The Ivy Marlow Garden – launches new Perrier-Jouët Afternoon Tea

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The Ivy Marlow Garden has partnered with one of France’s most historic Champagne houses, Perrier-Jouët, to launch a sumptuous “Butterfly Kisses” Champagne afternoon tea.

Available until Monday, 29 April, the Perrier-Jouët “Butterfly Kisses” Champagne afternoon tea features an array of delicious sweet and savoury favourites such as truffled chicken brioche roll, marinated cucumber and dill sandwiches, warm fruited scones with Dorset clotted cream and chocolate salted caramel mousse. Guests can also enjoy a limited-edition indulgent chocolate pot topped with edible butterflies to be enjoyed alongside a glass of perfectly chilled Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut.

In further celebration of spring, an installation of over 600 origami green, white and golden butterflies has been suspended from the restaurant’s conservatory, creating a stunning canopy under which afternoon tea can be enjoyed.

All guests ordering the Perrier-Jouët “Butterfly Kisses” Champagne afternoon tea will be presented with a notelet at the end of their meal which will unfold to reveal a message of well wishes, or for 200 lucky guests, a prize (Prizes include a three-course dinner for two at The Ivy Marlow Garden, and a complementary bottle of Perrier-Jouët Champagne)

Richard Martinez, General Manager at The Ivy Marlow Garden says: “We’re delighted to have collaborated with Perrier-Jouët to offer our guests a delicious Champagne afternoon tea to enjoy with friends and loved ones this spring. Whether diners are looking to treat themselves to an afternoon tea following a day out shopping, or for a more special occasion such as Mother’s Day, we are looking forward to welcoming them to enjoy their experience under our beautiful origami butterfly canopy. Hopefully lots of lovely prizes will also be won!”

The Perrier-Jouët “Butterfly Kisses” Champagne afternoon tea is available daily (from 3pm to 5pm) until Monday, 29 April and is priced at £26.50 per person.

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Article author: Paul Merchant

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