You have found a perfect keepsake, unique gift and wonderful little guide to tea – in and around the historical city of Bath.
You are in the midst of some incredible architecture, history and interest and you’re in need of a guide to Bath’s tea places for all occasions; from small tea rooms to grand hotels. Here in your hands is a fabulous guide to help you make that choice. Choose from whatever is your ‘cup of tea’. Perhaps today it’s a morning cuppa with a friend in a Tea Room, tomorrow a luxurious afternoon tea at a grand hotel and at the weekend a drive out of the city to Longleat House or the historic village of Laycock.
Recipes in this unique tea guide allow you to take the tea home with you. Included are recipes from residents, Bath’s historical places, museums, people in the food business, tea rooms and hotels. Coffee and chocolate lovers treats are also featured – plus High tea and ways to make tea, coffee and chocolate drinks.
Reading tea’s history is fascinating as you discover tea though the ages in Bath.
ABOUT – Mair Harris was born in Wales and trained in Bath as a Home Economics teachers. She subsequently entered the field of catering, organising parties and numerous other functions including movie catering. She has co-owned restaurants, with her husband, in Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. In 2000 she published her first Tea book, Bermuda’s Tea Time Treats. When her daughter attended school in Bath, Mair’s fond memories of the city and its dedication to tea inspired her to write this second tea book. Her interest in tea has taken her on several international excursions. Currently she gives Tea Talks.