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TeaTime May/June 2021

TeaTime is America's #1 magazine for tea enthusiasts- and now you can enjoy every single page on your tablet! The magazine shares inspirational tea-party menues, recipes, and table-setting ideas, tea focused destinations and events, tea traditions and much more. Every issue of TeaTime magazine includes tea pairings and expert advice, ideas for creating beautiful tablescapes, and fascinating articles on tea experiences across the world!

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Hoffman Media
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2 min
editor’s letter

come for tea Those of us who truly love tea as a beverage would find it difficult to even imagine a day going by in which we would not partake of the wonderful elixir. And when a happy occasion such as a wedding, a baby shower, or Mother’s Day comes along, afternoon tea seems like the perfect means by which to celebrate. As you peruse this early summertime issue, you’ll find beautiful table settings, tasty recipes, and expert tea pairings to inspire you to host a teatime for a bride-to-be (page 25) or to honor the motherlike figures in your life (page 49). You’ll also find clever ways of revealing through tea fare the gender of a soon-to-be-born child in our charming afternoon tea that begins on page 35. If you’ve always…

2 min
dear teatime

An Irish TeaTime “Thank you for the Irish issue. I love Ireland and was thrilled to see an entire issue focused on that beautiful island. The Irish people are so kind, and they love their tea!” DORIE RAYBUCK via website “How exciting it was when the first-ever Irish issue arrived in my mailbox. I was elated to see Ashford Castle featured. It has been on my bucket list for years. Last year, I was able to visit Ireland and stay at Ashford Castle. It is a magical place! Your article brought back fond memories of having afternoon tea and the castle. Thank you!” FRANCES LAMPARTER via email “I was so excited to see the Irish issue of TeaTime. ‘The Tea Experience on The Emerald Isle’ was a lesson in history. The photos in the magazine are breathtaking.…

3 min
tea events calendar

May 1 Derby Hat Day Tea Party 11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. Jane’s Tea House Haddon Heights, New Jersey Don your finest and frilliest hat to honor the 147th Kentucky Derby. While the race is usually commemorated by toasting with mint juleps, a toast with freshly brewed tea is a wonderful alternative. This themed tea party will include a pot of hot tea, assorted tea sandwiches, a scone, and a collection of delicious desserts. To reserve your spot for this event or to learn more, call 856-508-0080 or visit janesteahouse.com. 8 Children’s Mother’s Day Tea 2:30 & 4:30 p.m. Ocean House Watch Hill, Rhode Island The young and young at heart are invited to partake in a whimsical tea party complete with tea cakes, snacks, and assorted sweets. Moms, grandmas, aunts, and all women of honor will enjoy the interactive…

2 min
a burst of lavender

Honeyed Lavender Scones Makes 12 to 14 The luscious texture of these scones is largely due to the secret ingredient—cream cheese! Honey, which replaces the usual granulated sugar in the recipe, adds a perfect level of gentle sweetness, while culinary-grade lavender, which is pesticide-free, imparts a delightful floral fragrance and flavor, not to mention serving as a delicate garnish. Teatime guests may find it hard to eat only one scone, especially when warm and paired with lemon curd, as pictured, or with a favorite jam, such as raspberry. 2 cups gluten-free all-purpose flour1 tablespoon baking power1¼ teaspoons dried culinary lavender, divided¼ teaspoon fine sea salt4 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cubed2 ounces cold cream cheese, cubed1 cup plus 1 tablespoon cold heavy whipping cream, divided3 tablespoons plus ¼ teaspoon honey, divided¼ teaspoon vanilla extract •…

4 min
resources for readers

COVER Spode Stafford Flowers teapot, teacup and saucer sets, and salad plates courtesy of Tea and Old Roses, 205-413-7753, teaandoldroses.com. Pink hobnail cake stand and antique linens from private collection. TITLE PAGE Page 2: Ellgreave 0482 teapot and Minton Laurentian Pink teacup and saucer set available for rent at Tea and Old Roses, 205-413-7753, teaandoldroses.com. MASTHEAD Page 5: (Clockwise from top right) Hammersley Ham37 footed cup and saucer set (price not available); Hammersley Howard Sprays flat cup and saucer set ($49.99); Royal Chelsea Moss Rose, Gold Vine and Trim footed cup and saucer ($27.99); Hammersley Grandmother’s Rose footed cup and saucer set ($47.99); Roslyn Sweet Romance footed cup and saucer set ($19.99); Lynmore Romance flat cup and saucer set ($23.99) from Replacements, Ltd., 800-737-5223, replacements.com. OUR FAVORITES Page 15: (Back row, left to right) Noritake Rothschild fluted…

16 min
to sip and to hold

While it might not be a first inclination to host a tea party to commemorate a wedding, the two go hand-in-hand. In fact, teas honoring the bride and bridesmaids have been popular for many years. And there has been a gradual emergence of people opting for intimate afternoon-tea receptions in lieu of grand, boisterous parties. Whether it’s hosting a bridal tea before the nuptials or treating guests to a teatime reception with scones, savories, and sweets (and plenty of tea to drink), here is a roundup of six businesses, restaurants, and tearooms that offer afternoon tea and serve as picturesque wedding venues. The Golden Horseshoe Inn 9 Golden Horseshoe Road • Stanardsville, Virginia 22973 434-566-2555 • goldenhorseshoeinn.com Tucked into the mountainous region just south of the Shenandoah National Park, the historic Golden Horseshoe Inn…