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The Langham, Chicago Welcomes Spring With Afternoon Tea Special

The Langham, Chicago announced a new line of afternoon teas, a special for the spring season. Executive Chef Anthony Zamora and Executive Pastry Chef Scott Green introduced the teatime menu with bright colors and edible flowers.

The "Springtime Afternoon Tea" menu features three items that pair tea flavors with light appetizers, including grilled asparagus with la quercia prosciutto, whipped egg, marigold rock shrimp rillettes, English peas, morel mushrooms, micro orchids and more. Other menu items include a jasmine tea & raisin scone, raspberry jam and devon cream.

The Langham Chicago Debuts Tea Service

The Langham Chicago hosts a holiday-themed Wonderland Afternoon Tea this season in their Pavilion Lounge.

The event was inspired by The Langham, London, which opened in 1865 and was the first Grand Hotel to serve afternoon tea. The traditional mid-afternoon ritual features a pot of tea, finger sandwiches, scones and miniature pastries. The Langham’s tea selection featured more than 20 blends, including two signature teas.

The Langham, Chicago Selling Art at Hotel

The Langham, Chicago has recently started selling art from the hotel’s second floor. The artists, Hedrich Blessing, a renowned Chicago architectural photographer, and Julian Opie, a world-famous British visual artist, both have art for sale at Flavours of Langham.

The two artists are featured throughout the hotel, with photos by Blessing found in the guest rooms and corridors and Opie’s digital prints hanging in the hotel’s Travelle restaurant.

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