The Wellington Afternoon Tea – Flawless and Fit for a Duke

Wellington Afternoon Tea at the Wellington Lounge Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane London

As a tea enthusiast who has over the years enjoyed many an Afternoon Tea, I have by now developed a keen awareness of what I love in an Afternoon Tea … [Continue reading]

Tea, Apsley House, and the Duke of Wellington

The Duke of Wellington's Teapot

One of the reasons I write this blog is to share my tea experiences in England with an audience of readers who, like you (and me!) love tea and love … [Continue reading]

Tea and Scones with Pat and Debs

Keep Calm and Bake These Scones

Pat and Debs live on opposite sides of the ocean. They've never met one another, but both of them know how to bake  (they really know how to bake) and … [Continue reading]

Tea, poetry and breast cancer

8 year breast cancer survivor

Today, I celebrate 8 years being cancer free. My breast cancer was detected in July 2005 during a routine mammogram. Early detection can save lives - … [Continue reading]

Wimbledon Afternoon Tea at Grosvenor House: Another Winner

2013 Wimbledon Afternoon Tea, Grosvenor House Hotel, London

As an Anglophile and mum to a son and a daughter who, in their youth, were talented tennis players, Wimbledon has always held a special attraction to … [Continue reading]

Macaroons from Bettys (or are they Macarons?)

Bettys Macaroons in a teacup

When it comes down to spelling differences between one country and another, is there still sometimes a definite 'right' or 'wrong' - or does it all … [Continue reading]

A Brief Encounter Over Tea

Brief Encounter tea room

As a tea enthusiast, I'm always on the look-out for anything related to tea. As an Anglophile, I'm always on the look-out for that English connection. … [Continue reading]

It’s all about me!

Denise in Devon

My name is Denise and I am the creator and writer of the Tea in England blog. I've recently shared with you the story behind this blog and the story … [Continue reading]

The story behind the Tea in England blog

Gravitea for Two by Duy Huynh

The longer I live in England, and the more I see and do, the more I discover that in one way or another almost everything here has a tea connection. … [Continue reading]

The story behind the Tea in England banner

I Love My Blog

One of the things I especially love about my blog is my banner. I'm not really sure how many people click on that little 'About' tab at the top of the … [Continue reading]