517 North Main Street
Trenton, FL 32693

 

 

 

  

    

The Ruffled Rose Tea Room hosts formal English teas as well as theme teas. The teas are held on the third Saturday of each month from 2-4 p.m. and are by reservation only. In addition, private teas for special groups of 24 or more may be arranged for the date of your choosing. Some of the theme teas that have been presented include: Downton Abbey, Vintage fashion shows, mystery teas and mother/daughter teas.


Our Upcoming Teas:

January 16 - Downton Abbey Tea
The Final Season.
February 20 - Mystery Tea
"Red Feather Ladies Aboard the S.S Titantica"
March 26 - A Baker Street Tea - Sherlock Holmes
(Bring your pipe and dear stalker hat)
April 16 - A Titanic Tea
103 Years Below
May 21 - Australian Tea Down Under
How tea is down under Jane Connors
June 18 - Mystery Tea
"The Bodacious Babes of Buzzard Bend"
July 16 - Children's Princess Tea
(For children 12 and under)
August 20 - Fashion Show
Ilene Silverman from Ilene's for Fashion
September 17 - Mad Hatter Tea
Fun hat fashions and contest
October 15 - Oriental Tea
Chinese Tea Ceremony
November 19 - Jane Austen Tea
December 10 - A Victorian Christmas Party

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED - Call at (352)463-3842.
Price - $19.01 this includes tax and gratuity.
We will do private teas for any group of 24 or more. To schedule a private tea call Danette Baker at (352) 472-3190 or (352) 284-2061
Find us on facebook at Ruffled Rose Tea Room.
Children's teas are for ages 12 and under.
Children are encouraged not to attend adult teas.

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Historical tidbit: It's a little known fact, but after its introduction to Europe in the 17th century, tea was tremendously popular in France. It first arrived in Paris in 1636 (22 years before it appeared in England!) and quickly became popular amongst the aristocracy. According to legend, one of Queen Victoria's (1819-1901) ladies-in-waiting, Anna Maria Stanhope (1783-1857), known as the Duchess of Bedford, is credited as the creator of afternoon teatime. Because the noon meal had become skimpier, the Duchess suffered from "a sinking feeling" at about four o'clock in the afternoon. Her solution was the Afternoon Tea. As time went on the ritual evolved and became formalized.

 

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