Welcome to the latest issue of The Right Tea Newsletter!
Easter this year will definitely be different, but that does not mean it cannot be special. Right?
My family tradition is usually to go out for lunch at one of the local restaurants and then, weather permitting, go for a long walk by the river and enjoy the first warm days of spring.
This year we are staying put and trying to make the most of what we have at home. It is important to be safe so we are coming up with ideas on how to celebrate Easter in a different way.
So, my friends, this month I decided to share with you simple menu ideas for an Easter afternoon tea to get you started if you are looking for a way to make this holiday special for your loved ones, too.
In fact, more than ever, we need a special meal to break with the routine and the feeling of being stuck.
Before we start, let me just say that if you can’t get hold of all the ingredients you need or that you can’t order them in time, please, do not worry.
Let your use your imagination and be creative with whatever you have at home already.
Planning an Easter Afternoon Tea Menu
There are so many takes on the traditional afternoon tea that you can’t possibly go wrong in whatever you choose to serve.
Traditional Afternoon Tea Menu:
The traditional afternoon tea includes both savory and sweet items. If you have a three-tiered stand, this is the proper way to set it up:
Savory Afternoon Tea Menu:
This is ideal for those of you who have less of a sweet tooth and wish to enjoy an afternoon tea all the same:
The typical teas served in afternoon tea ceremonies are black teas. This is a good option because of the strong flavor of some of the elements served that could overpower a more delicate tea.
This is the ideal meal to pair with a pot of Darjeeling, Assam or Ceylon tea. Take a look at these black teas here.
Time to get ready!
Get your favorite tea set out. Yes, the good one! Make this Easter afternoon tea a special one!
There are so many great things you can include in your afternoon tea that you better be prepared not to have dinner Easter Sunday, and that’s okay, too.
More articles about tea are coming, so keep on the lookout for the next issue of our newsletter. While you wait, look around our website and learn more about tea and its health benefits.
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