Dear Giuliana…

Tomoko Sasaki

I’m Tomoko Sasaki who attended your class last Tuesday.
I’m back to Japan this morning. I wish I could have stayed longer…..
I just wanted to say thank you for such a lovely seminar and lovely food, and tea of course! I was really glad that I could join it.

I’ll remember what you said like “Have it the way you enjoy it” and “You are the best judge.” This is what I’ve believed. And I am glad to hear that from you.
Again, thank you very much and I would like to come back to London, hopefully, sometime soon.
Thanks & Best regards,

Tomoko Sasaki

Shubert Valeria

I am writing to you to thank you for that absolutely charming and delicious visit you had given me yesterday, on the 7th of July.
All the information was very useful and interesting and I really liked your house, which seemed to have come from my dream,so cosy and sweet it is!
Thank you again for your warm welcome and kind advice, I appreciated it so much.
Your faithfully,
Shubert Valeria

Hideki

My wife and I fully appreciate you for your hospitality at the afternoon tea lesson last week.
I read your book especially chapters about history of tea and afternoon tea in England. That was very interesting partly because the Victorian era is overlapped with the Meiji era in Japanese history when Japan dramatically changed from the old system to modern and civilized society. In that period, England and Japan had a tight connection, and that might be a source that we Japanese love English culture including afternoon tea.
Another interesting thing for me is, shared communality between English afternoon tea and Japanese tea. Japanese tea seems more formal and restricted by rules at a glance, however, the spirituality of hospitality is very similar with English afternoon tea. As I love Japanese tea, I was very glad that you have interest to it which appeared in your book.
As I said, I came to London and will stay by the next year. This is my sabbatical leave. The reason why I came here is just I love England. I am fully enjoying my stay, and your lesson is an important part of that.
I hope that many Japanese people will attend your lesson and experience one of beautiful pearls of English culture.
Again thank you so much.

Best regards,

Hideki

Akiko Nishi

I have taken your lesson today.
It was lovely time and enjoyed it with you.
I love your teaching way.
You gave us generously of your knowledge and tips. It is very helpful for me to make it at home. I really appreciate it. I’m definitely going to make them at home!!
Thank you very much.
Best regards,
Akiko Nishi

Elly

The time in your house was the best moment in London.
My husband, Tom, he doesn’t usually eat sweets and bread, but when we were at your house, he kept saying it’s sooooo yummy, delish!
London was sooooooo dream city for me and I’m sure going London sooner or later.
If I go to London again, I wish to  attend your baking class with Tom!
Thanks for having us soooo lovely.
Thanks again,
Elly

Naomi

Thank you very much for your wonderful Afternoon Tea lesson today!
I really enjoyed the class and had a lovely time with you:)
Your scones are the best ones I’ve ever had! Really like it.
My husband also loves it, too.
Thank you.
I’m going back Japan this summer, so I will take your baking lesson if I have time.
I’m looking forward to chatting with you soon.
With lots of love,
Naomi

Ekaterina

I’d like to thank you for the time my sister Valeria spent with you on your class. She was extremely excited,inspired and thrilled to have visited your lesson. She said it was ideal and couldn’t have been better!

Thank you for the positive emotions, edication and lovely tea and cakes (she is going to experiment and bake according to the recipes from your book!)
Warmest wishes,

Ekaterina

Yoonso Park

Hello. This is Yoonso Park from Korea.
I took your ‘Giuliana Afternoon Tea Class’ last summer in 2014.
It was really really fantastic and I can’t imagine anything else that I can enjoy in London.
Although it has been quite a long time, I wanted to leave the review of the time on my blog.
I hope it would be helpful to Korean who want to make a good memory in london.
I appreciate you and I hope I can visit London and meet you again.
Sincerely,
Yoonso Park

Gerd Pedersen

I hope everything is fine with you and your classes.
I still think that the Afternoon Tea Class I attended in your lovely home was one of most enjoyable things I did last year.
And now I wonder if you by any chance will held a baking class on Wednesday…? I’m going to London then and I’m very interested to attend if it’s on the schedule.
Have a nice week!
Kind regards
Gerd Pedersen

Jinsok Lee

Yesterday was a wonderful day… ! Thank you for giving us the best memory in London, and it was a great inspiration to us. Time flew so quickly! Also, please say thank you to Mayo for helping us sincerely.
See you later!
Best regards,
Jinsok Lee

Justine

Just wanted to say, thanks again for this morning’s lovely baking lesson. We had a lovely group and I can genuinely say those were the best scones I have ever eaten in my life! My dad has a huge soft spot for scones and clotted cream so I shall be making them again for him.
Great also to have the some afternoon tea treats to keep me going (and baby!) at work today.
Thanks again,
Justine

Thank you very much for your wonderful Afternoon Tea lesson today!
I really enjoyed the class and had a lovely time with you:)
Your scones are the best ones I’ve ever had! Really like it.
My husband also loves it, too.
Thank you.
I’m going back Japan this summer, so I will take your baking lesson if I have time.
I’m looking forward to chatting with you soon.
With lots of love,

Naomi

8th May 2016

Hello. This is Yoonso Park from Korea.

I took your ‘Giuliana Afternoon Tea Class’ last summer in 2014.

It was really really fantastic and I can’t imagine anything else that I can enjoy in London.

Although it has been quite a long time, I wanted to leave the review of the time on my blog.

I hope it would be helpful to Korean who want to make a good memory in london.

* http://blog.naver.com/yunsusweet/220276946943

I appreciate you and I hope I can visit London and meet you again.

Sincerely,

Yoonso Park

18th February 2015

I’d like to thank you for the time my sister Valeria spent with you on your class. She was extremely excited,inspired and thrilled to have visited your lesson. She said it was ideal and couldn’t have been better!
Thank you for the positive emotions, edication and lovely tea and cakes (she is going to experiment and bake according to the recipes from your book!)
Warmest wishes,

Ekaterina

6th July 2015

I hope everything is fine with you and your classes.
I still think that the Afternoon Tea Class I attended in your lovely home was one of most enjoyable things I did last year.
And now I wonder if you by any chance will held a baking class on Wednesday the 18th of March? I’m going to London then and I’m very interested to attend if it’s on the schedule.
Have a nice week!
Kind regards

Gerd Pedersen

28th January 2015