An interesting Mother's Day option: A Tea Treat at the Ireland House Museum

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April 26th, 2021



Coming up with something to do for Mom on Sunday May 9th will be a little more challenging this year.

It will be the second year in a row when the traditional visit can’t take place.

What are the options out there?

If Mom has a taste for quality tea in a different setting give some thought to the online Mother’s Day Victorian Tea and Treats.

Museum Tea Treat

Tickets are $30 and include a Victorian Dessert Trio (Victorian sponge cake, currant scones, lemon shortbread), three 20g samples of Monarch Tea Co. loose leaf tea, and a 45-minute tea tasting led by certified Tea Sommelier, Katie Cyr.

Tea and treat package pick-up is Saturday, May 8 between 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at Ireland House Museum.

The online portion of the event takes place from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm on Sunday, May 9. It includes a hearth demonstration and a tour of the ladies’ parlour at Ireland House Museum.

Tickets can be ordered by clicking here

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3 comments to An interesting Mother’s Day option: A Tea Treat at the Ireland House Museum

  • Syd

    Please check headline spelling…

  • Allan Hale

    Hi Pepper – I think you may wish to revise the Byline…?

  • Claudette B Mancini

    If anyone’s interested in tea, try tea from Australia. Yes, they grow tea in Australia! And it’s mighty good, too. I imported and sold it all across Canada for ten years before I retired. Nowadays I only import enough for myself and family. It’s called Daintree Tea and they have a website. Try it! You’ll love it! Tell them Claudette Mancini told you about it.