Tags » Fortnum & Mason

My Trip to London (May 2016)

When my cousin asked me in the beginning of May if I was interested in going with him to London at the end of May, I had to think about it for a few hours and check if I could get time off to go. 1,402 more words


Late Night Shopping in Central

So this next story qualifies as something of a first for me. Although I’d spent countless nights driving around Central London dropping off hard-drives to Soho for my previous job, I’d never before spent any time doing any late night shopping in Central beyond brief glances at the brightly lit window displays of Oxford Street and the surrounding areas from the driver seat of my van. 1,062 more words

Review of Fortnum & Mason Earl Grey Tea

Ok I am girl who loves her tea especially a nice cup of earl grey. So when we received a gift hamper from Fortnum & Mason which contained 3 small tins of tea they had my name on. 336 more words

Dairy Free

Enjoying GLUTEN FREE Easter Eggs in 2016 (Part 3): Luxurious Chocolates: (Fortnums & Mason, Harrods, Harvey Nics and Selfridges)...

My final Chocolate Easter Egg posting includes some luxurious Chocolate Easter Eggs, Figurines and Chocolate Mini Eggs from some of the most Luxurious Department Stores in London, after already covering many… 2,115 more words

Product Review:

Instore tasting at Fortnum & Mason for Mother's Day

Earlier this week be popped into Fortnum & Mason for an instore tasting session.

We offer in store tastings and cookie decorating workshops as part of our support package for our key stockists to help drive sales and increase footfall into stores. 149 more words

Family dairy sells cream fit for the Queen

A Cornish dairy which has grown from a small business into a company employing 100 is now supplying its clotted cream to the the Queen’s grocer, Fortnum & Mason. 422 more words


Fortnum & Mason, St James's, London, UK

London, UK, images; wholesale and retail, luxury department stores

Fortnum & Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER

Fortnum & Mason, founded in the early 18th century, is particularly famous for traditional English groceries, such as preserves, Christmas pudding, tea and food hampers. 39 more words

Great Britain