Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Tea at The Heathman

The tea court at The Heathman was full of twinkling lights that just danced before us.
Afternoon tea was served to a room full of Christmas JOY.
Ladies enjoying the company of a friend, chatting, or just savoring tea time.
The three tiered server was a delight to the eyes.
Savories and Sandwiches are always my favorite part of Afternoon Tea.
There was Crevette Salad Profiteroles, Duck Rillettes, Goat Cheese Crostini,
Classic Cucumber Sandwich, and Sun-Dried Tomato Deviled Egg.
No tea time is complete without a scone with cream and jam.
Sweets were a Spice Cake, Chocolate Feuilletine, Machu Picchu Chocolate Mousse,
Lemon Tart, Devil's Food Chocolate Tea Cupcake, and Freshly Made Marshmallow.
Tea sipped was a Darjeeling unfiltered.
It held up it's flavor until the bottom of the pot.
A treat for the season for sure.
A respite of tea time and a time to hold the spirit of Christmas close to the heart.


martea said...

Everything looks delightful! Interesting array of savories..I would enjoy those very much.

Thanks for sharing a lovely Christmas tea for us to enjoy.

Adrienne said...

What a delightful tea for the holidays. I've never been to tea at the Heathman - it would be a special thing to add to my list. Thank you for sharing it with us.

La Tea Dah said...

So much delight is illustrated in your pictures. I love tea at the Heathman. I'm glad you could go again.

Rosemary said...

This looks like an Afternoon Tea that I would enjoy attending. What a beautiful array of sandwiches and sweets. Enjoy the holidays!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Lovely Matilyn... We stayed at Heathman years ago and have afternoon tea which was wonderful. Would have loved to see the Christmas decorations and have tea!

Catherine said...

This looks like a lovely and delicious holiday time to spend. xo Catherine

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I enjoy a Christmas teas and the one you attended looks delightful. Lots of goodies!

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

That looks wonderful!

Such a special treat at this season!


Lorrie said...

I love going out for tea. Your photos show a lovely and delicious time with friends.

Laura Morrigan said...

Wow, looks absolutely amazing!

Mary said...

Such a scrumptious tea Marilyn - and served in a lovely place.
We missed real teatime today - I had a hair appointment (but was given a nice mug of tea there) - then we headed to Costco and Trader Joe's to stock up on holiday foods etc. I sampled too many chocolates so just had a bowl of soup for supper!
This time of year it's too easy to overindulge in sweet treats!
Love and hugs - Mary X

Bernideen said...

What a fabulous time you had and the decor is smashing. I love it all!

Sylvia said...

What a delightful place to enjoy tea! Everything looks so good.

Angela McRae said...

This sounds like quite an elegant teatime! The food looks delicious and the surroundings are so beautiful. A perfect way to enjoy the delights of the season!