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London’s Langham Hotel and luxury jeweler Asprey are joining in on the Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark the 60th year of Queen Elizabeth II on the throne. The two brands will be hosting a celebratory tea in honor of the occasion that was inspired by Asprey’s jewelry collections and will include truffles, shortbread, macaroons and more.
British royal jewelers Asprey were awarded their first Royal warrant in 1862 by Queen Victoria and have long been considered one of the most exclusive jewelers in the world. In partnership with the Langham Hotel’s award-winning pastry chef, Cherish Finden, Asprey has created a celebratory tea to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee inspired by their past and present collections. Asprey’s signature purple is a prominent color in event in addition to their Daisy Heritage, Woodland and classic collections.
Available at the Langham hotel from April 21 through October 2012, the Asprey Diamond Jubilee Tea costs £49 per person
The tea includes: Praline truffle, white chocolate truffle ball with dark chocolate crown, Pina Colada macaroon, coconut macaroon with pineapple pate de fruit and Malibu butter cream, blueberry and bilberry Battenburg with blackcurrant jam, purple jasmine with apricot, jasmine mousse and apricot mousse with apricot compote on financier base, blackcurrant and white chocolate mousse with blackcurrant jelly on shortbread, specialty sandwiches such as Parmesan with celery and cream cheese, smoked duck with foie gras and blackcurrant, asparagus with Wiltshire ham, Gruyère and chives, Cornish crab with cucumber and shiso, smoked Scottish salmon mousse with caviar.
Source: Daily Mail