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Searcys Launches Laurent-Perrier Afternoon Tea with Champagne Fountain

Searcys, connoisseurs of all things bubbly, celebrates its 170th birthday this October with a number of champagne-themed events across the UK, including a Laurent-Perrier afternoon tea experience in London

The immersive afternoon tea experience, guided by a charming Victorian Butler, will feature a champagne fountain, as well as Lauren-Perrier experts to pair the afternoon tea offering with champagnes and a riddling challenge (a tried and true method to ensure a champagne holds a clear, crisp colour). There’s also the chance to win your very own magnum bottle of Laurent-Perrier.

The Laurent-Perrier afternoon tea experience includes three glasses of champagne, a full afternoon tea offering of finger sandwiches and gourmet sweet treats. It will be served at Searcys flagship venue, Pavilion Road, an elegant Georgian townhouse in Knightsbridge (available on 21 & 22 October only from 1pm-3pm & 4pm-6pm, priced £75pp).

Other fantastic London events include:

  • 170 Years of Cocktails: Celebrate Searcys 170th Birthday at  on Wednesday 4 October 2017 To mark this special occasion Searcys at The Gherkin is hosting ‘170 years of Cocktails’ in association with Willem Barentsz gin on Wednesday 4 October. As part of London Cocktail Week, you can travel through the decades picking from fabulous classic and contemporary favourites, including a Sky High cocktail served in a mini cage complete with macaron. Tickets from £30.

  • The Searcys Champagne Countdown – For one day only in October, Searcys St Pancras will announce a Champagne Countdown of 1 hour and 70 Seconds of free Champagne for all guests. Keep your eyes peeled – it’ll be announced on social media, from which time you can buy tickets to claim a spot for 1 hour and 70 seconds of free champagne!

  • Murder On The Orient Express Menu – Throughout October, enjoy a 1930s themed menu at Searcys St Pancras Restaurant in celebration of Searcys partnership with the upcoming film Murder on The Orient Express. The menu highlights dishes traditionally served on the trains during this time, including slow cooked lamb broth, a double-baked Roquefort soufflé, and salmon and dill fishcakes.

For further information on Searcys 170th birthday celebrations, see searcys170.co.uk



 

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