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24 Karat Gold Tea Introduced

by Sheela Philomena on May 20, 2013 at 2:51 PM
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 24 Karat Gold Tea Introduced

A 24 karat gold afternoon tea, which includes edible gold has been introduced by 51 Buckingham Gate, part of The Taj Group of Hotels, and Luxor Champagne.

The special tea, launched in Britain, features half a bottle of sparkling wine Luxor pure gold 24 karat Brut Champagne, which includes flakes of 24 karat gold. The offering is targeted at London's afternoon tea aficionados, according to a statement.

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Inspired by Luxor, chef Vikas Milhoutra, has created a series of delights, also made with edible gold. The 24 Karat Gold Afternoon Tea includes a Gold Leaf Jelly, White Chocolate Delight with Gold Leaf and Strawberry Tart with Gold Flakes, and is accompanied by a selection of scones and delicate finger sandwiches.

The tea is available at an introductory price of 99 pounds for two, and a prior booking is required for it with a 24-hour notice.

Source: IANS
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