Like steam engines and cryogenically frozen sea monkeys, tea leaves come to life with just a little hot water. Harness the transformative power of hydration with today’s Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$19 for a Royal High Tea for two (a $60 value)
- Glass of non-alcoholic sparkling cider
- One housemade currant scone per person
- Devonshire clotted cream imported from England
- Various finger sandwiches
- Belgian chocolates
- One home-baked dessert per person
- One specialty tea per person<p>
$20 for $40 worth of tea, snacks, and sweets
$79 for an on-location tea party, which includes everything in the Royal High Tea package, for up to eight (a $160 value)
Potfuls of specialty teas ($2) in flavours such as peach apricot and Scottish breakfast complement finger foods including sandwiches ($5.50) and housemade scones ($2.50). See the full tea and food menus.<p>
The Mad Hatter's Tea Room
Situated within Quaker Barrel Unique Antique & General Store, The Mad Hatter's Tea Room is a memorable Talbot Trail destination for flights of fine loose-leaf teas. The tea room's bright red door opens to a carefree, homestyle atmosphere with furnishings and decorative flourishes that evoke the beloved children's tale Alice in Wonderland. A whimsical menu of light fare and myriad loose-leaf specialty teas are complemented by frequent appearances from the fully costumed Mad Hatter himself, who emerges to reclaim his Mad Hatter's table or gossip about who wears a toupee with guests on Alice's couch. A selection of for-sale _Alice in Wonderland_–themed collectibles includes decorative china plates and framed prints, with the fanciful, all-things-Alice mood spilling out onto the Queen of Hearts outdoor seating area complete with a grassy, wood-fenced garden.