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Victoria's tea culture is more than the afternoon tea at the Empress Hotel

Or evening - - Sure is the afternoon tea at the world famous Empress Hotel, the most famous tea ceremony that Victoria has to offer. Each guide mentions it, and prove long queues and message lists how popular the tea break in the exclusive hotel in Victoria harbor. For only those for the high tea registers in time in this hotel, get a seat there. But you can also different: there are other ways to trace the Victorian tea culture.

Tea is served in the Empress Hotel 12:00 to 16:45. Due to high demand, there are now also tea zwischen 19.00 und 21.00 clock. Early reservations are strongly recommended by calling: (250) 389 2727th

High Tea at Butchart Gardens Palm trees in the north of Victoria

In "The Dining Room" in the Butchart Gardens is from 1 October to 31 March 12:00 to 15:00 high tea served. Reservations are recommended at Tel 250-652-8222 for high tea.

Tea for adventurous natures at the Hotel Grand Pacific in Victoria Harbour

Overlooking the Victoria Harbour can be in the Hotel Grand Pacific in Victoria enjoy its special tea experience. Unlike the Butchart Gardens is focused here on cool summer drinks - tea-based, of course.

Sound delicious creations: The "Sunday Breakfast Cocktail" is a mixed drink made of smoky Lapsang Souchong tea from China with one shot bourbon, maple syrup and pureed basil. And on top of it there's still a strip of fried bacon as an ornament.

Or what do you think of Epiphany? This lush lemon-flavored cocktail consists of a syrup from philosophers tea (a blend of lemongrass, citrus peel, rose petals and lavender flowers) and Absolut Citron. The whole is filled with champagne and heavenly refreshing on a hot summer day.

And even for those who do not like alcohol, is provided. There is, for example, Lychee Fruit, a drink from a syrup from Double Happiness lychee tea and club soda. Wonderfully tangy and fruity, and just right for hot temperatures.

Tea-tasting at Silk Road in Victoria for all who want to know more

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At a tea-tasting at Silk Tea teas are served. Do not forget and ask for the Schokoladentee with Teeschokolade. As unbelievable as it sounds, this combination melts on the tongue, so to speak, and tastes amazing. You learn how to drink tea in China and learns interesting little things that make a tea even tastier. And who wants to can at Silk Road also still the same in-house spa pampering - including organic oils and aromatherapy.

For a sample of tea or a spa treatment you should also pre-reserve by phone: 250 704 2688 (2). Silk Road is located in 1624 Government St
Victoria, BC.

Source: own local research and Suzanne Morphet, Canadian Tourism Commission

2002-01-04 09:19:51 by justyouraveragecitizen

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