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Five of the best places to drink tea in London

May 2012

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Brits drink 165 million cups of tea daily. Here is our pick of the top places in London to enjoy a cuppa
The Mad Hatter's Tea at The Sanderson, London
Stephen Conroy, courtesy of The Sanderson

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Indulge in 
The Sanderson's quirky Alice in Wonderland-themed afternoon tea

Drink Shop & Do
Design shop-meets-café-meets-artists' workshop. Have a sip while embracing your inner Damien Hirst. Caledonian Road, N1, drinkshopdo.com

Orange Pekoe
Here you can drink your way around the globe with a choice of more than 100 loose-leaf teas and herbs. 
White Hart Lane, SW13, orangepekoeteas.com

The Sanderson
Where else can you enjoy exploding lollipops, 'eat me' cakes and a triple-layered 'drink me' dessert? Indulge in 
this quirky Alice in Wonderland themed afternoon tea. Berners Street, W1, sandersonlondon.com

TeaSmith
Know your oolong from your pu'er? Sign up for one of the tasting events at this unique tea bar. 
Lamb Street, E1, teasmith.co.uk

Postcard Teas
Owner Timothy d'Offay knows everything 
there is to know about tea, so you'll be in heaven with the range of rare varieties, 
from chai to brews from Honshu. 
Dering Street, W1, postcardteas.com

Twinings is the 
exclusive tea supplier to British Airways, ensuring that passengers will enjoy a first-class beverage in-flight and in BA airport lounges. For more details, visit twinings.co.uk.

Posted by Ianthe Butt

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