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The English Cream Tea Company - So British!

The English Cream Tea Company | Hamper Lounge

There is a sneaky kind of joy in treating someone to a little pick-me-up. You brew sinister plots for days, looking at this website and that, going to 007 lengths to conceal your nefarious designs from the intended recipient, just so you can watch them instantly transform into a wide-eyed child on Christmas at the sight of that daintily wrapped box of goodies.

Yes, gifts are all about brewing sinister schemes - and love. Gifts are about love. And so it matters when they are prepared with a genuine passion for making people happy.

With this in mind, we have made sure to select the very best suppliers for our hampers and gifts offering. We are proud to unveil The English Cream Tea Company as one of the suppliers we have chosen to work with.

Started by Jane Malyon in 2011, The English Cream Tea Company aims to deliver the posh hotel afternoon tea experience. Jane and her husband Roger are passionate about proper afternoon tea and want to share that passion with the world. 

One of the reasons we have selected The English Cream Tea Company is the quintessential Englishness of the products they offer - luxury jams, marmalade and of course tea.  

Jane is a genuinely nice person who approaches her work with dedication, professionalism and enthusiasm. It sure helps when you know you're working with good people!





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