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Friday, 5 December 2014

Time for a Little Christmas Cheer (part four)....

Hello there,

Welcome back to another Christmas themed afternoon tea post from Tea With Me and Friends! Brrr...it's starting to get a little chilly in the UK - we hope you are keeping well! Today we have found a lovely looking afternoon tea to share with you from Lanes of London, on Park Lane.

Lanes of London is somewhere that we have not come across before, but we couldn't resist sharing this scrummy looking Christmas afternoon tea....

Christmas Afternoon Tea - Lanes of London
Photo from Website

Now, the sandwiches may not be Christmas themed offering fillings such as  Free range egg mayonnaise & cress, Cucumber & mint, Honey glazed ham & mustard and Smoked salmon & cream cheese. You will also find normal plain or fruit scones. But it's those festive sweets that look so enticing and really caught our eye....

Christmas Afternoon Tea - Lanes of London
Photo from Website

On the top tier of the cake stand guests will find:
Christmas pudding spiced macaroon
Chocolate & orange opera cake
Gingerbread house
Coffee & mascarpone yule log
Warm eggnog with spiced foam

Christmas afternoon tea - Lanes of London
Photo from website

Now, we don't know about you...but that gingerbread house looks really scrummy and we quite fancy trying a Christmas pudding macaroon!

This Christmas afternoon tea is on offer from now, for more information please visit the Lanes of London website.

If you have tried this afternoon tea (or the standard tea on offer) we'd love to hear from you...please get in contact by leaving a comment here or on our Facebook page.

Thank you for popping by today,
Rachel & Lorna

1 comment:

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