Champagne Bollinger will be offering its own unique take on British afternoon tea at The Bollinger Burlington Bar in Mayfair.
The special menu has been created in collaboration with fellow Royal Warrant holder, patisserie chef Didier Merveilleux, who has developed a number of dishes to pair with a glass of Bollinger’s signature Special Cuvée, including mini peach and vanilla tart, mini strawberry choux craquelin and passion yuzu macaroon. They will also be garnished with edible decorations, such as golden crowns, to fit the theme, and the tableware from Thomas Good & Co. is also similar to that supplied to the Royal Household.
Beyond the Coronation comestibles, visitors to Bollinger Burlington Bar will also be able to view the first commissioned portrait of King Charles III, both through the bar’s window and on a collector’s edition menu. Champagne Bollinger’s historical Royal Warrant certifications will also be on display.
The portrait was painted by Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) scholar Alastair Barford, as commissioned by Coronation co-host Illustrated London News, and for each Afternoon Treat Menu sold, Champagne Bollinger will be making a donation to QEST in recognition of their work in supporting British craftsmanship.
Victoria Carfantan, director of Champagne Bollinger, Group Bollinger UK & Global Partnerships, said: “As a Royal Warrant holder since 1884, Champagne Bollinger looks forward to welcoming guests to The Bollinger Burlington Bar to raise a toast to His Majesty King Charles III, to celebrate his Coronation and to indulge in the Champagne Bollinger Coronation Afternoon Treat, a true one-off experience, created by Royal Warrant patisserie chef Didier Merveilleux.”
The menu will be available until 14 May and is priced at £125 per person, including a glass of Special Cuvée. To book, click here.