I drove from Grand Rapids to try this tea shop. Sadly, it wasn't worth the effort. The four tea sandwiches were unattractive and mediocre. The two 'quiches' were actually about 1-inch squares of quiche (quite good). The two scones were pale and unappetizing looking. The cranberry scone was loaded with berries, but the plain scone tasted heavily of flour and couldn't quite decide if it was a sweet scone or savory. The two tiny tarts were quite tasty and the best thing about the tea service. I ordered my favorite Darjeeling tea, and found it somewhat bitter, possibly due to overbrewing or too much tea for the pot size. I'm frequently in the area on business, but if I return to Sweet Afton, it won't be for afternoon tea. Food at the other tables looked quite good and I'd be happy to try something else. I take tea, on average, 1-2 times per month all over the country as I travel, and this well-meaning shop doesn't measure up to my expectations in quality or value for the price.