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cream tea

n. Chiefly British
A refreshment consisting of scones, jam, and clotted cream served with tea, usually served in the afternoon.

cream tea

n
(Cookery) afternoon tea including bread or scones served with clotted cream and jam
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The cream tea advert was for Lanhydrock House and Garden, published on Facebook.
There's a big debate as to whether the cream tea spiritually belongs to Devon or Cornwall, but both forms are magnificent in their own way - the only question is whether you put the cream on the scone first, or the jam.
The 10,000 Hours Foundation staff and volunteers recruited from the Creamfields fanbase will treat guests to an afternoon of Cream tea, live music, musical bingo, virgin cocktails and also the chance to enjoy socialising, chatting, sharing stories and experiences.
Recently, farmers in Devon attempted to go one stage further, and applied to have the entire cream tea meal -- the scone, jam and cream -- designated a protected food for their county.
COME enjoy an afternoon cream tea and chat at the Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel on Tuesday, August 30.
Learn about the harvesting and distilling process used to make the world famous Norfolk Lavender products and enjoy a delicious cream tea served with lavender scones.
Visitors can enjoy a fresh cream tea as they travel in the SVR's popular Observation Saloon.
If the friendliness of hosts makes or breaks your stay, then try The Old Railway Yard in Redruth, Cornwall, where guests are greeted with their first name and a traditional cream tea.
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It's time for cream tea and champers at The Stafford, an elegant, hidden gem of a hotel that borders the capital's royal landmarks.