A New York restaurant may have found a way to make tea more interesting.
In Manhattan's Peacock restaurant, city dwellers can sit and sip on a $100 Champagne Cream Tea built for two, made with half a bottle of Ruinart's Blanc de Blancs, according to Bloomberg. They can also choose an Afternoon Cream Tea, which costs $50.
"Not a lot of people can come in and sit for hours," the restaurant's chef, Robert Aikens, told the publication. "We're hoping to find those with the means to do it."
The spot is the latest New York City venue to offer a luxurious tea-sipping experience to Manahttanites. The Ritz-Carlton and Plaza hotels also serve tea to their high-class clientele.
To read the full report from Bloomberg, click here.