Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea, a quintessentially British pastime. Afternoon tea was first introduced to England by Anna, The Duchess of Bedford in early 1800. A mini-meal is served on a 3 tier cake stand with a variety of teas. The art of having Afternoon Tea is a formal tradition.

Join us for our Quintessential Afternoon Tea and Etiquette event and learn the difference between the various tea servings.

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