Relaxing High Tea at the Rose Veranda (Part 2 of 2)

So many types of tea and pretty tea cups.

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photo by bookjunkie

There was coffee as well. But i missed the Viennese coffee that they used to serve. This was just brewed coffee.

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photo by bookjunkie

I tend to have a preference for earl grey or citrus teas.

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The last time I enjoyed the chocolate iced tea, but this time I didn’t. Perhaps because the last time I just had a sip of it from my companion’s glass.

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I am not so much into sweets at high teas. I am really more for the teas and sandwiches.

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But out of all the items I can’t resist the creme brulee no matter how stuffed I am at that point.

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Thought the chocolate dipped marshmellows were fun.

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photo by bookjunkie

I was way too full to try the local items and the ice cream.

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Only later did I realize that they still had a Japanese sushi section. But the sushi was a tad dry.

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They served us a sorbet as a palate cleanser. It was refreshing. Green tea and lime.

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There was a menu of just the most popular teas if the fuller menu proved to be too overwhelming with a 101 choices.

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Details about the cost and timing of the tea. We always look out for special discounts online.

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So much nicer on a weekday.

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2 Responses to Relaxing High Tea at the Rose Veranda (Part 2 of 2)

  1. Crystal says:

    The chocolate fountain looks delish

    • bookjunkie says:

      I must say that the chocolate was good quality…..and the marshmellows were really good too. They were special somehow….coated with icing sugar or something like that.

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