High tea or afternoon tea is a distinguished custom of gentility and refinement in many parts of the world.
Domestically, the idea of a high tea party is not very persistent, but it has been spreading excessively.
Traditionally, the hi-tea menu embraces the presence of light finger foods for instance breads, small cakes, scones, simple sandwiches, and different ranges of sweets with coffee and/or tea served.
Typically, a high tea is grazed between 3pm to 5pm. Habitually, it is eaten after the first and second meal (breakfast and lunch) and before the second and/or last meal of the day (dinner and/or supper).
Why organize a high tea buffet?
A high tea event is suited for numerous occasions.
Deciding on High tea buffet is the right answer when
- Wish for light sweet and/or savory snacks for the menu
- Not as committed as a dinner event
- Not as early as a breakfast or a luncheon
- Simple and refreshing
High tea parties have become a natural affair around the world by both men and women.
Frequent affairs celebrated for:
- Bridal showers
- Kid’s tea parties
- Church and Charity events
- Business meetings
- Baby showers
- Retirement parties
Intrinsically, there is no regulation or specific arrangements to a high tea event. You could throw a high tea function anyway you would like in any way you wish it to be. It does not necessarily have to be a definite occasion to be celebrating a high tea.
Comparatively, a dinner event is more involved and formal than a simple and carefree high tea gathering. You could even cater just to catch up on old times with your close friends and family.
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