On a quiet morning, I followed the white rabbit and found myself at Alice’s Tea Cup. I pushed through the little door, all curious and excited, and stepped inside a cozy whimsical world of antique wood floors, magical butterflies and warm cookies in cute glass jars.Our delightful Mad Hatter afternoon tea arrived in tiered trays filled with homemade scones, sandwiches, cakes and cookies. Promise you’ll try the buttermilk scone! It tasted so incredibly good with the strawberry jam and clotted cream I wouldn’t mind eating it all day. But, the smoked salmon sandwich lured me away as I sank my teeth into the softest bread. We washed it all down with the light and refreshing fruit tea, accompanied by the deliciously creamy and moist mocha cake.Blue clad walls, embroidered chairs, quotes and paintings from the book all enticed and drew us right into the story of Alice in Wonderland. Look up! You’ll even see sparkling butterflies dancing across the turquoise Looking Glass Room.
Tick tock tick tock. Make way for dashing rabbits frantically checking their watches! Oh, and don’t be late to the tea party!