We drink over 100 million cups of tea every day here in the UK - but just how British is it? From a Chinese legend in 2737 BC to a Portuguese Princess in the 17th century, here's a brief history of how tea came to be the nation's favourite drink.
To celebrate Afternoon Tea Week, DesignMyNight have rounded up the best tiers around London. From Aladdin-themed caves dishing out peanut butter macaroons to afternoon tea on a vintage double decker bus, it's time to get those pinkies up.
Calling all cheese fans: a cheese-themed afternoon tea is set to launch in London where each dish will be inspired by your
A fluffy, tender and light cake with a subtle tea flavour and gorgeous lemon curd filling. Topped with a light lemon curd flavoured mascarpone cream, this cake is best served with a cup of Earl Grey tea, and will last for up to two days. You will need 2 x 20cm cake tins and a wire rack for this recipe.
A luxury London hotel is now offering vegan afternoon tea with all the traditional trimmings - and it looks delicious. The
Thank goodness for that.
For years, northerners and southerners have fought over the correct way to pronounce ‘scone’ - after all, it’s a traditional