A new afternoon tea experience is coming to the St. Regis Toronto this upcoming weekend that will aim to transport guests to the Roaring Twenties through an elevated array of Prohibition Era food, beverage, and ambiance.
Set in the Astor Lounge with the seasonal backdrop of blooming cherry blossom trees, the Prohibition Afternoon Tea service will feature an assortment of Prohibition Era-style iced teapot cocktails along with a newly-reimagined menu of spring-inspired sweet and savoury snacks.
Some of the standout afternoon tea cocktails include the Bee’s Knees (dry gin, lemon juice, green tea honey syrup, dehydrated lemon) and the Queen’s Tea (rhubarb and ginger gin, lime juice, peach iced tea).
St. Regis Toronto’s Prohibition Afternoon Tea service will be available for $77 per person on Saturdays and Sundays until July 31. Reservations can be made online.