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    The Jamaican Spice tea is wonderful!! And it has a interesting red color..
    We really enjoyed the tea the day we went. I'm hoping to fit it in again this trip..
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    Yeah, milk is far better in tea than Coke Johnie!





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    you always make me laugh.












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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 30193
    That is, until I learned I like my tea with milk.
    now please tell the rest of the US that tea is taken with MILK not CREAM and the world will be a better place

    Actually we were at H&V once and they brought us tea with cream. I said argh no milk please. Now insert five minute comedy sketch here with waitress saying "milk? you dont want tea now?" etc... anyway end of it, she walked off and I heard another server say to her "whats the matter with them?" she said "they're english" the other one said "oh sure" :rofl:
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    Well, I'm the dissenting voice here. :sigh; (Not only do I like cream in my tea ) but I had the worst High Tea at the GF. :(

    I'll take the time to drive to Mount Dora and visit the Windsor Rose for a proper High Tea from now on.

    I know that it was probably just an off day, but spending nearly $100 and getting dry scones, sandwiches so old the edges of the bread were curling up, nasty berries and flat champagne, served by a woman who just didn't care a bit was more than I want to re-live.






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    It's a nice experience but we felt it was expensive for what we got and the sandwich fillings were yuk.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 30303
    Not only do I like cream in my tea
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    Umm Im doing this on Sept 14th...and going with a fully tattooed guy...Im not changing my clothing...but if its nasty I am gonna go with not going...sounds like a waste of time...

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    i did it once and it was cute but i prefer our afternoon teas in the UK.

    oh and a little tip for you, dont go on the tea cups in MK afterwards















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    I really enjoyed it when we went!


    The servers were lovely, they explained everything very well, and the food was very nice.

    I'm sorry you had a bad experience Tink - that's a real shame. It is one of my favourite memories of last trip. Of course part of that could be that we banished the boys and just did a girls afternoon with some of the nicest company you could have.
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