Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Edible Garden Afternoon Tea At InterContinental London Westminster ( 28th April - 25th May)

To celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show, InterContinental London Westminster has created an exquisite Edible Garden Afternoon Tea. 

During May, the luxury hotel has partnered with Laurent-Perrier champagne to create sensational tiers of savouries, delightful floral fancies and seasonal English classics to reflect the elegance of Laurent-Perrier champagne and embody their beautiful Chelsea garden. 

Free flowing champagne and British seasonal ingredients have been matched with a selection of delicate floral teas to make this Afternoon Tea experience the perfect balance of a feast for the eyes and a classic spread to excite your taste buds.

The Edible Garden

Including free-flowing

Laurent-Perrier Brut Champagne for the duration of the sitting time

A selection of savouries
Baby vegetable shot
Garden pea and basil tart
Miniature eggs Benedict
Roast beef and horseradish on beetroot bread
Smoked chicken and tarragon tear drop
Delicate goat cheese and tomato with cheddar shortbread
Smoked salmon roulade on rye bread 

Freshly baked mini Chelsea buns &Lavender infused scones

Served with Devonshire clotted cream, home-madestrawberry rose jam and lemon curd

Cakes and pastries
Lemon box hedge
Raspberry meringue pie
Laurent-Perrier strawberry champagne bubble
Crushed violet macaroon
Manjari Chocolate Pond
Chocolate pebbles

Floral Tea
A choice of herbal teas
Lemon Verbena Herbal Tea, Blackcurrant and Hibiscus Herbal Tea,
Whole Rose Buds, Flowering Osmanthus 
£44.00 per person


The InterContinental Westminster has teamed up with Laurent-Perrier to offer Afternoon Tea aficionados a chance to win a pair of tickets to RHS Chelsea Flower Show, one of the most sought after and sold-out events on the British social calendar.

How to Win! 
Simply book your afternoon tea through @ICWestminster site using the link below to be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a pair of tickets to the show

1 comment:

  1. Looks like a wonderful afternoon tea I have seen a few blog posts about this one so it is next on the list Lucy x