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Tea Time in the Midwest
Today's Midwest tea parties come in many forms. Traditional tearooms are seeing younger visitors and more men, and new, hip tea shops resembling popular coffeehouses are opening up in cities throughout the Midwest. Planning an at-home tea party is a great, laid-back way to get friends together for some socializing.
We'll help you choose the right brews and assemble a buffet of foods with flavors that won't overpower the tea.
A butter cookie is the base for petite tarts at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. Guests choose from 18 flavors of tea served at their afternoon event. Earl Grey, English Breakfast and Chamomile Citrus are the most popular.