Afternoon Tea by Kopi & Kue


“While there is tea, there is hope."

(Sweet Lavender)” 
Arthur Wing Pinero

There is really no other proper way to start a Blog about Afternoon tea than a quote about tea by an Englishman.
The history of Tea begins in China with the earliest record in writing by Hua Tuo in the 3rd century. Legend has it that a Chinese emperor was sitting under a tree while his servant was boiling drinking water. A Few leaves dropped into the boiling water and starts to steep.
China may have an extensive history of tea as a medicinal drink for centuries but in the 17th century the British started to popularize the tea drinking culture. By mid-19th century, Afternoon tea became a social event introduced by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford. It was started as a habit of hers being hungry in mid afternoon and she would ask for a tray of tea, bread and butter. She would then invite her friends and they would dress up for the occasion. Afternoon tea then evolved into a high class event involving dainty pastries, sandwiches, scones on three tiers plates and selection of teas served in beautiful tea pots and pristine china cups.
Nowadays, afternoon tea is served everywhere in world, from a regular household to five star establishments. Giving you the chance to relax in the afternoon with good cup of tea and scones.

When in Bali, stop by at Kopi n Kue, afternoon tea comes with a selection of delicious sandwiches such as ham sandwich, salmon sandwich and the classic cucumber sandwich. Mouth watering sweet offerings  of tea cakes, cream cakes, cheese cake and the mandatory flaky scones with jam and cream will complete your afternoon tea experience.

Kopi Kue serves house roasted Bali coffee and freshly baked cakes. Open from 06.00 to 19.00.


  1. Terimakasih Artikel Afternoon Tea by Kopi & Kue nya bagus dan membantu sekali, semoga sukses selalu yaa .. Aamiin
    Salam Resep Kue Kering Lebaran

  2. Sama- sama Raja Kue, senang kalau artikelnya bermanfaat. Sukses selalu juga buat Raja Kue. Amin.


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