Tea, Tantalizing Treats and Music at The Shelburne Restaurant Saturday Dec 11

EASTERN EUROPEAN TEA AND MUSIC THIS
SATURDAY, DEC 11TH, 3 – 5 PM

SHELBURNE RESTAURANT

We have two more SpecialTeas remaining in our series of holiday teas,
the Eastern European Tea and the Scandinavian Tea.
This weekend, why not counteract the affects of these dark days of winter
with the soulful tradition of an Eastern European Tea?
Let candlelight, a steaming Samovar brewing satisfying tea, and our selection of delicate savory and sweet treats
warm and lift your spirits this holiday season.

In addition, we’re thrilled to have the young and extraordinarily talented Madison Baker perform
some musical selections acapella during this tea.

Madison will choose some of her favorite songs from her
ever-widening repertoire to suit the occasion.

Long Live the Samovar!
The monumental Russian tribute to tea is the mighty
samovar. The samovar is an adaptation of the 13th
century Mongolian hot pot, and the name means
“self-cooker.” A tea concentrate is brewed in a pot
atop the samovar and it is diluted with hot water
from the urn below it. It is traditional to sweeten the
tea with jam or a sugar lump held between
the teeth.

Please join us in this celebration of the
holiday season!

To Reserve call:

(360) 642 – 4150

25/per person

15/per child aged 10 or under

About Laurie Anderson

Co-Owner of The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub.
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