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,
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.
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!
Thanks for your lesson!
Today’s lesson is my great memory for London trip. I really appropriate your kindness and support.
I don’t know afternoon tea has so long history and importance for women. But owning to your lesson, I learned it and understanded british culture. I’ll tell my mom how to make scone, shortbread and also sandwiches, when I come back to Japan.
I can’t buy other scone, because your is best!!
Thanks a lot.
See you again☆
It was such a wonderful experience for me.
I enjoy not only afternoon tea but also your story(talking) about it.
My son really likes the shortbread, I will try to make by myself.
you and Ryoko. I really enjoyed your lecture and learned a lot from
you. I was also impressed with your Victorian house and amazing
My husband also loves your scones and cakes! I’ll surely make them
again and again. I will book your baking classes too when I find
friends to go to your lesson with.
Hope you have a lovely week ahead.
Thank you so much for the lesson on the 19th. I really enjoyed baking and interested hearing about the history of afternoon tea.
Evening we baked at the lesson were brilliant!
Especially for the scones!
I have tried to bake scones several times, but it never comes up as nice as the one we baked in the class.
I will try to bake it when I get back to Japan with your recipes.
I will let you know how it goes😋
Thank you again and will definitely take your baking lesson when I vist London next time.
Happy holidays and Merry christmas🎄
Thank you for such amazing memories.
I really enjoyed your hearty lesson and delicious afternoon tea.
During the lesson, I had been thinking that this wonderful moment would be lasting!
Many thanks and love,
Your class was so refreshing!!!
You are so gracious and inclusive and a wonderful cook and hostess! I loved being with you and the delightful ladies, including your youngest lady, Isabella!
Thank you heartily!!!!
Thank you for today’s wonderful lesson. I had really good time and also learnt a lot.
I’ll make scones at home as you taught me!!
Thank you so much for the lesson yesterday. I enjoyed it very much. I was really glad that I could join it. I’ve learned a lot from you. Your hospitality is common to Japanese tea ceremony “SADOU”.
Your wonderful lesson for the three hours became a lifelong memory for me.
Thank you, Giuliana!
What a delightful experience to share with my sister as we met you and experienced the joy of baking and sharing tea. This was a memory we will long remember and charish. Guiliana, you are so welcoming and warm. We felt like we were friends before we met you. Thank you for sharing your time with us.
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.
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,
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.
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!)
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!