It is with sadness that we have decided to close the doors of Best of British. We have had two incredibly successful years in which we have made a lot of new friends and had the immense pleasure to serve you . As many of you know, Sally lost her husband last year and this has been instrumental in her decision to close the business. Although the tearoom is no longer serving, we are having a liquidation sale starting on Saturday March 23rd and running through Saturday April 13th or for as long as we have goods to sell.  We close on April 14th. Please come and support us in the final few weeks as you have done since we opened - without you, we would not have been the success that we were in such a short time and you have our heartfelt thanks.
Sally & Elizabeth

RETAIL SHOP &
TEA ROOM
Offering Traditional
British Hospitality

4810 SW Western Ave, Beaverton OR  97005
503-367-4828
Directions

What makes our establishment so special?

We are a British owned and run tearoom
 and retail store , offering an authentic
 traditional menu plus a shop full of goodies that will bring back memories if you grew up in the UK and create new ones for those of you who wish you had! Oh - and our accents are pretty cool too ...
Read about us here .

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Our Place
Tea of the Week
Peach Apricot Green




New Items:







What's New?
Literary Tea Collection
We are excited to begin to present our Literary Tea Collection based on the wonderful authors that the UK has produced. From William Shakespeare to
JK Rowling, you will find a blend to suit your taste buds. We introduced our first blend - Lewis Carroll - at our Easter White Rabbit event and it was a resounding success. Currently we are featuring the
Jane Austen blend
Details of blends here
TEA 101







The world of tea can be quite confusing when you start to explore it. At Best of British, we carry over 100 varieties and that's a small part of what else is beyond our doors! Check out our Tea Information pages to get a good idea of what's out there.


Tea Etiquette
How to Host the PerfectTea Party

          Pinky up or pinky down?

         Jam first or cream?

       Scone or Scon?

Find the answers to these burning questions and more on our Tea 101 page