Mind your ‘Teas’ and Q’s – Fit for a Queen

This week we went in search for truly English Tea. Thanks to the unique micro-climate that benefits the South-West corner of England for the success of our tea plantation; the same climate that makes Cornwall the garden capitol of Europe.

Tregothnan draws on almost 200 years of experience in growing Camellias and has been producing tea since 2006 when the best-selling Classic blend was created. Today, the range extends to four black teas including our exclusive Single Estate, one green tea and a growing list of home-grown herbal infusions. The Classic Tea tastes wonderful and comes beautifully packaged.

It's strong in colour which is something we always look out for – weak tea just doesn't tick the right boxes. This is a fabulous brand and producers of great quality teas. They really have put the 'English' back into 'English Tea'.  

Try yours from Tregothnan.co.uk or purchase from Amazon.

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Tea time isn't complete without an interesting read and this can be a great addition to your chocolate digestive biscuit…

 

Book

 

‘This pretty little book tells you everything you need to know to throw a spectacular tea party’

Lucy Worsley

Published in association with the Historic Royal Palaces Tea Fit for a Queen is beautiful book containing delicious afternoon tea recipes and fascinating historical anecdotes about Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Kew Palace, Banqueting House and the Tower of London and the history of afternoon tea.

Tea Fit for a Queen is filled with over 40 charming recipes to create the perfect afternoon tea menu, including everything from delicate finger sandwiches to rose and almond cake, blood velvet cake to a classic Queen Victoria sponge cake, as well as a Champagne Cocktail. Historic Royal Palaces play a unique and significant role in sharing how the past shaped

our present, and as well as these recipes that have stood the test of time, Tea Fit for a Queen also shares some fascinating tales and reveals how the tradition of afternoon tea started in royal Britain.

This wonderful book is available to buy from Amazon for £10.

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