Judging Seattle tea; by a Brit

Afternoon Tea Seattle

Raspberry and white chocolate scones
Devonshire cream, and berry freezer jam


smoked salmon pinwheel
asian chicken salad spring roll cup
tenderloin beef crostini
cucumber with crème fraiche & smoked steelhead caviar
harissa deviled egg


Assorted holiday cookies, profiteroles, macarons,
chocolate truffles, petit fours

Top o’ the Town

prosecco, passionfruit puree, aperol

Pimm’s Cup

A classic refresher made of Pimm’s #1 with muddled lemon, orange, cucumber & mint topped with lemon-lime soda

Perfect Collins

vodka, lemon juice, soda, Luxardo Maraschino, rocks

Piper Heidsieck NV Brut

Champagne, France

Gruet Brut Rose

Albuquerque, NM

Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label Brut
Ruinart Brut Rosé – 100
Earl Grey

MarketSpice s take on the most popular flavored black tea in the
world. Double the Bergamot flavor with black Chinese tea creates
a blend that is bold yet floral.
(Available in Steam-Pressure treated Decaf)

Northwest Breakfast

A MarketSpice customer favorite, this tea is our take on classic
English Breakfast. More subtle than an Irish Breakfast, this tea
combines both Ceylon and Darjeeling teas

MarketSpice Cinnamon-Orange

Originating in Seattle s historic Pike Place Market. MarketSpice s
signature tea blend has become world famous with a uniquely spicy,
naturally sweet flavor. Black tea, cinnamon and orange
flavoring and spices. Contains no sugar.

Darjeeling TGBOP

Tippy Golden Broken Orange Pekoe A high-grown, second flush tea
from Northern India which produces a rich, full bodied distinctive cup

White Peony

Very delicate Chinese tea made from the tip of the tea buds collected
prior to the opening of the bud. High in antioxidants. Low in caffeine.

African Amber

This African rooibos (red bush) is a vivid & smooth tea that
blends hibiscus & exotic fruits from the African continent


Organic spearmint grown in the Mediterranean.
Crisp mint flavor. Caffeine free.


Imported from Egypt, this well-known herbal tea has the aroma of
freshly cut apples when steeped and is often enjoyed with honey.

Japanese Green Tea

Sencha is the first and second flush of green tea; most common
green tea in Japan. Known for its antioxidant properties.

Gen Mai Cha

A traditional Japanese tea blend; contains Japanese Sencha,

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