The hot pots of tea featured for the day included the House Blend (a traditional black variety), Almond Cookies, or a decaffeinated Raspberry tea.
A generous fresh salad dressed with a strawberry dressing was presented as the first course.
The three tiered tray service included chicken salad, egg salad, and carrot & cheddar cheese sandwiches. There were two of each variety for the guests. They were all very tasty and fresh.
The top tier held the warm English cream scones. It was served with a sweet cream, lemon curd, and strawberry preserves.
And the beautiful assortment of desserts included a tasty meringue, a petite fruit tart, a delicious chocolate truffle in an edible chocolate cup, and a tiny white cake with a sweet pink frosting. Oh yum! The perfect ending to a fun afternoon tea.
Rachel Cox, the owner, greeted our group and shared a little history of the building. Additional photos from her photo gallery can be seen here on the tearoom website. Behind her is a tiny peek into the gift shop where you could purchase the teas that were served along with the lemon curd, and assorted fun tea related items.