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TeaTime Special Issues
Opener • Discover the history of the French love affair with tea while exploring a fascinating mélange of tearooms, venues, and companies in France as well as in the United States.
France’s Love Affair with Tea
Afternoon Tea a la Francaise • Notable Parisian venues
Finding Tea in Nantes • An abundance of unique tea experiences in northwestern France
Nina’s Marie-Antoinette • A French Teahouse with Royal Charm
Taking Tea at the Baccarat Hotel New York • A custom-crafted tea service amid handcrafted crystal
Emilie’s French Teas • A Nantes native’s American dream of tea and wellness.
J’adore Limoges • Discovering the history of the porcelain capital of France
Opener • Inspired by the iconic cuisine of France, delectable savory and sweet treats, accompanied by expert tea pairings, are presented on beautiful wares for teatime fêtes that are simply delightful.
Tea-Steeping Guide • The quality of the tea served at a tea party is as important as the food and the décor. To be sure your infusion is successful every time, here are some basic guidelines to follow.
Thé à la Provençale • Bring the ambiance of the South of France to your guests with a lovely table and fare that will make them feel like they are sitting in the gorgeous countryside.
Parisian Elégance • A gorgeous table set with antique linens and touches of gold is an ideal backdrop for a refined French-themed tea party.
Café Teatime • Imbibe in afternoon tea in a casual, plein air setting and enjoy a delightful array of classic cuisine in tea-size portions.
Un Thé Royal • Incorporate different hues of purple—the French color for royalty—for a truly elegant teatime, and serve fellow Francophiles a regal menu of inspired cuisine.
Children’s Easter Tea • Celebrate with a cheery table and tasty fare to pay homage to the French cloches volantes (flying bells) that are said to bring chocolate and eggs at Eastertide.
Gluten-free Scones • Teatime guests who are sensitive to gluten will cheer when served any of the scones from this delightful quartet of recipes.