Indulge in high tea and affordable luxury at Pepper Club Hotel

2017-10-10 19:00 - Ishani Chetty
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Cape Town - The sophisticated and luxurious Pepper Club Hotel & Spa has launched high tea at the Paparazzi Bar.

It helps that the hotel is located in one of the most trendy inner city districts - Cape Town's Loop Street... and we got to see what all the fuss was about.  

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Luxurious high tea 

The Pepper Club Hotel & Spa has taken on a modern approach to its traditional high tea, with loose-leaf blends from TWG Teas being the central point.

TWG teas are unique, boasting an increasing trend in loose-leaf teas. The TWG brand produces aromatic and original blends in Singapore. There are a total of 1000 TWG Teas but SA is home to 150 different flavours and blends. 

The delicious high tea treats range from various sweet and savoury treats - including unique flavours such as cheese and beetroot gourmet sandwiches.

Scott Hendrie, the head chef, chooses suitable treats to be paired with various tea. The choice of teas include chocolate tea with real pieces of dark chocolate.

The high tea is perfect for summer, as you can enjoy the summer breeze on the balcony of the Paparazzi Bar or snuggle in the indoor lounge area. 

Spend the afternoon lazying away as you enjoy the wonderful delicasies and tea on offer. It is the perfect excuse to escape the hustle and bustle in the heart of the city. 


Details

Venue: Paparazzi Bar at the Pepper Club Hotel & Spa

Time: Daily between 14:00 - 18:00 

Cost: R150 per single stand and R299 per stand for two. This includes a pot of specialty tea, filter coffee or cappuccino per person.

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