Caroline works with private individuals, businesses and institutions around the world to interpret and recreate the authentic English tea experience in a variety of different locations.
Her approach is educational rather than prescriptive, seeking to understand the meaning behind British tea culture and preserve these traditional in a modern setting while also encouraging individual expression.
This often means showing clients how to integrate the best of the past with their own ideas and imagination, giving them confidence and an understanding of what they are doing – and, most importantly, why.
- Consultancy and training for a variety of tea rooms around the world
- Public baking demonstrations
- Tea time food and recipe research.
- Clarifying the manners and etiquette associated with afternoon tea.
- Mentoring and public speaking
- Tea-related event planner
- Private classes and experiences tailored for tea-centric individuals
- Entry level tutored tea tastings
Have you ever wondered ….
- Why tea is associated with England?
- What types of tea are considered British?
- How does a domestic tea party differ from hotel-served afternoon tea?
- Why does a tea party traditionally take place after noon?
- What was regarded as the correct food to serve with tea in Georgian England?
To answer these questions or just have a discussion about English tea culture in general please do contact Caroline.