The London Tea Walk

Can you think of anything more British than afternoon tea?

Why not join our London Tea Walk tour. It’s a lovely way to discover London and learn how tea became the national drink and how it’s linked to the city’s history. The walk is about 1.45 hours and starts from St. Magnus the Martyr church and ends at Shad Thames with a Cream tea at Butler’s Wharf.

During this scenic walk you will learn the difference between Chinese and Indian tea, hear about how tea was stolen from China, learn who the Nippies were and find out about the famous writer who said, “My dear if you could give me a cup of tea to clear my muddle of a head I should better understand your affairs.”

After completing the walk you will be rewarded with a pack of  tea provided by a family owned business Teasup .

To make a booking or to ask for more information contact:

ildi.pelikan@takemetolondon.com

jackieclarebbg@gmail.com

jillcooklondon@gmail.com

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