Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Blue Winds Tea Room

                                                                       Hello everyone,
                                   I recently had a fun day out with a  sweet friend and we stopped at a lovely tea room for lunch in the New London area.It was a lovely hot summer day so a very refreshing cold homemade punch was our first treat.
                                    Homemade chicken veggie soup and an egg salad sandwich or                                                                     chickpeas,basmati rice and a salad.
                                Now, I love my desserts and I can vouch for both of these as being absolutely                                         delicious! Don't worry I didn't eat all of both.
                                                       This was so good that,it has me dreaming of another visit!

                                   A beautiful ribbon cake with five different layers of fruit
                                    was also a delicious treat.
                                                The Blue Winds is located in a charming  country home in the New                                                            London/Clinton area.
                                  I know they also serve a lovely afternoon tea so if you are
                                               enjoying an afternoon out I am sure you enjoy a visit here.
                                                Also, in the area are some lovely little shops to enjoy.
                                               Now, a little more info on my Downton Abbey Tea on Saturday,
                                               August 3. We are serving tea from 2 until 4:30-rain or shine(covered                                                      porch). This will be a fund raiser for our little grandson Lucas , who has                                                              Muscular Dystrophy,and is still travelling to Montreal every                                                       week for participation in a drug Trial.

                                                       The Afternoon 'High Tea' will also include a Garden Tour as well                                                      as a tour of the Gardener's Cottage and the Boathouse. If you are                                                          looking  for more information you can contact me at                                

                                                 I am joining Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday.

                                           Thank you for visiting,


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning Carolyn,
The Tea Room must be a new one, is it? I have not seen this one before. Your lunch looks delicious as do those desserts. Thanks for sharing a lovely outing with us. Little cooler today, eh? We're having a wonderful Summer! Enjoy your day.


Bernideen said...

I wish you great success with your tea in behalf of Lucas and his health issues. He is such a handsome young man.

The tea room foods looked wonderful and your photos lovely!

Deanna said...

It's always such a pleasure to enjoy an afternoon luncheon at such a lovely place. I am now very hungry gazing at your great food photographs.

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

Hi Carolyn,
Beautiful tea room... and the food looks wonderful! God's blessings be upon sweet Lucas, and with your fund raiser!

Katy Li said...

prayers for your little Lucas - i have 2 little nieces with cystic fibrosis and we are always watching the drug pipeline too. Blessings and mercy & I hope you have a great turnout for your tea. :)

Anonymous said...

The tea room is absolutely charming and the cakes look delicious.
I wish you a great success for your high tea party in behalf of little Lucas.

Lavender Cottage said...

Scrumptious food at the tearoom, and I like the name of it.
I hope you get a good turnout for the Downton Abbey Tea.

Marilyn said...

This tearoom sounds like a delight. That cake is just beautiful.

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Barbara - My Island Bistro Kitchen said...

I love the Blue Winds Tea Room and have been a patron there for many, many years. Everything is so tastefully served.

Susan said...

Hello Carolyn...Oh, the tea room offerings looked so colorful. Thanks for sharing.

I hope the fundraiser for your darling grandson will be wildly successful. He's sooo cute. Susan

THERESE said...

Ce sont de bons moments . Ta région et belle . Bonne sante pour ton petit fils
Bise de la Sologne

DILOU said...

Le gâteau avec les différentes couches de fruits a l'air vraiment sublime!!! Bon courage pour votre petit-fils

Anonymous said...

Carolyn, I've recently came across your blog and have enjoyed reading it and enjoyed your wonderful pictures; I was in PEI a week ago and visited The Blue Winds Tea Room; I just had tea and rhubarb crumble...it was delcicious! I wish you the best of luck in your fund raiser and God's blessing on Lucas.

(fr: F'ton NB)

Cihan said...

cok hos gozukuyor..

Jackie Manning said...

I love tearooms. We have just come back from a holiday in North wales and most afternoons we visited one!!

I hope your Downton Abbey tea goes well and makes a lot of money towards the Muscular Dystrophy drug trial that your lovely grandson is on.It is my birthday that day but I will be hoping and praying it all goes welland if there wasn't a big pond in the way I would love to have attended.Jackie in Surrey, Uk.x

Pamela Gordon said...

Lovely tea room and lunch, Carolyn. The rainbow dessert is so pretty. I hope your Downton Abbey Tea is a success. I would love to join you for this worthy cause. Blessings, Pamela

Deanna said...

Mercy mercy....if i were in the neighborhood i would be there! God bless your little Grandson.