THERE’S something really special about sharing a pot of tea with friends and family. ‘The Connection’ business owner, Felicia Dean has fond memories of Sundays spent with her aunts and cousins, sharing delicious treats and sipping tea.
Nowadays, social media seems to have put a stop to face-to-face visits and sharing the way people used to. With this in mind, Felicia is introducing a rustic high tea at The Connection on the last Sunday of each month which would be a great opportunity to take a couple of hours out of a busy lifestyle to nurture those relationships.
Felicia said, “I have such wonderful memories from my childhood and I would love to see lots of friends and families come into The Connection and enjoy some of our delicious food.”
For $50 guests will enjoy a two-hour banquet of endless pots of tea or coffee and a selection of sweet and savoury treats as well as a glass of bubbly. In line with The Connection’s indigenous menu, guests will also enjoy some native spices in their cuisine, including lemon myrtle scones, Davidson plum mini muffins, wattle seed brownies and kangaroo and sweet potato pie.
Book your table for 11am or 2pm to enjoy a rustic high tea on Sunday, March 25. Phone The Connection is located next to Kidstown on the causeway between Mooroopna and Shepparton. Phone 5821 0600 to book your table now.