Limited Edition Jubilee-Inspired Treats

Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with keepsakes and consumables for every taste (and budget):

  • PG Tips — Inspired by Her Majesty's beloved dogs, PG Tips has released packs of its 240 pyramid tea bags in boxes covered Corgis. £3.99
  • Cadbury — Cadbury has released a version of its Dairy Milk Bar in specially designed Platinum Jubilee packaging. £4.23
  • Walkers — Walkers Platinum Jubilee Shortbread Tin featuring images of the Queen Elizabeth on the outside includes Union Jack shortbread inside. £12
  • Krispe Kreme — Krispy Kreme’s Platinum Jubilee Dozen includes three of four different doughnuts (Celebration Crown, Jubilee Joy, Platinum Sprinkles, Original Glazed) until June 5. £15.95 (double the fun with a second box for £8.95)
  • Dunoon — Unlike most English tea cups, the Dunoon’s Platinum Jubilee Skye Shape Mug  doesn’t need refilling for a cuppa of tea (or coffee). £29.56
  • Snowdina — The Platinum Jubilee Celebration Hamper includes three of their best cheddars, a fig and apple chutney a box of biscuits and crackers along with a full-sized bottle of champagne. £70
  • Daylesford — Daylesford’s Jubilee Picnic Hamper 12 savory and sweet treats are packed in a practical soft-sided cooler that can be used time and time again. £90
  • Liberty — The Windsor Ribbon Jubilee Suitcase Hamper is filled with biscuits, cake, tea and a commemorative mug all packaged in a classic Liberty Windsor Ribbon print keepsake suitcase. £110
  • Fortnum & Mason — The Jubilee Tea Party Hamper comes complete with favorite and new creations of preserves, biscuits, teas and even a tea towel. £150
    TIP : Always pick a hamper (the price of a Fortnum’s hamper is always less than purchasing the items individually)
Get them while you can!

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Teas fit for a Queen

Celebrate 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign with a Platinum Jubilee Tea

. . . For the fashionable
The Berkeley : Prêt-à-Portea Platinum Jubilee Edition  Their traditional Prêt-à-Portea will feature three additional creations, the Queen’s summer hat, a favorite Launer London handbag made from a cake and a crown iced biscuit.
Starts at £79 per person; Until June 12 2071 078866
Wilton Place, London SW1X 7RL

. . . For the traditional
Fortnum & Mason : Platinum Jubilee Afternoon Tea  Afternoon tea in the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon includes a swan shaped pastry (since Queen Elizabeth II is owner of all the swans in England), eggs Drumkilbo (a favorite dish of the late Queen Mother) and a crown jewel-inspired mousse.
£70 per person, Until August 31 2077 348040
181 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 1ER

. . . For the historian
JW Marriott Grosvenor House : Platinum Jubilee Afternoon Tea — The limited edition pastries include a Valrhona Chocolate Biscuit Cake (the Queen’s tea cake favorite), Platinum Lemon Possett (a Buckingham Palace menu staple) and Great Room Ice Sphere that commemorates the Great Room at Grosvenor House where then Princess Elizabeth learned to to ice skate in 1933.
£62.50 per person, Until August 31 2074 996363
86-90 Park Lane, London W1K 7TN

. . . For the non-acrophobe
Searcys at The Gherkin : Jubilee Afternoon Tea
— The coronation chicken rillettes was originally created in 1953 for Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation and fruity Dundee Cake (Scottish fruit cake made with sultanas, currants, fruit peels and almonds) – two of Queen’s favorites are served 39 floors up.
£55 per person, until June 25
TIP : Request a table on the left hand side for views of Tower Bridge 3301 070816
30 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8EP

. . . For the kids (and kids at heart)
The Biscuiteers : Jubilee Afternoon Tea (Multiple)  The Jubilee-themed (corgi and crown) signature hand-iced biscuits were designed in collaboration with Buckingham Palace.
£45 per person

So many teas — so little time!

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