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High Tea in Atlanta at Tipple And Rose Tea Parlor and Apothecary

High Tea… sounds so fancy, doesn’t it? Tea is soothing to me, something I do to relax. But I have always been fascinated by the idea of having High Tea with scones and little sandwiches and tea of course. Last year, when I visited  Tipple and Rose Tea Parlor here in Atlanta, I noticed that they did a High Tea Service. And I was, of course, determined to do it myself. So I gathered my friends and yesterday, I went to my first High Tea in Atlanta.   

my first high tea in atlanta

And it was everything I thought it would be and more. 

You know I love my coffee, but there is something so fancy when you and your girls get together for convo and fancy tea and scones and clotted cream. 

It was so relaxing and classy and FUN and KID FREE that we have decided to do this again. And soon.

If you are in the Atlanta area or visiting. Make sure that you head over to Virginia Highlands neighborhood and visit Last year, when I visited  Tipple and Rose Tea Parlor here in Atlanta

I promise that even if you don’t have the high tea, owner Doria Robers bakes treats will have you HOOKED and coming back for more. 

Now, for our High Tea.

 

high tea in atlanta at Tipple and Rose

high tea in atlanta

southern high tea in Atlanta

high tea in atlanta

We had the Southern High Tea…

southern high tea in atlanta at Tipple and Rose

Which included things like  Cornbread Brown Sugar Scones with clotted cream and Deviled eggs with local pepper jam..

high tea in atlanta at tipple and rose

And this Fried Chicken Salad on Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits…

Gorgeous high tea in Atlanta at Tipple and Rose in Virginia Highlands.

And guys…Red Velvet Macarons…

southern high tea in atlanta red velvet macaroon

We will be back!!

Atlanta high tea

 

 

Have You Ever Been to High Tea? Where? What was on the menu?

All photos were taken with my iPhone XS and edited in Lightroom Mobile with my own preset. 

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