20 April 2012

Afternoon Tea At Langham Melbourne

Myself with Gorgi Coghlan, Chef Tsang (Langham Hong Kong) and Langham Melbourne Exec Chef Anthony Ross at the media launch for my afternoon tea series
Mini Chocolate, Mandarin & Salted Caramel on the menu
Dessert Table at the launch
Another angle
Even the GM can't resist!
Langham are taking bookings now
It was very exciting for all of us at Sweet Studio today as it was the first in my three exclusive afternoon tea sessions at the beautiful Langham Melbourne Hotel.

I have teamed up with this prestigious hotel to present some of my signature flavours in miniature to be enjoyed in the opulent surroundings of their fabulous Melba restaurant. I am pleased to say the feedback was excellent today and from the media launch last month and it was fully booked out today.

On the menu today were our famous Chocolate, Mandarin & Salted Caramel cake, our NEW tube dessert: Explosive Raspberry, our decadent Black Forest Eclair and a few more of our sweet favourites including our passionfruit clouds. All this accompanied by the Langham's famous sandwiches and scones.

Don't worry if you missed out on todays event as there are still a few tickets for the event on the 4th May and tickets are also on sale for the last confirmed date on the 1st June.

Click here to go to the Melba website to find out more or to book.



June Z. said...

I went today. The sweets were as divine as usual and totally worth the visit. Great co-branding initiative! But I was disappointed to find out those cakes on the central table were for display ONLY!! Plus the serving staff didn't seem to be knowledgeable about the sweets served, not to mention about B&P- opportunities lost in terms of wooing loyal followings... Wish you all the success with the next few afternoon teas!

June Z.

Darren Purchese said...

Hi June,

Thanks for attending the Langham yesterday. You have raised a couple of valid points, both of which I will be discussing with the Langham prior to my next event.



Thermomixer said...

Good to see the sarnies. Peanut butter & jelly? Or maybe smoked salmon ;)