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TeaTime • March/April 2021 Volume 18, Issue 2
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Easter Essentials • Celebrate the holiday with cheerful finds perfect for afternoon tea in the spring.
Floral Blends • Welcome springtime with an array of flower-kissed teas that are sure to please when steeped according to the purveyors’ directions.
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Perennial Rose • Royal Doulton’s Centennial Rose presents a timeless rosy motif idyllic for a springtide table.
Welcome Spring • Mark the coming of spring, a season of renewal and birth, with afternoon tea. Guests will delight in the flavorful courses, which can be enjoyed by all, including those with gluten sensitivities.
International Women’s Day Tea • March 8 marks the global day of recognition for the achievements of women around the world. To celebrate this occasion, host a tea with a menu inspired by the cuisine of different nations.
Easter Festivity • Invite friends and loved ones for an extravagant Easter celebration at a table bedecked for the occasion. From Carrot Cake Scones to Easter Egg Macarons, each course of this tea party incorporates classic trademarks of the holiday.
Sweet Springtime Delights • Charming, flower-shaped gluten-free scones boast relaxing chamomile, luscious white chocolate, and bright blueberry flavors.
Sharing the Culinary Soul of Ireland • A cookery school experience is one of the best ways to discover Ireland’s food heritage, and it’s especially nice when there’s tea, too. Here is an inside look at two cookery schools—a new one in Northern Ireland and a decades-old, award-winning institution in County Cork—that offer an immersive, intimate taste of their island.
Gourmet Sweet Botanicals • Elevating dining experiences one flavorful garnish at a time
Through the Years • A look back at TeaTime’s first 99 issues since its inception in Fall 2003
Taking Tea in Richmond • A city steeped in history and tea
Lovejoy’s Tearoom • Channeling San Francisco’s quirky vibe
Do You Take Milk • A history of jugs and creamers
Letters of Hope • One family’s mission for their communi-tea.
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