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Monday, 2 June 2014

Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea

It was not just any afternoon tea, it was a Mad Hatter’s Afternoon tea.

Everything on this three tiered serving tray is edible. From the herb on top, to the mushroom marshmallows down to the chocolate tea cups on the bottom.



They tasted as nice as they looked, except for the marshmallows, of which I am never fond of, anyway.



The sugar cubes were served in a musical box, the menu is in the pages of a story book and the tea pot wears a crown. 



The clock shaped Victoria sponge cake was the star of the afternoon . It was moist and sweet enough without being too overpowering on your taste buds. 



This delicious chocolate mint flavoured tea had us craving for more.


And this beautiful concoction of layers of vanilla, banana and passion fruit served in an apothecary bottle was amazing.



The only downside is that unlike Alice in Wonderland, I did not shrink and neither did my waistline. In fact, it was the other way around. 

Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea
The Sanderson Hotel 
50 Berners Street
London, W1T 3NG

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