At 190 Queens Gate you can taste a variety of teas and infusions, some of which you won’t find anywhere else, since they were specially created by Camellia’s Tea House for our boutique hotel.
Our signature Gore Tea with a combination of sweet apricot with hints of marigold and rose creates a delightful tea, that will seduce your taste buds. The afternoon tea, also known as the "High Noon" tea, has a particularly lovely aromatic flowery taste. It is blended with long leaf teas from Darjeeling and Ceylon and is ideal with scones and cakes.
We have some blends paying tribute to important guests and VIPs who have been enjoying the unique atmosphere of our luxury hotel.
Judy Garland Tea: named after the famous Hollywood star and regularguest of The Gore Hotel.
Rose petals blended with black tea, creating a beautiful marriage of taste and texture. The rose petals add a wonderful, flowery sweetness to the black tea.
Dame Nellie Melba Tea: named after the Australian Opera singer, thatused to stay regularly at our boutique hotel.
The tea captures the flavour of the summer with its sweet and aromatic taste of ripe peaches. A mild tasting Japanese green tea infused with peach essence and sunflower blossoms to create a delicious and attractive looking tea.
Lady Blessington Tea: named after a novelist that lived in Kensington in themid-9th Century.
The Gold Taste Award winning tea blends the classic Earl Grey with bergamot oil rounded off by sweet oranges, to produce a soft, balanced black tea.
Miss Ada Tea: named after a Descendant of Captain James Cook.
An organically cultivated red tea originates from South Africa where it has been very popular for many generations. It is better known as Roiboos and for having good general health properties as well as being caffeine free.
Miss Fanny Tea: named after a Descendant of Captain James Cook.
This tea better known as Very Berry is a truly delicious and refreshing fruit infusion. It contains a variety of dried fruit ingredients for all berry lovers.
Of course, we also feature evergreen blends in our tea menu. Our English Breakfast Tea is cultivated organically and is a blend of Assam and Sumatran teas which produces a lovely, dark infusion with a malty spiciness.
One of the most widely drunk teas in the world, Earl grey is a blend of Chinese black tea and essential oil of bergamot which provides that beautiful aroma and flowery citrus flavor.
Chamomile tea is also widely drunk as an aid to calming nerves, soothing irritability and relieving pain in the digestive system. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Traditionally, it has been known to ease colds and flu symptoms.
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