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What makes the perfect cup of tea is something our barista team takes very seriously, from the water temperature to the history and science behind each individual tea that we serve.

To find out more about the perfect cup and our partners Canton Tea head over to #TheWolseleyJournal https://www.thewolseley.com/canton-tea/

Photograph by Rodica
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‪Each of our teapots are sourced and specially selected for #TheWolseleyCollection from the leading silver suppliers in London. Learn about their fascinating history, over on #TheWolseleyJournal https://www.thewolseley.com/beautifully-made-expertly-curated/
‪Photograph by Nasya‬
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A moment at 160 Piccadilly captured by Pimsiri Nakswasdi.
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‪A rare moment of solitude at the bar. ‬

‪Captured by Giulia Balletti‬
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Pancakes topped with maple syrup to finish the working week.
#BreakfastAtTheWolseley
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For the first time, we are delighted to offer a selection of sparkling iced teas.
Ideal for the summer months, three distinctive varieties – Earl Grey, Berry & Hibiscus and Jasmine Bud, have been created especially for The Wolseley by our new tea partners, Canton Tea, in close collaboration with our Head Barista, Lukas Krupala.
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‪Our Best of British #AfternoonTea, best enjoyed with our iconic silverware, from Silver-plated Caddy Spoons to Vintage Silver-plated Teapots. All available online at #TheWolseleyShop

‪Photograph by Siobhan Ferguson.
https://www.thewolseley.com/product-category/silverware/
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The view from the bar #BreakfastAtTheWolseley
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‪Breakfast in The Salon ‬

‪Captured by Akiko ‬

‪#BreakfastAtTheWolseley‬
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‪Burlington Arcade transformed into ‘The English Garden’. ‬
‪Installation by artist Mathilde Nivet and made entirely of paper, on display until the end of August. ‬
‪Photograph by Catherine ‬
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