Getting back to basics. We tried making tea the old fashioned way today, just like grandfather lin used to do on our family #teafarms. We are glad there is more mechanisation now of certain steps which leads to better quality 👍🏼 #marulinuk#marulintown
Winter Creates went & did a hen do. 12 lovely sailor ladies & their cute n crafty captain (Bride to be Katie) customised some very special items of clothing on Saturday. Stay posted to see what we created over afternoon tea & fizz...
Sup @the_landmark_london❗️This breathtaking 8-storey glass roof atrium is home to The Winter Garden, probably the most idyllic dining area we’ve ever seen 🌸🌴🥗 Situated in The Landmark Hotel in Marylebone📍This central spot is an oasis among the busy city 🏝 Sample their afternoon tea ☕️, scrumptious brunch 🍳 or splash out on a sensational supper 🥘 at @the_landmark_london 🏙
I am in #afternoontea heaven! The amazing staff at @thenedlondon has spoiled us rotten by delivering fresh from the oven scones with jam and clotted cream (plus two pots of tea) to our room!!!!! Afternoon tea in bed is a new benchmark for my #sipsandscones obsession. I’m never leaving! 🤗
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If you’re a Tea lover like me then I highly recommend visiting @twgteaofficial in Leicester Square for the most enjoyable experience. I learnt so much about Tea & had the opportunity to smell & taste so many! It’s the perfect place to find a thoughtful gift from their luxury teapots, loose leaf teas, cotton tea bags & 24ct gold blend there’s something for everyone. Finished off with an Afternoon Tea upstairs in their beautiful & decadent Tea gallery complete with Tea museum. The scones were warmed, the jam was infused with Earl Grey & the cakes were truly divine. #highlyrecommended
Another one of our favourite tea rooms!
Lavenham is a medieval town with a rich history and founded on the wool trade. During the 15th and the 16th centuries, Lavenham was famous for the blue broadcloth made from its abundance of high quality wool. By the late 15th century, the town was among the richest in the British Isles, paying more in taxation than considerably larger towns such as York and Lincoln.
📸: Munnings Tea Room, Suffolk by @sunshineseekress
The town grew so fast that many of the houses were built in haste with green timber. As the wood dried, the timbers warped causing the houses to bend at unexpected angles. Unfortunately, Lavenham’s good times didn’t last long. When Dutch refugees settled in Colchester began producing cloth that was cheaper, lighter and more fashionable than Lavenham's, the town’s cloth industry went bust. By the time the dried timber started twisting, Lavenham’s families had lost its wealth and with no money to rebuild their homes, Lavenham’s crooked houses were left as they were.
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