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Afternoon Tea

  • £40 per person

  • £52 per person
    with a glass of Rathfinny Classic Cuvée, 2018, Sussex, England

  • Ham and honey mustard on granary

  • Cheddar and chutney on brown (V)

  • Smoked salmon on granary

  • Cucumber and cream cheese on white (V)

  • Wild mushroom and smoked mozzarella tart (V)

  • Poached quince tart (V)

  • Carrot and ginger cake (V)

  • Chocolate and hazelnut mousse (V GF)

  • Blackberry Pavlova (V GF)

Scones with clotted cream and preserves

Includes your choice of coffee, hot chocolate or tea:

  • Breakfast Tea

    A distinctive subtle blend of bright and refreshing Assam and Kenyan teas, combined with the mellowness of the finest tea from Ceylon

  • Earl Grey

    Sourced from the highest quality of tea leaves and natural Bergamot oil, characterised with refreshing hints of citrus

Speciality teas & infusions

£2.50 supplement with afternoon tea

By Wedgwood

Mythical Creatures

Let your imagination wander to a land of Mythical Creatures by Kit Kemp. A tea with oolong, sunflower blossoms, cornflower blossoms and a touch of ripe green mango

By My Cup of Tea

  • Halmari Assam

    A whole leaf tea that includes full golden tips, this second flush Halmari is harvested in June which gives a slight malty flavour with flowery notes

  • Pure Green Mao Feng

    Clean and fresh, spring harvested, this Mao Feng has deeper vegetal notes. The deep green, long and slender leaves are signs of quality

  • Jasmine Pearls

    Made in the Hunan province of China from young tea shoots, each leaf is hand-rolled into a pearl-like shape and scented with sweet jasmine

  • Rooibos

    The branches of the wild-growing South African shrub are dried in the sun, creating a high quality tea, ruby in colour and sweetly aromatic taste

  • White Jasmine

    Made by covering tea leaves with freshly-picked white jasmine flowers. The leaves take up the fragrance to make a delicate and subtle tea

  • Ginger & Lemongrass

    The gently ground ingredients mingle to produce a sweet, spicy and intensely fresh blend with lemony notes

  • Osmanthe d’or oolong

    Historically the best Oolong came from China and we respect this tradition when sourcing this lightly fermented green tea with an aroma of osmanthus flowers