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April 12, 2005



Hi trying to organise a low tea party in scone, Perthshire @ kinnears inn... Looking for some help? Please email me at [email protected]

many thanks x

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very interesting the difference between high ad low tea... Specially because the common tea party is low tea..

afternoon tea at The Ritz

So there is a difference? I've just called to book afternoon tea at The Ritz and was confronted with the option of high tea or afternoon tea. I had no idea what to say and stuck with the my original choice and stumbled through the rest of the procedure, not wanting to sound like a complete 'tea-illiterati'. The person on the other end of the phone must have had a good chuckle. Thanks for clearing up the matter...

Barbara NANA

What a great webiste. I have enjoyed almost two hours here with you, checking out your wonderful blogs.

I give AFTERNOON tea parties in my home and enjoy the whole serving women of all ages.

Keep up your blogs, I will always check back.

Thank you, Nana


help, I'm to organise a high tea for a hen's do. Where in perth can you go???

Weary Hag

Thank you for clearing this up for me. Being quite the tea-lover, I've often wondered about such things.

Christine Torres

Most excellent, thanks Uccellina!


The Plaza Hotel in NYC serves a lovely little high - er, low tea.

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