Museum of tea and coffee, London, England
- Country: England
- City: London
- Address: Dewhurst House, 3-5 Winnett St, London, Greater London W1D 6JY
Love tea and coffee so ingrained in the soul of every Englishman that she has grown not only in tradition, but was transformed into a magnificent Museum dedicated to this amazing drink.
To visit this wonderful Museum is every connoisseur of these aromatic liquids, there really is something to see. The founder of this splendor, the heir of the dynasty “Tea of kings” – Edward the Bram. He not only managed to establish a Museum on the site where once was held the unloading of the goods, but also keep the century-old tradition.
The Museum is divided into four sections: two of them dedicated to tea and coffee, the third Department store with themed merchandise, fourth – caféwhere you can enjoy a drink with a snack.
Each exhibit is equipped with a label with a description of various facts, there is also the opportunity to view films about growing and harvesting these plants.
The distribution of exposures made by countries, and accompanied by accompanying objects. It has everything: the samovar “tea lady”, painted set of Austrian porcelain, wedgewood porcelain cups with taped mustache, meter samovar, machining machines and even a century of packaging. No one will be disappointed.