There is nothing like a classic English tea. Tea, tea sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jelly, etc.
In New York City, there are quite a few tea parlors. But my favorite is Boise Tea Parlor.
Located in the Village, Bosie Tea Parlor is physically a small space, but the menu makes up for the limited space. The tea menu is extensive and lovely. The food menu is perfect for anything from a simple tea break with scones to a full meal.
If you do go, and you only get only one thing, I recommend the macarons. I don’t usually have desert with my meals, but for macarons from Bosie Tea Parlor, I make an exception.
I recommend it.
Bosie Tea Parlor is located at 10 Morton Street in New York City.
There are two kinds of tea in this world. There is the ordinary bland, factory made tea that can be purchased at any deli or grocery store. Then there is the tea that from the moment you open the bag to the last drop going down your throat wraps you in tea heaven.
This is Bingley’s Teas.
Named for Charles Bingley from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, this delicious, loose tea made with a variety of ingredients offers a delectable range of teas to choose from. Opening a bag of Bingley’s Teas is akin to being wrapped in a warm blanket on a cold winter day. Whether it is a black tea to help you get up in the morning or a green tea to sooth the nerves after a long day of work, this tea is far and away one the best tea brands I’ve ever had.
And of course, their Jane Austen tea line is sheer perfection. My personal favorite is Lizzie Bennet’s Wit.
If you must buy tea, I absolutely recommend Bingley’s Teas. It will forever change the way you drink and appreciate tea.