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We round up our top four afternoon teas

This May we are celebrating the return of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show with a round-up of our favourite afternoon teas.

1. Promenade Afternoon Tea Series at The Dorchester

The Dorchester is offering the quintessential Chelsea Flower Show inspired afternoon tea. Enjoy a glass of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé champagne, tempting pastries and exquisite scones all in the surroundings of The Dorchester’s Promenade.

£55 per person from 19 – 25 May 2014. find out more

 

2. Hats off to Chelsea with The Langham’s Bijoux Tea 

Famed as the birthplace of the afternoon tea tradition, The Langham will transform the world famous Palm Court into a garden paradise. Inspired by the Laurent-Perrier Chelsea garden, guests can enjoy a Bijoux Tea with delicious cakes including an English Rose Garden Chocolate Cremeux, Financier Elderflower and Greek yoghurt Panna Cotta topped with a floral décor.

Prices start at £52 per person and will be available from 15th May. find out more

 

3. Edible Garden at The InterContinental London, Westminster 

This visually stunning edible garden is a real treat for indulgent foodies. Enjoy a selection of sandwiches and lavender infused scones with a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne. The decadent desserts include a Lemon Hedge Box, Crushed Violet Macaroon and the Laurent-Perrier Strawberry Champagne Bubble.

£44 per person. find out more

 

4. Chelsea Flower Show Afternoon Tea from The Orangery at Kensington Palace

The Orangery at Kensington Palace is the perfect location to enjoy this traditional English afternoon tea. Orange scented scones with fresh clotted cream, smoked salmon sandwiches and an assortment of pastries are the order of the day all served with a glass of Laurent-Perrier Brut.

£34 per person. find out more