Coming up in 2012…

January 20, 2012

We’ve been a little slow off the mark this year, although we are gratified to see that older reviews like The Teacosy, Brighton,  (which we dubbed ‘Britain’s Campest Tearoom’) Poppy’s, Chipping Sodbury and our disappointment at The Randolph, Oxford continue to attract readers.

We’ve also noticed how much you like our pieces on teatime etiquette and other important questions of state, such as ‘how far do you take hand hygiene?‘ or ‘how to do afternoon tea on a budget?‘.

So what’s in store for 2012?

– Well we have visited over 150 tearooms in the UK and will continue to drip out our reviews via the blog and website.

– We would like to make our interesting recipes like the all day breakfast scone and the  gin and tonic fairy cakes available for blog readers to see. We are also working on some all new recipes like strawberries and cream cornish pasties and egg and cress scones and will also be publishing some out-takes of recipes which went…. ehem… less well than we would have liked.

– We will come up with some new teatime debates in the spirit of cream first or jam or the biscuit you can’t live without both of which sparked some hot controversy.

– We’re going to start running an informal feature on other tea-time blogs out there, starting with the inspired ‘Afternoon Tea Total‘.

– And we will of course be keeping our fingers on the pulse of the latest tea-time trends and keep you abreast of all that is brewing in the news.

If you have any questions of comments on the blog or website or there is anything you would like us to research or discuss for you then, as usual, drop us a line.

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