Whittard of Chelsea Queen of Hearts Tea and Biscuits National Tea Day in the UK was on April 21st, which also happens to fall on the Queen’s birthday. In honor of the occasion I celebrated with one of my favorite teas, Whittard of Chelsea’s English Rose Tea, paired with their “Queen of Hearts” Strawberry Biscuits.
Hi everyone! I have a new blog, devoted to afternoon tea in Britain! I’ll be exploring the best places for afternoon tea in the UK, sharing my adventures and discoveries. I’ll also be writing city guides to destinations around the UK as well as creating afternoon tea recipes inspired by my travels. British Tearooms by
Afternoon tea in the Belmont Room at Betty’s of York is a must when visiting this wonderful historical city in northern England. Built in 1919, the room was named after the cafe’s founder, the Swiss baker and merchant Fredrick Belmont. This is the place where tourists come in droves to purchase the famous “Fat Rascal,”
The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum and Mason serves afternoon tea fit for a queen. One of the most luxurious department stores in London, the venerable store has been serving tea in their upstairs salon since 1926. The salon underwent a renovation in 2012 when it was reopened as the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon,
A visit to Bath wouldn’t be complete without a stop for afternoon tea at the Hands Georgian Tearoom, located at the foot of the Bath Abbey and the Ancient Roman Spa. It’s a great place to drink tea while surrounded by incredible history. Their afternoon tea service consists of assorted tea sandwiches, including roast beef