How To Throw A Tea Party
Certified Tea Sommelier Linda Gaylard of The Tea Stylist, demonstrates how to throw a Tea Party. Traditionally known as Afternoon Tea, some elements are necessary for a traditional Afternoon Tea such as savouries, sweets, scones with jam and cream…and tea of course! You can use many different types of tea for your Tea Party, however a black tea generally goes quite well and it is more common to add milk and sugar to a black tea. Another emerging trend is to follow up your tea with Prosecco. An Afternoon Tea can make for a lovely party, where you can bring out your best china and tea set and make your friends feel special and cherished.
Linda Gaylard is a Certified Tea Sommelier located in the city of Toronto, Canada. She graduated from a comprehensive program of study developed by George Brown College in conjunction with The Tea Association of Canada. During her training, Linda experienced more that 350 hours of focused tastings and workshops as well as training in tea and food pairing, social history of tea and tea garden management.
The Tea Stylist is an ever-evolving weblog that provides readers – whether tea novices or enthusiasts – with knowledge of tea and its culture. You’ll also find engaging articles, reviews and photographs that illustrate tea’s influence on our world and highlight style’s intersection with tea, past and present.
Prior to her tea studies, Linda achieved renown as a wardrobe stylist and influencer within the fashion world. Her experience provides a unique perspective for readers who are seeking a diverse approach to tea appreciation. From tea’s noble past and courtly customs to innovative products and current news, The Tea Stylist makes a thorough examination of the universe of tea.