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    What is High Tea? Afternoon Tea at Hassayampa Inn

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    High Tea At Hassayampa Inn

    Enjoyed spending the afternoon at the High Tea at Hassayampa Inn, drinking your choice of tea, and mini sandwiches and sweet treats including scones. The place was full of ladies enjoying themselves listening to live music. “What is High Tea?” High Tea means that it is a tradition that after work the high tea was served at the table and seated on high back dining chairs. High tea is not fancy, as many folks assume. Delicious scones, tea sandwiches, and lemon bars are all part of the afternoon tea.

    A High Tea includes much more meat, fish, and egg dishes and pieces of bread and desserts. Think of it as a light supper served with tea. While Afternoon Tea was largely a social event for the folks to participate in, the Afternoon Tea menu served in the UK today is often referred to as high tea in many other parts of the world. The teas came with your choice of different kinds of teas, cream, and sugar.

    Esther Basch

    Celebrating her birthday at the “High Tea” was Esther Basch(a holocaust survivor) it was her 93rd birthday celebration. Attendees were Annette Sterling, Pasty Harris, Elana Turet , Rachel Turet, Janet Kruzel, Jackie Valenly, celebrating along with Esther on her special day. The celebration was full of tea and JOY! Thank you, Ladies, for letting us share your special event with us.

    It was a great experience, and the service was exceptional, look for this event that only happens once a month, every last Sunday of the month and make reservations it fills up fast. You must experience High Tea at Hassayampa Inn and see what all the excitement is about. Unwinding with your friends while sipping tea in historic Hassayampa Inn, is a must-do if you are in Prescott, AZ.

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