Aimee Provence Sunshine Coast High Tea
What Is a High Tea?
Aimée Provence Sunshine Coast High Tea” boasts a High Tea Parlour that will put the Royals to shame. They are the epitome of refined elegance and put in all the extra little touches to make your high tea experience perfectly magical.
Their decadent spread features an array of ribbon sandwiches, freshly-baked scones, French macarons, cakes, and tempting tarts. Perfect for absolutely any occasion—you’ll leave feeling totally worthy of Prince Harry’s inevitable future marriage proposal ” Straight from The Urban list
Aimée Provence has accomplished the art of high tea and some might say, could mirror royalty’s high teas with aplomb. They are the personification of finesse and with all the little extra indulgences, ensure that you have an unparalleled high tea experience….. Weekend notes Brisbane
The parlour serves up various types of High Teas and Devonshire Tea. Both feature home-baked scones and clotted cream that Aimee makes herself, using a traditional 24-hour process…. Channel 7’s The Great day out
The origins of afternoon tea show clearly it was the preserve of the rich in the 19th century. For workers in the newly industrialized Britain, tea time had to wait until after work. By that hour, tea was generally served with heartier dishes which were substantially more than just tea and cakes. Workers needed sustenance after a day of hard labour, so the after-work meal was more often hot and filling and accompanied by a pot of good, strong tea to revive flagging spirits.
Today, the evening meal in households is still often called “tea” but as working patterns have changed yet again, many households now refer to the evening meal as supper.
The addition of the word “high” to the phrase “high tea” is believed to differentiate between the afternoon tea that is traditionally served on low, comfortable, parlour chairs or relaxing in the garden and the worker’s after-work high tea that is served at the table and seated on high back dining chairs.