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A New Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood


A new Afternoon Tea has been launched at The Langham, London with Wedgwood.

097-PLEASE-CREDIT-Paul-Judd-Food-Photography-Arteisan-afternoon-tea-LANGHAMThe brainchild of newly appointed Executive Pastry Chef at The Langham, London, Andrew Gravett, and his team, the new tea reverts ‘Back to the Classics’ showcasing classical recipes made with fresh ingredients, skillfully produced by a team of passionate patissiers.

The presentation and authentic flavours reflect a true labour of love, with a unique style, and several nods towards a traditional Afternoon Tea style of patisserie making for a stylish Afternoon Tea not to be missed.

The tea reflects tastes that are easily recognisable. The Paris Brest is made with Crunchy Choux pastry, lightened pecan cream and caramelised pecans.


Babalicious features blackcurrant and star anise soaked baba, Jivara whipped ganache and crunchy pearls.

The Decidedly Madeleine offers the classic Madeleine sponge, passion fruit jelly wrapped in a coat of Itakuja.


Spherically Challenged comprises of creamy coconut, liquid raspberry and Manjari mousse.


Last but not least, the One in a Million showcases a caramelised puff pastry with vanilla infused mascarpone.

Accompanying sandwiches devised by Executive Chef of The Langham, London, Chris King include:

Burford Brown egg, marinated artichoke, rosemary bread

Classic English cucumber, cream cheese, chives,

Beef Pastrami, sauce ‘Albert’, watercress, caramelised onion bread

Scottish smoked salmon, Sarawak pepper and preserved lemon cream

Classic ‘prawn cocktail’, iceberg, potato bun, tomato powder.

The Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood is served in Palm Court with a selection of scones and a choice of blended teas. The tea is priced at £49 per person, £59 with a glass of N.V Laurent-Perrier. Brut champagne, £64 with a glass of Laurent-Perrier Rose champagne. Seatings are available between 12.15pm to 5.30pm