There’s nothing more English than tea, this ad from 1948 proclaims. The rich world of tea is examined in Fortnum & Mason: Time for Tea by Tom Parker Bowles, with recipes and drink pairings. Photo: Getty Images
There’s nothing more English than tea, this ad from 1948 proclaims. The rich world of tea is examined in Fortnum & Mason: Time for Tea by Tom Parker Bowles, with recipes and drink pairings. Photo: Getty Images

Time for tea: a guide to choosing, making, drinking and cooking with tea, from morning meals to evening bites

  • Tom Parker Bowles’ recipes go from breakfast to elevenses, lunch, midafternoon, tea time, cocktails, after dinner and bedtime – all with suggested tea pairings
  • Think asparagus with soft boiled egg paired with first flush Darjeeling, chocolate bourbon biscuits with Moroccan mint, and mince pies with rooibos infusion

There’s nothing more English than tea, this ad from 1948 proclaims. The rich world of tea is examined in Fortnum & Mason: Time for Tea by Tom Parker Bowles, with recipes and drink pairings. Photo: Getty Images
There’s nothing more English than tea, this ad from 1948 proclaims. The rich world of tea is examined in Fortnum & Mason: Time for Tea by Tom Parker Bowles, with recipes and drink pairings. Photo: Getty Images
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