Best place to buy tea in London ?


Greetings,
I will be in London for a few days in early April. Is there any must-see tea place ? What are the best places to go and buy some tea ? Any good address that sell tea-making things (teapot, etc.) ?
Thanks in advance
B.
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Somebaudy
> Greetings, > > I will be in London for a few days in early April. Is there any must-see > tea place ? What are the best places to go and buy some tea ? Any good > address that sell tea-making things (teapot, etc.) ? > > Thanks in advance > > B. > I'm rather fond of some of the Fortnum & Mason blends, especially the Elderflower and Champagne, which is not available except in the store.
dmh
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In article , Somebaudy wrote >Greetings, > >I will be in London for a few days in early April. Is there any must-see >tea place ? What are the best places to go and buy some tea ? If you're partial to China tea, Chinatown is in Soho off the Charing Cross Road, so you can combine theatre-going, book and tea shopping in one trip. >Any good >address that sell tea-making things (teapot, etc.) ? >
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>> >> Thanks in advance >> >> B. >> > I'm rather fond of some of the Fortnum & Mason blends, especially the > Elderflower and Champagne, which is not available except in the store. > > dmh
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danube
> Greetings, > > I will be in London for a few days in early April. Is there any must-see > tea place ?
Hi Somebaudy Fortnum & Mason and Harrods are the traditional places to buy quality teas. Whittard of Chelsea has good teas at more affordable prices. As someone else suggested, Chinatown is a good place for inexpensive tea, but if you want top quality, I have heard great things about the East Teas stall (www.eastteas.com) at Borough market (though I have never tried them myself). Apparently, they have some of the best greens and oolongs in town. They also carry unusual Korean teas. Once you are in the area, the Bramah Museum of Tea and Coffee (www.bramahmuseum.co.uk) is also worth a visit -- and they serve and sell good tea. The very best place to enjoy an afternoon tea is the Lanesborough Hotel, but it is very expensive, must be booked in advance and, frankly, very few Londoners go there. The newly-opened Tea Palace (www.teapalace.co.uk) in Notting Hill is meant to be excellent--again, I haven't personally tried it, but the feedback I got from friends is positive. And they too have an extensive range of teas for sale. Hope this helps
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carlapassino@gmail.com wrote in news:1140356834.006697.118520 @f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com: >> Greetings, >> >> I will be in London for a few days in early April. Is there any must-see >> tea place ? > (...) > Hope this helps
It helps a lot. Many thanks.
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