Afternoon Tea Delivery: The Best Places To Get Yours
While we can’t go out for afternoon tea at the moment, we certainly can bring the afternoon tea to our homes.
We’ve rounded up the best sites offering afternoon tea delivery. All these companies will deliver what you need to put on a spread fit for royalty.
We’ve also included options for you to create your own afternoon tea package; buy a hamper and fill it with as much or as little as you want. If you know someone who’s offering afternoon tea delivery, please let us know in the comments below.
The best places offering afternoon tea delivery in London and beyond:
For £15 per person, the team at Betty Blythe can deliver:
- Ham and cheese
- Cheddar cheese and chutney
- Cucumber and cream cheese
- Smoked salmon and cream cheese
- Scones with cream and jam
- Truffle brownie bite
- French macaron
- Mini cupcake
- Victoria sponge slice
Crockery hire and gluten free, dairy free and vegan menus are also available.
Delivery, in London and the surrounding areas; varies according to location and the service is available Tuesday to Saturday 10 am – 1 pm.
Trust good old John Lewis to provide a reasonably priced (and non-alcoholic) afternoon tea, complete with a basket (use again for a garden picnic or line it and use as a planter).
The hamper contains
- Belvoir Fruit Farms Elderflower & Rose Pressé, 25cl
- Belvoir Fruit Farms Raspberry Lemonade, 25cl
- Percy’s Bakery Delightful Creams Sweet Raspberry & White Chocolate, 135g
- Linden Lady Milk Chocolate Bar, 100g
- Radford’s The Sugar Mill Pink Gin Fudge, 150g
- Claire’s Handmade Strawberry & Elderflower Jam, 227g
- Cartwright & Butler Classic Earl Grey Tea, 30g
Gail’s doesn’t offer an afternoon tea package per se, but you can order all the bread, pastries, deli items, fruit, sweets and cakes required. All you have to do is provide the drinks and the crockery.
Gail’s also sells yeast and flour!
Choose from a variety of afternoon tea styles and budgets at this classic hamper company.
While Selfridges does sell hampers, they don’t have a specific afternoon tea version but you can create your own; choose an empty hamper, your food, drink and crockery and you’re all set.
Choose a hamper according to your budget; this is Harrods so we’re talking luxury, but isn’t now the time to treat yourself?
Another DIY afternoon tea option; they don’t sell empty hampers but they have all the tea, sweet/savoury treats and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks you could possibly require!
If you need a gluten free and vegan option, we suggest ordering in some Borough 22 Doughnuts.
They are vegan and gluten free (top 14 allergen free), award-winning and available for delivery across mainland UK.
The restaurant may be closed but you can create your very own afternoon tea and have everything you need delivered to your door in a signature Fortnum & Mason hamper.
Order afternoon tea for two and enjoy:
- 2 x Indulgent Brownies
- 2 x Mini Dreamcake Slices
- 4 x Buttery Scones (please warm them up!)
- 2 x Pots of Rodda’s Clotted Cream
- 1 x Pot of Fruity Jam
- 1 x Cutter & Squidge Fine Loose Leaf Tea*
For £29.90 + £9 delivery anywhere inside the M25.
Order contact-free delivery of all the goodies you need to create your own afternoon tea. You must order a minimum of 10 of each item – i.e. chocolate cupcakes, 10 scones.
Vegan and gluten free afternoon tea options available.
For a more traditional afternoon tea, try a Delimann hamper which contains classics like scones, fudge and jam.
Prices start at £19.50 for award-winning afternoon tea in a box, sent to you (with free delivery) from Devon.
If you don’t have an afternoon tea set ready and waiting to go, here are our favourites:
- Sara Miller Chelsea Collection Cake Stand, £55
- Sara Miller Chelsea Collection Birds Cake Plates, 4 Assorted, £45
- Sara Miller Chelsea Collection Birds Cup and Saucer, £24
Where do you think offers the best afternoon tea delivery?