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Afternoon Tea
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A time-honoured tradition at Fortnum & Mason.
Served in the ST James’s restaurant, this wonderful afternoon ritual starts with a savoury treat. Royal Blend, Fortnum’s most popular tea, is a robust brew that makes a refreshing accompaniment to all the savoury bites, combining low-grown Flowery Pekoe from Ceylon and Assam. Earl Grey is another popular choice – the citrus notes of Bergamot complement any of the sandwiches, particularly Chicken with Tarragon Butter. When choosing teas to drink with your treats, follow the culinary flavour rule and match like with like; for example, the delicate taste of smoked salmon works well with smoky Lapsang Souchong. If you prefer a hot savoury, team the rich, lightly scented and nutty flavours of Fortnum’s Keemun Tea with Welsh rarebit.


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