Tranquilitea’s Frozen Tea Party

Bringing someone into your home is probably one of the most intimate things anyone can do, and when people do exactly that it means so much more than just a blogger get together. Tranquilitea is a brand that excites me to the core of my bone. What’s not to be excited about the finest home made desserts that deserve to be on the menu of a fine dining restaurant. What’s more is that the founder of Tranquilitea is so passionate about not only the brand, but her creations speak for themselves.

All the desserts are handmade from scratch with a lot of love, using the finest ingredients and no artificial flavours or preservatives. Tranquilitea’s services aim to include the frozen tea party as a service that can come to people’s homes for intimate sized events such as this one. Ideal for bridal/baby showers and birthdays. The team’s intention is to cater for larger events in the near future – Look out for the ice cream cart coming soon which will be available for private hire from December onwards for events such as mehndis/weddings, and will hopefully be at a regular spot on street food/farmers markets.

Sharing a few photos from the evening and I hope you enjoy them as much as I loved being a part of them… The room was set up by the lovely ladies at Creative Events and Sharmina (linked below)

Victoria Sponge Cake – Vanilla ice cream filled with chunks of victoria sponge, chocolate curls, and rose petals.

Teacup shaped churros with chocolate fudge cake filled ice cream, topped with hot fudge sauce chocolate curls, popping candy and gold confetti.

Matcha Bubble Tea Ice Cream, filled with mango popping boba topped with mango sauce and tapioca pearls.

Rose Sandwiches – Rose and pistachio sponge sandwiches with rose and cardamom ice cream, topped with rose sugar and edible buds.

Cannoli filled with either pistachio ricotta ice cream or orange blossom ricotta ice cream, topped with chocolate chips.


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Lots of love,



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