We've rounded up our current favourite themed teas that will impress your clients

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane afternoon tea

This five-star hotel’s Palm Court is the suitably 20s-style backdrop to its new Jazz Afternoon Tea. The best bit? Its sablé breton, honey mousse, saffron crème and blackberry gêlée concoction, which is fashioned into an edible saxophone.

Bronte afternoon tea

Bronte, Covent Garden 

Expect a stylish afternoon tea in collaboration with designer Tom Dixon. Based on Dixon's 'collector's house' interiors for the restaurant, the Asian-inspired tea is served in a glass and gold trinket box, and features the likes of jasmine-smoked ham and miso-mustard sandwiches.

Rosewood afternoon tea

The Rosewood London, Covent Garden

This tea is inspired by noted artists. We like the look of the Rothko sponge, which mimics the abstract expressionist’s bold use of colour with coconut mousse, fresh raspberries and bright pink raspberry chocolate.

Harrods afternoon tea

Accessories designer Sophia Webster has teamed up with Harrods to create a ‘Social Butterfly’ afternoon tea inspired by her SS17 shoe collection. The passion-fruit shoebox, topped with an edible icing butterfly, tastes as beautiful as it looks.

Athenaeum afternoon tea

Galvin at The Athenaeum, Mayfair

In the Gentleman’s Afternoon tea here, the dainty and delicate is exchanged for a heartier affair. We’re big fans of the cheese-filled scones slathered in bacon butter, and the fact that the it comes with a wee dram of blended scotch whisky.  

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