AFTERNOON TEA TODAY
Afternoon tea is traditionally served from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Cost is $24 per person or $15.00 per child under 9
Reservations are required 24 hours in advance • For more information, call 303-442-4993
The refined custom of afternoon tea is a wonderful way to take a respite from the hectic pace of today’s busy world. Allow us to pamper you and your guests in our warm and inviting atmosphere. Afternoon Tea is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon with a cherished friend, or beloved child or parent. Special events will seem even more special when celebrated with this long standing ritual of sharing friendship, love, and delicious tea and pastries.
The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse is proud to serve an elegant Afternoon Tea. Come relax as we serve a traditional afternoon tea, complete with a lovely table dressed with English style white linens and tea time accoutrements. A beautiful three tiered tower of sweet and savory pastries, scones, artichoke purses, and cucumber sandwiches, sweet cakes and the chef’s daily special creation all baked fresh for you on the day of your tea and is presented with, of course, a pot of our premium tea. Afternoon Tea is traditionally served from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Additional Details: Cost is $24 per person ($15.00 children under 9). Reservations are required 24 hours in advance because we will be baking fresh for you the morning of your tea. We welcome parties of all sizes! We also offer a premium Children’s Afternoon Tea perfect for birthday parties – please call us for details.
Dietary Restrictions: We accommodate dietary restrictions and food sensitivities. Please update any dietary information 48 hours prior to your reservations. We will not be able to accommodate dietary restrictions on the day of your event. All gluten free tea reservations are an additional $3 for gluten free substitutions.
The History of Afternoon Tea
The elegant ritual of Afternoon Tea is credited to Anna, the Seventh Duchess of Bedford.
As was customary during the later 1700′s and early 1800′s, people would eat a huge breakfast, tiny lunch, and then a substantial dinner around 8:00 at night. The Duchess, describing a “sinking feeling” during the afternoon, began to request tea and cakes to tide her over. Soon, she invited her friends to share the ritual with her, and it quickly became a fashionable, treasured custom.