We sat down with founder of Rare Tea Company, Henrietta Lovell, while she reflected on this nation’s long and tumultuous love affair with tea.
Oh we British and our tea, who doesn't like a fine of tea? It's time to spill the tea on the best afternoon tea sessions, discover the tea etiquette around the world and many more!
Looking for some afternoon tea ideas? We recently went for afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental and were as thrilled as you are!
Looking for a charming place to enjoy a cup of tea and a macaron? Laduree pastry shop provides many special tea flavours and sweet treats.
Hear about The London Blogger’s Adventures in Wonderland with her Alice in Wonderland afternoon tea review from Taj 51 in London.
Staying away from alcohol for dry January? Here’s some amazing non-alcoholic options out there for your imbibing pleasure.
Do you need some etiquette tips for afternoon tea? Here are a few tips to get you settled and a few experiences to try out your skills.
The history of Japanese Tea ceremonies dates back for many centuries and has a great deal of meaning. Find out more about this tradition here.
The Ladurée pastry house, based in Paris, has been making macarons since the mid-20th century and they are simply the best.
Afternoon tea will never be the same again. These fun and creative options offer an alternative twist on the traditional afternoon tea in London.
While Brits love a cuppa, not many know how to make the very most of one. Find out how to go tea tasting and consider of these tea tasting experiences.
We speak to Lovell, Founder of Rare Tea Company, and Britain’s very own ‘Tea Lady’ to answer the question, ‘is Britain enjoying tea as it should?’.
As you may have discovered with other experiences, you taste a whole lot with your eyes. These are the things you should know before going tea tasting.