high tea

HIGH TEA AT KEYS CREEK LAVENDER FARM MAY 17TH

 

May 4, 2013 (Valley Center) – Keys Creek Lavender Farm is celebrating opening season with English High Tea on May 17 at 2:00 p.m.  The catered tea is served by courses and plated at table.  The menu includes Lemon Lavender Scones, Chicken Watercress sandwiches and Raspberry Cream Pavlovas, to name just a few.

ST. PATRICK’S HIGH TEA AT KEYS CREEK LAVENDER FARM MARCH 16

 

March 9, 2013 (Valley Center) -- What could be more relaxing than a Holiday English High Tea served up amid fields of lavender?

On March 16, enjoy an early St. Patrick’s Day tea featuring lavender scones served with jam and Devonshire cream, Irish artisan cheese, apples and candied nut crumbles sandwiches, and decadent Irish butter shortbread dreams. This festive fare will be served up at Keys Creek Lavender Farm in Valley Center.

Cost is $35 per person. For details and reservations, see http://www.kclfarm.com/  

ANNUAL AUTUMN HIGH TEA IN THE HISTORIC H. LEE HOUSE OCTOBER 14

October 6, 2012 (Lemon Grove) – The Lemon Grove Historical Society is holding its annual October Autumn Tea at the historic H. Lee House on October 14 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  The Lee House is located at 3205 Olive in Lemon Grove.

The cost to attend is $23 per person and is first come, first served.  The seating is limited to 30.  For more information contact 619-460-4353 or lghistorical@gmail.com.

FALL IS IN THE AIR: SAVOR FALL ENGLISH HIGH TEA OCT. 28-29 AT KEYS CREEK LAVENDAR FARM

 

October 23, 2011 (Valley Center) -- Celebrate the joy of the season on Friday, October 28  or Saturday,October 29 from 2-4 p.m. at Keys Creek Lavender Farm.  English high teas have become among the most popular events served at  the farm, which serves up a tempting array of teas and delicacies.

TEA TIME: JAMUL HAVEN OFFERS HIGH TEAS IN A CHARMING VICTORIAN INN

August 1, 2011 (Jamul) – A little-known but very special treat in San Diego’s East County can be found at Jamul Haven, an authentic Victorian-era bed and breakfast inn in Jamul, California. Built in 1899 as the home of “olive king” Charles Gifford, the elegant mansion later served as a stage coach stop.