There’s no necessity of quirky afternoon teas in London.
The classical scone, cucumber sandwich and prohibited tea choice is still going strong, though if you’d like to try something new, there’s a new heatwave-suitable experience.
Halo Top Creamery, a US-based ice cream company, has partnered with Bluebird Café in White City to launch a ‘frozen afternoon tea’, where guest can taste on goodies that are done by ‘fusing singular ice cream flavours with classical puddings’.
Swap your unchanging scone for a red velvet flavour, nip on a Strawberry Cheesecake Stick or Cinnamon Roll Royale, and finish off with a Candy Bar Macaron – an ice cream sandwich filled with, er, ice cream. Wash it all down with a Cookies and Cream Freak Shake or boozy iced tea.
‘I desired a plea of bringing this thought to life and putting a singular turn on a British staple, mixing Halo Top standout flavours with classical cakes and confections,’ pronounced Curtis Poole, conduct fritter cook during Bluebird Café.
‘Creating a witty solidified afternoon tea desirous by a ice cream was positively a initial for me though we consider it is a good approach of bringing dual renouned brands together with a finish outcome being an collection of cakes fusing sentimental flavours with classical puddings.’
‘We unequivocally suffer anticipating new and innovative ways to eat some-more ice cream so couldn’t be some-more vehement to span Halo Top ice cream creations with afternoon tea,’ pronounced Doug Bouton, boss and COO during Halo Top Creamery.
‘Having a possibility to put a Halo Top turn on a British classical feels like a ideal approach to applaud National Ice Cream Month with a UK fans.’
The pop-up launched on 4 Jul and will run until Saturday 27 July.
It’s on offer each Thursday to Saturday from 3pm to 4.30pm, and costs £21.50 per person.
If we wish to supplement prosecco, it’ll cost we £10 more.