Get ready, afternoon tea lovers, because Vancouver’s Notch8 is introducing its next themed afternoon tea experience soon. And fall lovers are getting a delicious new twist on the season.

The newly imagined Autumn Harvest Afternoon Tea service is inspired by the changing seasons and includes a variety of sweet and savoury treats, courtesy of Head Chef Danai Hongwanishkul. From the quintessential Butternut Squash Tart to the fluffy cinnamon sugar maple scones, to unique bites like the Mushroom and Thyme puff-pastry pinwheel – there’s something for everyone here.

Oh, and some tasty Pumpkin Profiteroles (cream puffs) to go around!

As for the sips, Assistant General Manager Steve Hagan has designed a selection of feature cocktails exclusive to the afternoon tea service. Highlights include the PSL Martini featuring vodka, Kahlúa, pumpkin spice cream, and espresso, and the Harvest Moon Honey, which contains refreshing cranberry gin, lemon, spiced honey, and honeycomb sugar.

Guests can also sip on the luxurious Orchard Breeze, which is sure to warm you up with bourbon, apple cider, ginger, lemon, bitters, and a splash of soda.

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Availability & info

The afternoon tea service will be available Thursday through Sunday and statutory holiday Mondays at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. slots. Priced at $69 per person (excluding taxes and gratuity), this experience makes for the perfect gift or celebratory outing, with optional cocktails, wine, and bubbles available as add-ons.

Plus, a special Children’s Afternoon Tea menu for ages 12 and under will be available for $40 for the kiddos to enjoy.

Reservations can now be made online from Thursday, September 14th to Sunday, November 19th.

So there you have it, Vancouver! Cheers to cozy weather and even cozier sips.

Autumn Harvest Afternoon Tea – Notch8

When: Thursday, September 14th to Sunday, November 19th
Where: 900 West Georgia Street
Cost: $69 plus tax and gratuity