Pinky's Up Afternoon Tea brings a little bit of England to downtown Clarksville. Inspired by the authentic Afternoon Tea cafes visited in England and Wales by the owners Amber and Serveen, Pinky's Up strives to provide you with a unique tea time experience. Mixing a bit of England with a bit of America, our unique and filling Afternoon Tea and High Tea Menu's are sure to please. Come by and enjoy the food, tea and experience, we are looking forward to see you.
Welcome To Pinky's Up Afternoon Tea
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BLOOMING FLOWER TEAS
Also called Flowering Tea began more as an art form than a health promoting drink, but it has become much more over the years. Not to be mistaken for Flowering Tea (a naturally caffeine free flower that has been dried and does not contain tea leaves). Blooming tea is made from true tea leaves and flowers that are sewn together into a bulb. The main point of the blooming tea is the experience when steeping. When steeping in hot water, the bulb expands into full bloom.
Have your camera's ready for a beautiful experience!
Scones & Devon Cream
Scones are a British afternoon tea staple and they’re delicious served with jam and clotted cream. Not quite cake, but not really a biscuit or pastry either, scones have a unique texture that’s entirely their own.
JAM OR CREAM FIRST?
Much debate surrounds the ‘correct’ way to eat a scone, so how do you eat yours? Cream tea is very popular in both Devon and Cornwall but the main difference is how they eat their scones. In Cornwall, jam is added first to allow it to sink into the warm scone and then clotted cream is added on top.
In Devon, it’s the other way round, clotted cream is spread first to create a barrier between the runny jam and the scone.