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What's OnTea Total at The Perception, W London Hotel

  • Dates 31/10/2018 - 08/01/2018
  • Location 10 Wardour Street, W1D 6QF
  • Price ££
A blooming gorgeous Afternoon TeaSwitch things up with a remix of afternoon tea.The expert mixologists at The Perception Bar have taken your cocktail experience to the next level by boldly pairing iconic tea-time classics, experiential English garden-inspired sweet creations with a crystallised version of their signature Spring-Summer cocktails. With surprising combinations and ingenious gastro-formulas, ignite your senses with an electric flavour-fusion.Presented in a sleek box complete with pull-out draws and hidden doors, discover the mouth-watering creations one-by-on. Having a tea is just so normal. Remix your senses and indulge in a mixologists dream served-up as a patissier’s perfection.Make your reservation today.A surprising tipsy twistWhat's in each draw?
  • The Spring Planter. A mint-chocolate mousse-filled flower pot with popping candy dirt and sprouting micro cress, perfectly paired with the Banana Republic shot containing Belvedere, sage, lime, apricot jam, cinnamon and banana.
  • The Queen Bee. Combining fresh flavours of avocado, lemon thyme, pistachio, bee pollen and local honey sourced from Walthamstow. The perfect spring-summer antidote.
  • The Dew Drop, served on a spoon, will certainly surprise taste buds with an edible summer tomato, rose water and Tonka droplet, sitting on a bed of Oreo and coffee soil, to be kicked back with the gin and Violette liqueur-based, Purple Rain.
  • The Every Cloud, a playful variation on the popular carrot cake, infused with cardamom and sandwiched between two fluffy meringue clouds, matching perfectly with Pull the Pin made with Patron Silver, Aperol, maraschino, British strawberry and lime.

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