Tea Time Taking Its Place in Social Popularity and Priorities

Tea rooms uniqueness, elaborate ceremonies, special events and patronage growing in the Central Florida region

Apollo Beach, FL, December 24, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Finally, the rituals of an infused cup of tea are gaining recognition. For many years, an elaborate and expensive cup of coffee has become an expectation in our society, where the “cups of tea” have patiently waited, while retaining their unchanged place as the most widely consumed beverage in the world, second only to water. There remains a huge difference, and gladly so – as a tea experience remains one of an unhurried pace, one of relaxation – one of reflection. Delicious lunches, fresh baked scones, and secret dessert recipes accompany for a final touch…

Therefore, it is to no surprise that across the nation, tea lovers and “passionaries” are operating the greatest tea rooms – all special and uniquely reflective of each owner’s heritage, passion, and background. From the “shabby chic” and Victorian ambiance, to the true British “RoyalTea” room; there is at least one to fit every discerning taste. In the Central Florida Region it is as diverse, as described in the newly released book My Proper Tea…the journey, the stories, and the infusion of the heart…, authored by Brenda Santelises, known as The Etiquette Diva.

My Proper Tea includes reviews, recipes, history of tea, a tea glossary and much more; highlighting in detail the following tea rooms: The Magnolia, in Auburndale; Trish’s, in Baldwin Park; Victorian Grace, in Brandon; Sherlock’s, in Celebration; Infusion Tea, in College Park; Back Porch Garden, in Crystal River; The Angel, in Dade City; Moffat’s, in Dunedin; The Garden Gate, in Mt. Dora; Maggie’s, in New Tampa; The Corner Rose, in Orlando; Pickwick’s, in Ormond Beach; Camellia Rose, in Plant City; Simply Country Gifts & Southern Belle’s, in Plant City; Southern Comfort, in Ruskin; Main Street, in Safety Harbor; Hart Sisters, in Sanford; A Corner of England, in St. Petersburg; Sofia’s, in Tampa; and Tussie Mussie’s, in Valrico.

If you are a tea lover and love to visit places with a unique flair, splendid menus, and scones that melt in your mouth, this full color coffee table pictorial book is for you. It is available in both soft and hard covers at lulu.com or MyProperTea.com. It will also be available in Spanish starting January 28, 2008.

The Etiquette Diva and "My Propert Tea" are the newest division of RED Key Internacional, LLC.; which is also the listed publisher for the book.

RED Key Internacional, LLC
Brenda Santelises
800.539.1240 x406