Celebrate the Winter season with an exquisite selection of tea time treats from High Tea by Cordis with TWG. Served on a beautiful three-tier stand with elegant TWG crockery, these handcrafted sweets, savouries and scones will delight your palette with a wealth of Winter flavours and ingredients.
Savoury treats include lamb confit on a sable with mint cream cheese; beetroot cured salmon with horseradish cream; macaron filled with goat cheese and red onion puree; and Winter truffle ricotta panna cottta with pickled radish.
Sweet tooths can savour tempting treats including a delectable dark chocolate cup with grapefruit jel and honey mousse; a caramelised apple tarte tatin; a playful 'snowball' tartlet filled with yoghurt mousse and passionfruit; and a chestnut and blackcurrant eclair.
Delicate sandwiches and freshly made scones served with artisan jams and clotted cream complete the experience, along with a Vanilla Bourbon mocktail and an indulgent Tropezienne filled with pistachio cream and orange marmalade.
A premium range of exclusive teas is available from luxury tea brand TWG or add a sparkle to your celebration with a glass of Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne.
Where: Chandelier Lounge, Lobby Level, Cordis, Auckland hotel, 83 Symonds Street, Auckland
When: Until 30 September 2021
Available: Mon-Fri: 11:30am - 2:00pm | 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Sat-Sun: 11:30am - 1:30pm | 2:00pm - 4:00pm | 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Adults: Mon-Fri, NZ$59 | Sat, Sun & Public Holidays, NZ$69
Children: Cody High Tea by Cordis - Mon-Fri, NZ$38 | Sat, Sun & Public Holidays, NZ$48
*Champagne is additional.
Bookings are essential. Please contact (09) 300 2924 or email@example.com.
Terms and Conditions
- Bookings are essential and subject to availability.
- Vanilla Bourbon mocktail is included.
- Due to seasonality and availability of ingredients, some menu and food items may vary accordingly.
- Langham Supper Club discount is eligible (blackout dates may apply).
- Alcohol can only be served to those aged 18 and over.
- In case of disputes, Cordis, Auckland reserves the right to a final decision.