Devon vs Cornish Cream Tea by Post
Settle the long standing debate between Devon and Cornwall - are cream teas better with jam or cream on top? In Devon we prefer to serve jam on top of the cream, as tradition has dictated since the origin of the cream tea in Tavistock Abbey in the 11th century. The Cornish prefer to serve cream teas the other way round, arguing that the clotted cream tastes better when served on top. With this cream tea by post you can not only decide which serving method is more enjoyable but also taste the difference between Rodda's Cornish clotted cream and Langage Farm Devonshire clotted cream!
- 4 Devon Scone Company Scones
- 113g Langage Farm Devonshire Clotted Cream
- 80g Rodda's Cornish Clotted Cream
- 220g Strawberry Jam
- Devonshire Tea and Cornish Tea Sachets
- Personalised Gift Card
- Gift Wrapped Wicker Basket
- Free Next Day or Choosen Day Delivery (usually order before midday for next day delivery)
- DPD predicted 1 hour delivery window
- Cream teas can’t arrive on Monday (as cream can't travel all weekend).
- Saturday delivery costs £9 extra.
- Morning delivery costs £9 extra.
- Cream and scones are best eaten within 4-5 days.
- Some restrictions apply for Islands and Highlands. Full delivery details.