Monday, May 20, 2013

Tea for Two Moms

~~ Getting Ready for the delicious Royal Afternoon Tea, at the Four Seasons ~~
On Saturday, my sister-in-law and I took our moms (my mom and mother-in-law) to tea at the Four Seasons Tea Room, as a belated Mother's Day celebration.  This is now a long-standing tradition, of two years. 
 
Having tea is such a nice way to sit and reconnect with friends or loved ones (or, in this case, loved ones who are also friends!). Although our group was invited to have more than one kind of tea, we all chose Apricot, which is one of their house blends.   The sandwiches and scones were of course, delicious, too.  This time, I ended up buying a can of loose leaf Peach Apricot Black Tea to take home.  Can't wait to enjoy a cup this afternoon. 
 
As always, it was a great day - thank you to Rosa, and her gracious staff!
 
 
 

21 comments:

  1. Is this the tea house in your town, or is it another?

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    1. Hi Cafe, It's in SM, just up a big from Bean Town.

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    2. That's what I thot. In SM, on the corner. Nice little, cozy place.

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    3. Exactly - that's the place! :-)

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  2. Used to go to tea at the Four Seasons in Boston. Haven't been to a tea since coming to Florida. This looks wonderful and I'm sure you all enjoyed your time there.

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    1. That sounds fun! I've always wanted to stay there.

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  3. What a lovely way to spend Mom's day with your mom!!!

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    1. It really was nice. We had a fun conversation about silver, flatware, etc. Those moms know a lot of stuff!

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  5. So pretty, with silver and china. Reminds me of a great place in Glendale we should try together: http://www.yelp.com/biz/favorite-place-glendale

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    1. I just looked it up, PB - I'm in!!

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  6. I love a fancy tea. You've inspired me. I going to go soon.

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    1. I love it because you feel fancy, but still comfortable.

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    1. They really know how to do it up right, there!

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  8. Lovely outing and a lovely photo. I need to make some time for fancy tea, too.

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    1. Oh, you really should. An absolute necessity! :)

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  9. If I hadn't noticed the 'dollars' on the menu, I would be wondering if you popped over here to England to get that shot :). Looks pretty authentic to me :). Lovely!

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    1. Oh, I wish! Since that is not currently an option, this will certainly suffice!

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