Love Knot Afternoon Tea at Conrad London St. James

by Mars El Brogy and Marta Portocarrero, The Independent, February 10, 2017

Love is truly in the air at Conrad London St. James as couples get to share a romantic limited edition afternoon tea at the plush hotel.

Love Knot offers couples the opportunity to pick the perfect gift from the unique ‘jewellery menu’, whilst enjoying the gourmet delights in the beautiful setting of Emmeline’s Lounge.

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Love Knot Afternoon tea

Love Knot Afternoon Tea brings to life the essence of Valentine’s Day as guests can indulge in Red Velvet Cake; Strawberry and Yoghurt Marble Mousse and the scrumptious ‘Love Letter’ vegetable cake, coated with meringue kisses and petals.

This opulent afternoon tea blends colours and flavours that resonate with Valentine’s Day,” said Zoe Wager, Executive Pastry Chef at Conrad London St. James.

“This year, we are delighted to be partnering with some unique jewellery brands, and we have created specific foods to complement the pieces on the jewellery menu,” she added.

Conrad London St. James has collaborated with Storey by Storey and Regency Jewels to create a bespoke ‘jewellery menu’ which will be available with the afternoon tea.


Storey by Storey’s 14k gold filled pendant and chain, also known as Love Knot bracelet

Guests will also be able to view and buy the stunning pieces at the hotel for a limited time.

Love Knot Afternoon Tea will be available from Conrad London St. James until 16 February 2017.

This article was written by Mars El Brogy and Marta Portocarrero from The Independent and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.

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