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
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

Topic |   Food and Drinks
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
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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