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Champagne Afternoon Tea for your Liverpool Hen Party

The introduction of afternoon tea, a quintessentially English tradition, is usually credited to Anna, Seventh Duchess of Bedford, in the early 19th century.  The Duchess grew hungry between an early lunch and a late dinner and conceived the idea of a separate meal, served in her boudoir in the mid-afternoon, to ward off her own and her guests' hunger pangs. The Duchess' early snack evolved into the afternoon tea we know today, a meal growing in popularity around the turn of the century when it became chic to eat out. 

Afternoon Tea at a 5* Country Estate for your Liverpool Hen Party

Champagne Afternoon Tea in Liverpool

· Traditional Afternoon Tea;
· Assortment of finely cut sandwiches;
· Freshly made scones with jam & clotted cream;
· Selection of cakes and pastries;
· Tea or coffee;
· A glass of champagne.

Minimum of 4 people
Location: around 8 miles from Liverpoolcity centre

 
 



Afternoon Tea at a top City Centre Hotel

· Traditional Afternoon Tea;
· Assortment of finely cut finger sandwiches;
· Selection of cakes and pastries;
· Tea or coffee;
· A glass of champagne.

Minimum of 4 people
Location: Liverpool city centre

 
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