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Ladies that afternoon tea

I spent a delightful afternoon with the gorgeous Amber Atherton of We indulged in the fantasy world of Stephen Webster’s new Bijoux Afternoon Tea at the luxury hotel, The Langham, London.

This limited edition Bijoux Tea is Webster’s latest creation inspired by his new collection Murder She Wrote. This being one of his most dramatic jewellery collections, with statement pieces bringing to life the artistic impression and reinvention of the murder mystery genre.

Alex and Amber enjoying Webster's Bijoux Tea

Alex and Amber enjoying Webster’s Bijoux Tea

Stephen Webster's Poison Apple Ring

Stephen Webster’s Poison Apple Ring

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

This was the ultimate treat for jewelery lovers and fashionistas alike, fusing British fashion with the heritage of traditional afternoon tea. I found it fascinating that once again Webster is at the forefront of reinvention and is continuously pushing boundaries and finding new ways to communicate his rock and roll brand values. It is also a fun way to buy into the brand if you can’t quite stretch to a precious gem, you could always have the edible version instead!

We indulged in edible masterpieces such as the poison apple foie gras, lobster with piquillo peppers and flying fish roe, and poached quail breast with grapes and violet. The cakes were even more decedent with home made fluffy scones, lightly perfumed Guinness macaroon with blackcurrant jelly, and a roasted green pistachio Chantilly with airy meringue sponge inspired by Webster’s Armadillo ring. All washed down with lashings of Earl Grey tea.

For a Stephen Webster Bijoux Tea at the Langham visit prices from £49.00 per person.

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