Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Afternoon Tea with Lady Estelle



  • Friday at 12 PM - 3 PM

  • StudioE/ Tea Salon
    210 Ledge Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02904

Details
The Taking of afternoon tea is very relaxing and a civilized way of life. Here is where the social graces comes into play. You are invited to have a fine tea experience with Lady Estelle at her tea salon. Wear your fine Fall attire, you may bring a friend and let's socialize in style....

Cost : $10.00
Includes:
Homemade Scones and fine Jams
2 kinds of Finders Sandwiches
Fresh Fruits and Sweet Treats
Please RSVP here on this events page
or leave message (401) 699-7967

Friday, September 22, 2017

A lovely collection of tea cups

What joy! I received a lovely collection of tea cups from one of my visitors to the Tea Salon. It was like Christmas in September. Which one is your favorite?








Monday, September 11, 2017

First Fall Tea at Studio E


 StudioE/ Tea Salon added 8 new photos — attending Monday Nights Tea and Quiet Reading with Michelle Scully and 5 others at StudioE/ Tea Salon.
2 hrs · Providence ·

 
 
 Michelle enjoying tea with cucumber/cream cheese sandwiches and a good book
 


Ahhh, Pumpkin Pie with Pumpkin Ice Cream


 
There is always something going on at Lady Estelle's tea corner, Studio E/ Tea Salon. COME FOR A VISIT!

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Studio is ready for Fall tea!

The Studio is ready for Fall tea and socializing. Come Mondays, Thursdays and Friday nights at the Social Club. Keep an eye out for special upcoming events. Subscribe today to never miss a date when something is going on!












Sunday, September 3, 2017

September Tea Chat!


September is my favorite month of the year. I love the changing of the color of the leaves , the cool evening, the clean crisp mornings and the renewal of the season...
I am planning the the End of the Summer Tea with the seasonal  berries, pumpkin and apples to wake the season up nicely.




I am all set for the changing of the leaves and the cooler weather. . 
The Tea Salon is ready for the charming colorful month of September.  It is a new month, new season and a good time flavorful seasonal tea.
Great time to invite some of your family and friends over for a "September Celebration Tea". 
It will be a renewed experience. Summer is over and it is time for new adventures.  Sit and talk about your Summer fun and what  plans you have for the cooler weather. 
All  my guest have agreed that they will be able to come to the Salon more often, now that kids are back to school, vacations is over and it time to enjoy the "Me Time". 

This is a great way to re-cop  from the hustle and bustle of  Summer. 
 Time to take in the sounds of tranquility and the smells of home baked goods. Perfect time to warm up the oven after a long Summer shut down.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Tasha Tudor



This is a beautiful story of an amazing lady. I wish I had meet her. She is a perfect example of growing old gracefully.
She is my inspiration of living a quiet and peaceful lifestyle.

August Tea Table Chat!


                                               Hot Tea!
Keep a variety of hot tea on hand. Orange pekoe and English breakfast are the most popular blend to serve with a meal. Delicate oolong, smoky souchong and the spicy blends are appropriate for afternoon tea. Store tea in a tightly covered tin away from spices or other aromatic foods. Warm a china or earthenware pot (metal changes the flavor of the tea) by rinsing it with boiling water. Measure the tea into the pot- 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per cup according to the quality of the tea and the desired strength. Pour in just enough boiling water so that the tea leaves float freely  Cover and let stand 3 minutes (longer steeping develops a bitter taste), Strain, and dilute with boiling water. Serve tea  in delicate china cups with cube sugar or rock candy, cream or milk (English tea lovers insist on milk), and thin slices of lemon. For a spicy flavor, stick each lemon slice with two or three cloves, Serve China tea or smoky souchong tea clear with nothing to distract from the distinctive bouquet.
Farmer, The Boston Cooking School, 1896 


So What Is Going On In StudioE Tea Salon?



The Taking of afternoon tea is very relaxing and civilized. Here is where the social graces comes into play. You are invited to have a fine tea experience with Lady Estelle at her tea salon. Wear your fine Tea Attire, you may bring a friend and let's socialize.
A donation of $5 will be asked to go towards "Lady Estelle's Young Girl's Etiquette Program".
This program will roll out in September.


Photos: 
 Happy guests enjoying Afternoon Tea:



 "There is always something fun happening in StudioE Tea Salon"


Friday, June 30, 2017

July Tea Table Chat!




So What Is Going On In StudioE Tea Salon?

Happy 4th of July America!     4th of July tea party


  It is a colorful time to prepare the house to celebrate Independence Day.
 Why not take that old American flag out of it's triangle case and honor it by mounting it on the wall. 
 For the 4th,  put it on full display in all of it's red, white, and blue glory.
   I love my blue and white porcelain tea set and I find it perfect to represent of the holiday.




So my dear friends, enjoy you summer time tea and stay cool!

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

June In The Studio!

June is National Iced Tea Month.    June 10 is designated as National Iced Tea Day!



 Legend has it that a tea vendor at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis popularized the drink. 
 Richard Blechynden, director of the East India pavilion, became frustrated as he tried to offer samples of hot tea under the simmering Missouri sun. In an attempt to boost consumption, he circulated and chilled the tea through a series of lead pipes immersed in ice.



 The resulting cool, refreshing beverage was a hit with fair goers, and the iced drink became popular throughout the United States. Be sure to always call it iced tea rather than ice tea. Tea with ice in it is an iced beverage.
 So,we have the 1904 World’s Fair to thank for the lift-off in popularity of iced tea. That exceedingly hot summer meant fair goers were looking to cool down and what better way than with a glass of iced tea.
By the First World War, Americans were buying tall glasses, which became commonly known as iced-tea glasses, long spoons suitable for stirring sugar into taller glasses and lemon forks. 
Prohibition, which ran from 1920 to 1933, helped boost the popularity of iced tea as Americans looked at alternatives to drinking beer, wine and hard liquor, which were made illegal during this period.

So What Is Going On In StudioE Tea Salon?

We are also trying to keep cool with the upcoming summer weather at the Tea Salon. 


We are serving this month a nice Wonjoh Ice Tea. It is a flavorful Hibiscus tea from West Africa. 




It makes for a great colorful and refreshing Iced Tea.    Add some berries and orange slices and sit back and enjoy.

Well with that said, "I wish you a cool and lazy summer!"

Afternoon Tea with Lady Estelle

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