…in a strange land in The Cafe in the Attic, Berkhamsted
We are very pleased to announce that you are now able to purchase …in a strange land products from the Café in the Attic in Berkhamsted.
Beautifully situated on the 4th floor of Home and Colonial, the café offers freshly made cakes, sandwiches and hot meals alongside Fair Trade tea and coffee including our very own T Project teas from Yunnan, China.
Home and Colonial itself is an antiques and vintage clothing store set out over four floors on the site of the original Home and Colonial stores which was one of a nationwide chain specialising in the import and sale of tea from around the world.
We are very pleased that our fair trade tea is now available in such a significant and historically relevant space. You can try our tea in relaxed surroundings and check out our products before you buy them.
The café is co-owned by our founder Joe Burns along with Kylie Lincoln and Jon Warbrick. If you have any questions about any of the products on site, Joe will be on hand to answer them and to talk you through all of our teas and coffees.
We have a comprehensive range on display in the café, situated on the 4th floor of Home and Colonial, 134 High Street, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, from tea and coffee to scarves, homeware and toys.
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