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Morning Lavender: A Convenient Spot for a Secret Affair

Hold onto your teacups, because this story is about to get exciting! It all started a year ago when a group of us were working together, drowning in the monotony of our daily routines. We found solace in each other’s company and began sneaking away to restaurants, indulging in some much-needed escapism from our stressful work lives. But that was just the beginning.

As the months went by, our bond grew stronger, and we found ourselves craving something more. That’s when we discovered the magical world of tea houses. Our first encounter with The Tea House on Los Rios was nothing short of enchanting. The cozy ambiance, the delicate aroma of tea leaves, and the mouth-watering cuisine all blended together to create an unforgettable experience. We knew from that moment on that we had to make these tea meetings a regular occurrence.

For those who have never been to a tea house, let me tell you, it’s a whole different world. These establishments are the epitome of sophistication and elegance, where people gather to celebrate life’s special moments. Whether it’s a bridal shower, baby shower, or just a casual brunch with friends, tea houses are the go-to destination for those in the know. And boy, did we know!

Our love for tea, food, and each other only grew stronger with each passing day. We eagerly planned our next rendezvous, eagerly anticipating our next tea house adventure. And as fate would have it, we stumbled upon Morning Lavender in Tustin, and we knew we had to make it our next destination.

So, we marked our calendars and eagerly counted down the days until our next engagement. The excitement was palpable, and we could hardly contain our anticipation. And when the day finally arrived, we were ready to savor every moment, every sip, and every bite. It was an affair to remember, and one that we will cherish for a lifetime.


As we were seated at our table, our eyes widened in awe as we took in the stunning display before us. The presentation was nothing short of breathtaking, and we knew that at a tea house, appearance was just as important as taste.

The intricate designs and lavish patterns that adorned every inch of Morning Lavender’s tea cups, kettles, and plates were a feast for the eyes. The delicate flowers that graced each dish and utensil were so exquisite, we almost felt guilty touching them.

But it wasn’t just the floral designs that caught our attention. The gold accents on the sugar tongs, forks, and spoons were like little nuggets of pure elegance that added an extra touch of sophistication to the entire set. It was as if we were dining with royalty, and we couldn’t help but feel a surge of excitement as we took in the extravagant display.

As we poured our tea and took our first sips, we knew that this was an experience like no other. Every detail, from the exquisite table setting to the luxurious taste of the tea, was carefully crafted to make us feel pampered and indulgent. We savored every moment, every bite, and every sip, knowing that this was a memory that would last a lifetime.

asa_teaparty1.jpgMorning Lavender is still relatively new, having only opened its doors a few months ago. It’s quickly become a neighborhood favorite, drawing in women of all ages who are looking for a charming spot to enjoy a cup of tea and catch up with friends.

As someone who’s been to several tea houses, I have to say, Morning Lavender gets it right. They stay consistent with their theme without going overboard, and the result is a place that’s both adorable and approachable. It’s the kind of spot that makes you want to linger, to soak up the cheerful ambiance and savor every sip of tea.

The dainty details are what make this place so special. From the delicate wallpapers that adorn the walls, to the adorable table settings and even the food truck, every inch of this establishment is bursting with personality. You can’t help but feel a sense of joy as you take in the whimsical lavender theme that ties everything together.
asa_teaparty3.jpgAs I took my first sip of tea, I was immediately struck by the depth of flavor. Each type of tea we ordered was bursting with its own unique blend of spices and herbs, and it was like a symphony of flavors playing out on my taste buds.

But as I made my way through the different flavors, I couldn’t help but feel a particular fondness for the Peaches and Cream. It was like a little slice of heaven in a cup, with a subtle sweetness that worked perfectly with the delicate scones and scrumptious sandwiches we ordered.
asa_teaparty2.jpgIf you’ve ever been to a tea house, then you know that the food is an essential part of the experience. And at Morning Lavender, they take their tea time treats very seriously.

As we eagerly waited for our food to arrive, we couldn’t help but admire the three-tier cake stand that was soon placed in front of us. The sweets at the top looked like they were straight out of a pastry chef’s dream, while the sandwiches at the bottom were calling out to our rumbling stomachs.

As we dug into the food, we quickly realized that the sandwiches were the standout item on the plate. Each one was filled with fresh ingredients and bursting with flavor, and we found ourselves going back for seconds and even thirds.

However, as much as we enjoyed the sandwiches, we couldn’t help but feel a little disappointed with the scones. They were good, but not quite up to the high standards we had come to expect from our previous tea house experiences. There was just something about the softness and crumbliness of those previous scones that we couldn’t quite find at Morning Lavender.

asa_teaparty.jpgFor $35, I think the tea offerings at Morning Lavender was ok. Personally, I would have preferred some fresh fruit instead of the desserts they had. However, one thing that was really convenient was how close the cafe was to my home, which made it the perfect spot for our secret affair.


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