High tea bag - Bag full of English goods
We are hereby introducing the correct way to be introduced into the English kitchen. With this bag you'll have a lovely high tea with your friends, working associates or family. It's a delicious introduction into all the goods that Finnley's has to offer. For an affordable price, you'll have a lovely time. This bag is also a perfect introduction into the goods that Finnley's has to offer. This bag contains the following authentic English products:
- English fudge
- Large jar of jam
- Jar of lemon curd
- Tea mugg
- Box of tea
- Cadbury chocolate flakes
- Chocolate biscuits
- 4 pieces of English scones or sconemix
- Shortbread fingers
- Matching handkerchiefs
In short, if you want to introduce yourself, your friends or loved ones into the English kitchen, order your very own high tea bag today at Finnley's!
High Tea is a name for the evening meal, usually associated with the working class, and is typically eaten between 5 pm and 7 pm. This was also sometimes called a "meat-tea" in the past. In most of the United Kingdom (namely, the North of England, North and South Wales, the English Midlands, Scotland, and some rural and working class areas of Northern Ireland) people traditionally call their midday meal dinner and their evening meal tea (served around 6 pm), whereas the upper social classes would call the midday meal lunch or luncheon and the evening meal (served after 7 pm) dinner (if formal) or supper (if informal). This differentiation in usage is one of the classic social markers of English (see U and non-U English). However, in most of the south of England, the midday meal is almost universally called "lunch", with "dinner" being the evening meal, regardless of social class.