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The Langham Afternoon Tea with Champagne

The Langham Afternoon Tea with Laurent-Perrier Champagne

The Langham’s traditional three-tiered afternoon tea will be served with as much French Champagne as you like for the months of January and February 2008.

You can live like royalty with petite scones, smoked salmon pinwheels, ham, tomato, cucumber and egg sandwiches, chocolate coated strawberries, fresh fruit tartlets, lamingtons, English fruit cake, and spice cake…served with Laurent-Perrier Brut NV Champagne which will be refilled for you throughout the afternoon.

This offer is valid until 29 February 2008 and is available at $68 per person.

For traditionalists, the original Langham afternoon tea will continue to be available served with your choice of exotic tea or espresso coffee at $28 per person.

Afternoon tea is served in The Winery (the lobby bar) seven days a week between the hours of 12.00 noon and 4.30pm. Reservations are recommended.

Please note that The Langham will apply the policies of ‘Host Responsibility’ at all times.

ENDS

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