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Top HigH Teas have your Tea and cake and eaT iT Too Taking Time ouT of THe day for a spoT of Tea Has been a parT of being englisH forever. london Has no sHorTage of places To soak up some real local cHarm and indulge in THis quinTessenTially englisH TradiTion. 2 text and Photos by roGer NoruM The sanderson Set within the flowerfilled courtyard garden of the Philippe Starck-designed Sanderson, the Mad Hatter's Tea (£35) comprises a collection of fanciful rainbow sandwiches, including bright-yellow saffron bread of English mustard and ham. Tea leaves come in a cast-iron teapot, but the real treats are the outlandish sweets: chocolate and raspberry cupcake doused with popping candy; pineapple lollipops that morph from hot to cold in your mouth; and hazelnut and passionfruit tart topped with the White Rabbit's pocket watch ­ in dark chocolate, and set to tea time. 3 5 The sTaFFord london By kempinski Located in the heart of St James, Kempinski's stellar revitalisation of this classic London property has kept its Afternoon High Tea (£29) as traditional as ever. Stroll through the cobbled carriage house mews and cigar bar into the salon, where besuited waiters pour a selection of continental and Asian teas, before presenting a stacked selection of sandwiches, cakes, petits fours and lashings of cream. Afterwards, head upstairs to a quintessentially English bedroom (from £275) for sweet dreams of sugarplums and scones. st. James's Place www.keMpiNski.coM/loNdoN 50 berners street 4 www.saNdersoNloNdoN.coM The sancTum This hotel's Gentlemen's Afternoon Tea (£50) is designed for the Bromance Generation, with courses that include beef and horseradish served in mini Yorkshire puddings, rabbit pancetta and leek pasty, glazed oysters with Worcestershire-laden bloody Mary relish, and double-baked chocolate fudge cake with whiskey ice cream. Following teas, diners are then presented with a silver tankard of charcoal-mellowed Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey and a Montecristo cigar to leisurely smoke on the roof garden afterwards. 20 Warwick street The langham This Regents Street standby's whimsically-named G and Tea (£40) gets your juices flowing with a tall glass of Beefeater gin and tonic ­ or a flute of awardwinning Laurent-Perrier NV champagne. Bites to follow include smoked Castle of Mey Beef with Savora mustard, Scottish organic salmon with horseradish and watercress and mini classic pastries such as mille feuille and Bakewell tart. The British Tea Guild has voted this tea service as the best in London. www.saNctuMsoho.coM 1C Portland Place loNdoN.laNGhaMhotels.co.uk sepTember 2011 blue Wings 37 eng

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