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香港人通常會稱呼為”High tea”, 但其實並不是最正確的說法喔～
Afternoon tea, also known as ‘low tea,’ is what most people think of when they hear ‘high tea.’ It involves things like manners, lace and dainty foods. It is typically served in the mid-afternoon and it was traditionally served on low tables, hence its two names.
Historically, afternoon tea was considered to be a ladies’ social occasion, and it is more often enjoyed by women than men to this day.
Traditionally, high tea was a working class meal served on a high table at the end of the workday, shortly after five PM. It was a heavy meal of meat dishes (such as steak &kidney pie), fish dishes (such as pickled salmon), baked goods (such as crumpets), vegetables (such as potatoes or onion cakes), and other heavy foods (such as baked beans and cheesy casseroles).
High tea was much more of a working class family meal than it was an elite social gathering.
總而言之呢～就是Afternoon tea 才是指傳統正式的英式下午茶～
而High tea 則是指一般工作階級的人，在辛勤工作一天之後回家吃的點心（所以想要自我感覺良好一點的話還是說吃Afternoon tea 吧～）
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