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High Tea Etiquette

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I hate to sound stupid and typically
American, but what is the etiquette for
tea. We are planning tea at Claridge's. I
have heard that you DO NOT have tea black
as it is not done and not to be simple but
after you have your scones do you politely
leave or sit and drink and eat more? I
realize this is not a buffet, but what is
the proper procedure?

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