Stuck for gift ideas for a loved one? Treat them – or yourself – to the perfect cuppa from the Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum & Tearooms tea and infusions range.
The collection currently has more than 100 variations of tea and infusions for purchase with new varieties added regularly. There was even a special Christmas and New Year range featuring festive designs and a wind up musical tin tea caddy.
Perfect for entertaining or as a gift for a loved one, the range of teas and infusions available at Bygone Beautys are beautifully packaged in decorated tins and boxes.
The fruit infusions also make for an ideal cold drink on a warm afternoon. A delightful tisane of natural fruits and herbs which is a perfect cocktail for all occasions. Black and green teas are available in first, early and secondary pickings. Infusions of fruits, flowers and herbs ensure the variety and flavours are endless.
The wide selection of teas and infusions are available as loose leaf tea in resealable pouches or teabags within decorative tins or boxes.
Take advantage of 20 per cent off tea, infusions and all floor stock at Bygone Beautys during the massive renovation sale.
The famous Bygone Beautys traditional high tea is a true indulgence, reminiscent of decades past. Dressed in top hat and tails, your waiter will serve the decadent delight to your table with a degree of pomp and circumstance, giving an experience reminiscent of times past when life was more leisurely. Delicately presented on a triple-tier cake stand with fine bone China and quality cotton afternoon tea serviettes, nibble on finely rolled sandwiches, an assortment of homemade tea cakes and biscuits, topped with with homemade baby scones with freshly whipped cream and strawberry jam. Your choice of house tea or coffee is served in shimmering silver pots and delivered to your table silver service style on an elegantly decorated afternoon tea tray mobile.
To purchase a gift voucher, simply visit Bygone Beautys, phone (02) 4784 3117 or email email@example.com. Your voucher will be posted upon payment.
The new tearooms are now open to visitors, marking the completion of the first stage of the extensive renovation of Bygone Beautys.
The next stage involves the construction of the teapot museum and a separate retail area specialising in tea, teaware and a multitude of accessories as well as gifts and souvenirs. There will also be a special tearoom for traditional high teas and a function room for group bookings.
Visitors are welcome to visit the new tearooms and see the many transformations taking place.
Bygone Beautys, Megalong and Grose streets, Leura, is open seven days from 10am to 5.30pm (closed Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day). Last tearoom orders are taken at 5pm, with the last sitting for traditional high tea at 4.30pm.