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5 o'clock tea

A "5 o'clock Tea" is a very special event that should be enjoyed with family or friends.

This very English tradition began around 1840 by the Duchess Anna Maria and is usually done between 3 and 5 pm.

Tea is usually taken at social events, and many cultures have created formal ceremonies for these events. Western examples of these are the "Tea of the 5" and the "Tea Party".

For some, especially in upper social classes, tea is a light meal in the late afternoon, often accompanying only cake, scones, toast or sandwiches.

Although not a well-known fact, Portugal was the first to introduce the practice of drinking tea in Europe, as well as the first European country to produce tea around 1750.

The Tea of the 5 of Hotel D. Luís is served every day in our Bar and consists of:

- 1 Tea
- 1 Toast
- 1 Compote
- 1 Butter
- Mini Assorted Pastry

Price - € 4,5

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