Afternoon Tea Etiquette - Top 10 Dos & Don'ts. Here at AfternoonTea.co.uk we
often get asked about the rules and etiquette that one must follow when indulging
Aug 28, 2015 ... Etiquette expert William Hanson says sticking your little finger out as you drink
your tea is strictly non-U and says cupcakes should be avoided ...
Afternoon tea has also been called "low tea" because it was taken at low tables
placed beside armchairs. (It's never properly referred to as "high tea".) ...
May 4, 2016 ... Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge drinks tea at the British High ... Luckily, few
know their tea etiquette better than Jeremy Goring, owner of ...
The duchess of Bedford was the first to take afternoon tea around 4 p.m. to stave
off hunger pangs. During these first "teas," a small amount of food was served.
Oct 14, 2016 ... In preface to my article Tea Etiquette Faux Pas and Other Misconceptions About
Afternoon Tea, I would like to clarify the distinctions between ...
High, Low or Royal Tea; what's the difference? The origins of the afternoon tea or
'low tea' go back to the 1840s. At the time, dinner was served fashionably late ...
Dec 1, 2015 ... Tea Etiquette: The Essentials 1. Know your Terminology Those in the know refer
to it simply as “tea,” not “afternoon tea” and never “high tea” ...
There are many ideas about tea etiquette and the when and how tea was first
made popular in England.
Afternoon Tea is served in the U.S. typically between the afternoon hours of three
o'clock and five o'clock. A variety of teas are served along with three distinct ...