With lots of Hotels and Restaurants offering romantic dinner for two for Valentine’s Night, it is nice to see that there are other ways to enjoy Valentines Day with a themed “Valentine Afternoon Tea”.

The Ampersand Hotel in London offers a ‘Science of Love’, afternoon tea, an enchanting journey of romantic exploration with the Science of Love Afternoon Tea. A menu of romantically-themed treats including warm plain and white chocolate heart-shaped scones, served with Devonshire clotted cream and homemade strawberry preserve. Those with a passion for pasty should look no further than the Science of Love’s sweet selection. Lychee, raspberry and rose marshmallow is complemented by pink guava and apple Opera cake followed by flower-shaped peach and strawberry mousse, Valentine’s shortbread and a special ‘Love Elixir’ mocktail.

Finally, they invite you to discover miniature Cupid chocolates hidden within a fossil box of white chocolate ‘soil’, a honey toffee squeeze tube and freeze dried raspberry and chocolate biscuit crunch ball.

What more could you ask…

The Science of Love Afternoon Tea will be available from 6 – 15 February 2017, for £32.50 per person, or £45.50 with a glass of Ruinart Rosé Champagne.


They are not the only place doing ‘Valentine Afternoon Teas’, I just thought this one looked rather special but if you head over to ‘Afternoon Tea UK‘, you will find an array of Valentine Afternoon Teas on offer throughout the UK, in fact 87 of them.


From Valentines Day Afternoon Tea at ‘The Occasions Tea Room‘, in Leicester from £13.50 per person to a ‘Valentine Afternoon Tea and Tea Dance’ at The Waldorf in London from £89.00 per person.

Whichever you choose I am sure you will find one to suit you.




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