I had fun there. My favorite part was picking out my own teacup! All the courses in the high tea were great. My only complaint was the devonshire cream. It was nothing like the original. It was too airy and flavored. There was a southern twang in the experience that was not my taste, but it is located in a small southern town so it makes sense. I would go again but I wish there was an option of having a basket of scones and jams along with tea. All together it made for a good time.
I was delighted by the British influence on the teaware. Flowery cups, pretty delicate napkins, and ceramic teacups . I loved the eccletic set of plates and teacups . It gave a fun and homey feel since was not uniform. It kind of reminded me of the Weasley's kitchen (for all of those who are Harry Potter fans). I buy high quality tea and drink several cups a day. I was impressed by the quality. My only disappointed was the clotted cream. It tasted nothing like the original. Instead of tasting of cream it tasted of almond.