‘Hotels are back!’ declared Country & Town House magazine in a recent feature celebrating the reopening of the UK hospitality sector. Its cheers were no doubt echoed in homes across the country. Room service, fluffy white bathrobes and spas… Oh, hotels, we’ve missed you! Continue reading “How to Make Your Next Hotel Stay More Luxurious”
The name Earl Grey is as closely associated with tea as the custom of tea-drinking is with British culture. Earl Grey tea is traditionally made with Chinese black tea and flavoured with bergamot, the oil extracted from the Italian-grown citrus fruit of the same name. The blend is regarded as the world’s most popular flavoured tea. Continue reading “Who Was Earl Grey and Why Do We Drink Tea Named after Him?”
Founded in London in 1769, Debrett’s is a national institution and leading authority on upper-class society. The company has produced Debrett’s Peerage & Baronetage, a comprehensive guide to the holders of British hereditary titles, at regular intervals for more than 250 years.
If you’re curious to discover whether the Duke of Westminster is married or where the Earl of Devon was educated, for example, you can consult Debrett’s pages. Continue reading “Debrett’s – An Authority on Elite Society for Over 250 Years”