Afternoon Tea at Quince

The quintessentially British ‘Afternoon Tea’ is now recognised throughout the world after it has become one of the most popular meals around.

Everywhere you go from the little café up the road to the top Restaurants in London and around Great Britain, afternoon tea is being offered.

All the discount vouchers available have regular offers on them and even at outside events, pop up tea shops are fully booked with people enjoying their scones and jam.

Anna Maria Russell, Duchess of Bedford (1783-1857 was the originator of the British “Afternoon Tea” which became so popular that other social hostesses picked up on the idea and it soon became something quite normal for the fashionable society to enjoy sipping tea and eating sandwiches in the middle of the afternoon.

With so many on offer its difficult to know where to start looking but apart from the obvious vouchers available one of the best sites to go to is http://www.afternoontea.co.uk/ Afternoon Tea Company which has a list of all the afternoon tea venues in Great Britain. It also has an online booking service and shows all the offers available.

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