Slow Food Seacoast Fundraiser: A New English Tea Party

Victory96 is hosting a fundraiser tea tasting in honor of the 233rd anniversary of the Boston Tea Party! All proceeds will help support the events and activities of Slow Food Seacoast. White Heron Tea owner Jonathan Blakeslee will conduct a tasting of five tea varieties, paired with "bites" provided by local food artisans including Cacao Chocolates, Mizuna Café, and Victory96.
The event will be held on Saturday, December 16, at Victory96, 96 State Street in Portsmouth, NH, from 1 - 3pm. Please contact (603)867-9819 for reservations. Ticket price is $20 and includes a gift bag with tea, a tea infuser,and information about Slow Food and contributors to the tea party event. Space is limited, so make your reservation early!


Miko said…
And it was awesome!
plentyo'moxie said…
I agree - Jonathan Blakeslee did such a good job and Victory was a dreamy setting for the event.

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