James Bond Afternoon Tea at 108 Pantry


108 Pantry is set to shake up its traditional Afternoon tea with the launch of a bespoke James Bond offering from Wednesday 21st October. Featuring an edible cigar, delicious poker chip cookies and the option to indulge with a Vesper Martini, it’s the perfect way to celebrate the latest James Bond film; Spectre.


Executive Chef Russell Ford will be introducing the James Bond twist to 108’s traditional afternoon tea menu for a limited time only, from Wednesday 21st October to Sunday 1st November 2015. This will coincide with the world premiere of Spectre, the 24th instalment of the epic franchise that features James Bond’s first encounter with the global criminal agency known as SPECTRE. Using his modern British style, Russell will treat guests to an array of delicious treats, savoury and sweet, from £28 per person. Guests who wish to truly indulge can include a Vesper martini, the cocktail which James Bond invented in Casino Royale – three parts Gin, one part Vodka and a half part Lillet Blanc – for £38.



Guests can enjoy an array of savoury delicacies including a blini topped with vodka and beetroot cured salmon and caviar, a baked ham and mustard sandwich, an open roast beef sandwich with potato salad and watercress, a Dorset crab and avocado club sandwich and 108’s classic plain scones. There’s also a gorgeous selection of sweet treats and pastries which include; a chocolate, raspberry and honeycomb mini martini – James Bond’s preferred drink (shaken not stirred), chocolate and matcha tea poker chip cookies referencing Casino Royale in 2006 and a Ginger brandy snap cigar served with a passion fruit cream with a chilli kick, reminiscent of Raoul’s Cigar Factory in Die Another Day.


To book this exclusive James Bond Afternoon Tea call 108 Pantry on 020 7969 3900 or visit www.108brasserie.com.


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