The Handbook has teamed up with Fortnum & Mason to offer one lucky winner the chance to enjoy afternoon tea for four people at the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon.
Fortnum & Mason’s Tea Salon has been a great many of things for over 312 years. Beginning as an apartment for the Fortnum family, an interior decorating department in the 1920s and 1930s, and an antiques department and a restaurant known as St. James’s, it now pays homage to the timeless tradition of Afternoon Tea.
Epitomising the sophistication of Afternoon and High Tea in all its splendour, the Diamond Jubilee was named in honour of Her Majesty’s visit in 2012, when she formally opened the room, in the company of their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Afternoon Tea has been an institution at Fortnum & Mason for centuries but, in which year did Fortnum & Mason open the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2012?
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