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Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother's Day Gift Guide

  by Henna Patel

 Let her know that she is one in a million with one of our interior gifts. Whether you want to spoil her rotten with an indulgent gift or looking for something unique, we have complied the best interior gifts that will bring a smile to [...]

Tags: Tea, Anthropologie, Debenhams, Flowers, garden, Harrods, home, interiors, John Lewis, Liberty, Mother's Day, Mother's Day 2015, Mothering Sunday, Not on the High Street, Paperchase, Selfridges, Sophie Conran, vases
Unique Christmas Advent Calendars

Unique Christmas Advent Calendars

  by Carolina Kaufmann

It is almost the season to start the 24 day countdown! This year, Glam has shifted away from only-chocolate traditional advent calendars to more quirky and personalised ones too. Here is a round up of our favourite themed ones out there, [...]

Tags: Tea, Advent Calendar, candles, chocolate, Christmas, December, DIY, kitchen, living room, spirits
Restaurant Review: Gauthier Soho in London's West End

Restaurant Review: Gauthier Soho in London's West End

  by Felicity Spector

This is the story of a journey. From small family run gardens to the carefully selected batches, to a range of rare teas with a delicacy and intensity of flavour which is simply astonishing. No wonder that the brothers behind Lalani and Co [...]

Tags: Tea, Gauthier Soho, Lalani & Co, London restaurant review, restaurant, Restaurant Review
An Interview With Tea Guru Rebecca Paul

An Interview With Tea Guru Rebecca Paul

  by Charlotte Jones

Rebecca Paul may have a background in finance but her latest venture is of an altogether more holistic nature. Paul launched Silver Lantern, a provider of high quality loose leaf teas and tisanes, tea in August 2012 after travelling around [...]

Tags: Tea, An Interview With, An Interview With Chef, brewing, Health, Rebecca Paul, Silver Lantern
An Afternoon Tea for Russophiles at Mari Vanna in London's Knightsbridge

An Afternoon Tea for Russophiles at Mari Vanna in London's Knightsbridge

  by Charlotte Jones

London's Knightsbridge-based Russian restaurant Mari Vanna, which opened earlier this year, has received some mixed reviews, and as a huge fan of that region and its diverse cuisine, I waited some time before venturing there to make my own [...]

Tags: Tea, Black tea, Caffeine, Charlotte, Crops, East European Travel, Giles Corens, Hospitality/Recreation, Knightsbridge, Knightsbridge-based Russian restaurant Mari Vanna, London, London Restaurant Reviews, lux-food, Mari Vanna, Meals, Napoleon Cake, Person Travel, restaurant critic, Restaurant Review, Russia, summer at home, Tea culture, tea diaries, tea series, The Times