jubilee Afternoon Tea served exclusively at the Palm Court in The Langham Hotel.  

The Langham Hotel is a beautiful five star luxury hotel in Regent Street. The hotel has recently been presented by the prestigious Tea Guild an 'Award of Excellence' in recognition of their outstanding quality and consistently high standards in tea service. With this in mind, Chelsie and I can only imagine how amazing this tea must be! 

Asprey Diamond Jubilee Afternoon Tea 

Chelsie: This Afternoon Tea designed especially for the Diamond Jubilee sees The Langham Hotel join forces with the luxury goods brand Asprey. 

The Langham's critically acclaimed Head Pastry Chef, Cherish Finden, has designed a selection of dreamy delights based on her interpretation of Asprey's highly desirable jewellery collections. 

Kate and I cannot wait to try this afternoon tea!

The Menu

Tea Seating are 1pm, 3.15pm and 5.30pm

Choose from The Langham's range of tea's with the assistance of The Langham's sommelier

Speciality sandwiches including; 
Parmesan with celery and cream cheese
Smoked duck with foie gras and blackcurrant
Asparagus with Wiltshire ham, Gruyere and chives
Cornish crab with cumber and shiso 
Smoked Scottish Salmon mousse with caviar

Selection of scones made from The Langham's Palm Court Bakery 
Bedford scone 
Raisons soaked in Louis Roederer
Chocolate and marinated orange 

Served with Devonshire clotted cream and strawberry preserve 

The selection of pasturer and cakes inspired by Aspreys most recent jewellery collection
Praline Truffle 
Pina colada macaroon with Malibu
Blueberry and bilberry battenburg
Purple jasmine with apricot 
Blackcurrant and white chocolate mousse

The Asprey Afternoon Tea is priced at £49, and is available until October 2012. 

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