Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of Bakers Delight.
Bakers Delight is calling Australians to rediscover the importance of afternoon tea with their delicious Aussie scones.
Bakers Delight recently launched a limited time range of new Orange Poppy and Orange Choc Scones at the newly launched Cristina Re ‘Where A Girl Goes’ High Tea Salon in Collingwood.
At the event, guests indulged in the traditional simplicity of an Orange Poppy Scone topped with cream cheese icing as well as provided their taste-buds with a decadent treat of Orange Choc Scones which were chock full of choc chips which complemented their fresh orange flavour.
The new Cristina Re was the perfect place for the launch – visually beautiful and stimulating to all of the senses. From vintage inspired tea cups, dining ware and gold plated cutlery, all trimmed in 24 carat gold, Cristina’s signature collectible pieces reflect style and elegance, and look beautiful topped with a top-notch scone.
What does tea time mean to you?
We’re all guilty of it – powering through the day and neglecting to treat ourselves to life’s simple pleasures. Nowadays, tea breaks are few and far between. It’s time to take back those 15 minutes of downtime with a cuppa and a treat to collect our thoughts and recharge our batteries.
Bakers Delight is calling Australians to rediscover the importance of afternoon tea with their delicious Aussie scones. We happily answered to their calling by indulging in Bakers Delights' delicious scones (from their Prahran store) over a cuppa. Our favourite scone was the Berry and White Choc scone. Packed with generous amounts of plush blueberries and white chocolate chips, the Berry and White Choc Scone was an absolute delight.
Tea time is something quite special to me. Personally, a cup of tea and a sweet treat at 3.30pm each day helps me power through and get the most out of my day. It’s a little “me time” and a pick me up which helps me gather my thoughts and keep my sanity.