Lockdown delivery services continue to evolve, and as hospitality gets to grips with the new normal, there are new options coming on stream almost every day. One that has become particularly popular is the afternoon tea.
Coming to fruition in time for Afternoon Tea Week, the nostalgic and comforting eating experience is one to evoke memories of summer afternoons at Grandma's, with the latest delivery options making this even easier to enjoy in the midst of COVID-19.
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In recent years afternoon tea had become trendy again, and with this, the quality increased. During lockdown, delivery afternoon teas have continued to deliver that high quality with freshly baked cakes, scones, homemade jams and speciality teas. We have seen fantastic offerings from the likes of Teacup Tearoom, Bridget's Bakery and Cutter & Squidge; all helping us to enjoy this summertime treat at home.
But, it is not just plain afternoon teas that have become popular. Boozy afternoon teas are now commonplace with champagne and prosecco as prevalent as Earl Grey. Bottles of fizz, wine, cocktails and even gin are being offered as more than just a supporting role. It is not just all cakes and bubbles either, there are a few schemes that have been set up in collaborations with charities too, one of the most high profile being that between The Dorchester and the Chelsea Flower Show.
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