9 Quirky Afternoon Teas in Yorkshire – A Twist on Tradition

Tea drinking in Britain was made popular during the mid to late 17th century by King Charles II and his Portuguese wife. Despite the hot beverage being consumed widely for a good couple of centuries, the quintessentially British custom of “Afternoon Tea” didn’t make an appearance until Victorian times. In the year 1840, the household … Continue reading 9 Quirky Afternoon Teas in Yorkshire – A Twist on Tradition