Tea and Yorkshire go together like gin and tonic. It’s an unmatched pairing crafted by the Gods, whose relationship has grown only stronger as the decades have passed. And Bettys is to Yorkshire what McDonald’s is to America. It’s an institution as old as time.
The Yorkshire tearoom, which has beautiful displays all year round, have finally unveiled their beautiful Christmas window displays for their four tearooms as well as the launch of their new festive menu.
The new window displays look as festive as ever, with twinkling lights, traditional Christmas ornaments and, Santa’s reindeer in the window ready to invite you in for a good old brew.
Along with the beautiful new window display, you can enjoy new cakes such as their Advent Cake, which is a festively spiced cousin of their Fat Rascals – just as delicious with butter, but extra Christmassy.
Wanting something chocolatey? Why not try their delectable chocolate orange fondant fancies. Chocolate orange is the taste of the town at the minute, and Bettys are never one to disappoint.
And, of course, no Christmas is complete without the traditional mince pies filled with mixture of dried fruit, spices, spirits, and you can guarantee that Bettys will be serving the best mince pies to try this Christmas.
Why not experience a festive afternoon tea experience at one of the Bettys branches this Christmas? The home of handmade chocolates, cakes and of course pots of teas in the pinnacle of tea rooms.
If you’d like to find out more you can visit their website here.