Mr Fogg's London
Always known for their peculiar events, Mr Fogg's are holding a Victorian themed afternoon tea every Saturday at 3.01pm to 6.01pm. Ran by Mr Fogg himself, he'll be joined by the inventor of afternoon tea, Anna Maria Russell the seventh Duchess of Bedford, who invited the national pastime back in 1841.
Hosted by the Duchess herself, guests can revel in true Victorian style with a selection of teas from around the world and fine array of sandwiches, cakes, pastries and petits-fours. Beautifully presented on traditional three-tiered stands and served on embossed fine bone china, delights will include; cucumber, coronation chicken, smoked salmon, and cheese and ham sandwiches, Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle cake, meringue tarts, macaroons, marzipan and glacé fruits.
Not only serving tea, you can also enjoy a range of tea-infused cocktails made with Tanqueray 10 gin including "1840" (a zingy blend of Earl Grey-infused Tanqueray No. TEN Gin, Cointreau, crème de pêche and orange marmalade) and "Woburn Abbey" (a refreshing mix of English breakfast tea-infused Tanqueray No. TEN with crème de bergamot, lemon juice and bee pollen sugar).