Afternoon Tea Reviews

A long-term lover of afternoon tea, it has ‘accidentally’ became a tradition of mine to have afternoon tea at each new destination I visit.

The idea all began during my first trip to Asia, when I visited Hong Kong and decided that I just had to have afternoon tea at The Peninsula. Chatting over the scones I started talking about how great it would be to try out different afternoon teas around the world and in that moment my ‘Global Afternoon Tea Challenge’ was born!

Since then I’ve been on the look out for exciting, quirky or renowned afternoon teas wherever I travel – and I regularly make time for afternoon teas at home here in the UK.

Here’s where my Global Afternoon Tea Challenge has taken me so far! Keri x

Afternoon tea at Buddha Bar, London

We try out afternoon tea at Buddha-Bar; a luxurious Asian-inspired restaurant and bar in the middle of a bustling London street.

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Afternoon tea at the Eastern & Oriental hotel Penang

Keri’s experience of afternoon tea at the Eastern & Oriental hotel Penang, colonial luxury overlooking the sea!

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Vintage afternoon tea at The Bristol Hotel

Keri and I head to Bristol to sample a vintage afternoon tea at the Bristol Hotel.

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Afternoon tea in Wales – The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

Review of afternoon tea at The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, Wales. Holder of a UK Tea Guild award for excellence.

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Chocoholics afternoon tea at the London Hilton on Park Lane

Chocoholics afternoon teas at the London Hilton on Park Lane are perfect for those with a sweet tooth, with great themed teas & masses of chocolate!

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The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – An Alice In Wonderland Inspired Afternoon …

Tumble down the rabbit hole and experience an Alice in Wonderland inspired afternoon tea at the Sanderson Hotel’s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party in London!

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Afternoon tea at the Milestone Hotel, London

Last month I was given the opportunity to meet with a wonderful group of bloggers over afternoon tea and champers at the Milestone Hotel, London – how could I say no?

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