We’ve listed a few websites containing useful cream tea information such as reviews, tearoom directories, recipes and other cream tea related articles.
A site set up by Cornish clotted cream producers Roddas and jam producers Tiptree to help market and promote the cream tea. This included creating National Cream Tea Day in 2015. The website has a lot of other cream tea related content such as the history of the cream tea, high tea etiquette and recipes. There is also a directory on the site listing tearooms around the UK that stock Roddas cream and Tiptree jam.
The Cream Tea Club is a South West networking club centred round enjoying cream teas at some of the regions nicest establishments.
This is the blog of independent cream tea reviewer Ditch Townsend. In 2015 Ditch hit the headlines after national newspapers and local TV discovered his blog with hundreds of reviews of cream teas served throughout Devon sampled on an almost daily basis! He’s now completed his journey reviewing everywhere he could find in Devon but his blog is left as a reminder of his efforts and to help assist anyone searching for a cream tea in Devon. As well as having lots of information on local cafes and tearooms Ditch has shared his wealth of knowledge on types of scones, clotted cream, the history of the cream tea and much more.
Cream Tea Review is exactly what it says, the reviews are carried out independently as part of a hobby for the site owner. Plenty of tearooms, cafes and hotels have been visited covering most areas of England. They have also reviewed a number of companies providing cream teas by post.
Roddas are the biggest producers of clotted cream in the world and their website contains various bits of useful cream tea information, such as recipes, serving the perfect scone and the Protected Designation of Origin that Cornish clotted cream has been granted.
Afternoontea.co.uk is primarily a booking servicing for afternoon tea at hundreds of hotels throughout the UK, they also sell afternoon tea vouchers on behalf of some of the hotels listed. They also have a blog with afternoon tea news, reviews and interesting facts.