I attended a special event sponsored by the Hunterdon County NJ Tricentennial celebration. We had a three course tea that included individual small tea sandwiches, a scone, and trifle and assorted Christmas cookies. We were also offered the House Blend Tea or Apricot Decaffeinated Tea, served to us from pots. I tried both teas and preferred the Apricot. The decorations and atmosphere are very beautiful. The table settings are very attractive, including fresh flowers on each table. We were told to dress in Victorian clothes with hats and it was very festive. The service was very nice and I was made to feel welcome. The only thing that was somewhat disappointing was that the tea served was not hot. Of the several cups I drank, only one was steaming hot - the rest were at best lukewarm. This was somewhat disappointing as this is, after all, a Tea House. In addition to the the tea cozies, I would like to suggest that the pots of tea be kept hotter on a warming device (there are such devices that you do not damage China). I am a person who likes to drink HOT teat. I did have a good time and was glad that I attended the event.