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I will be traveling from New York City to London from 14 February through 27 February, and am interested in instruction on how to make a proper cuppa.

 

I am particularly interested in traditional British tea preparation, as well as chai masala.

 

I am also interested in where I might find a excellent chai masala in London, as where to go for a traditional afternoon tea. Any advise on reservations, etc. would be appreciated.

 

Thank you.

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My mom and I also quite enjoyed tea at the Savoy, although it has been a few years.

 

I'd probably try the Fortnum & Mason one myself if I still lived in England - I used to buy loose leaf tea there all the time, I love the selection and blends.

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Here is another review of top 10 afternoon teas in London, just published by Hardens  http://www.hardens.com/uk-london/16-12-2016/top-10-london-afternoon-teas-2017/?inf_contact_key=1312a1be7b8272006422f35c4507baf882af01f93cb2c9bb51b4d077d3fe1c5a.

 

There is a tea academy in London, but I cannot see any 1 day courses just the longer ones http://www.ukteaacademy.co.uk/

 

 

 

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