In Hong Kong ‘Yum Cha’ is an integral part of local culture, and in England, the equivalent translates to the long-standing tradition of Afternoon Tea; an essential British indulgence.

The three-tiered culinary treat of cakes, scones and sandwiches accompanying the perfect cup of Lady Grey are only half of the equation that forms the prefect experience, as the utensils used for afternoon tea are equally as important. From fine bone china teacups, cutlery and tablecloths, the tableware are the details and finishing touches that not only serve as a conversation starter, but add the fourth dimension to the ritual; an unforgettable experience. Afternoon tea has become synonymous with opulence and the atmosphere created by genuine antique tableware creates an authentic ambience like no other.

Blooms Tea celebrates the vintage lifestyle, a bygone era of rich heritage. Their pieces convey the passing of time and are here to bridge the gap between traditional British culture and the East. Inspired by the floral patterns typically adorning the teacups, the brand incorporates flowers and nature, bringing a whimsical and other worldly experience to Hong Kong.