Tea at Josie’s

Irish Tea and Scones © Michele Erdvig

Tea at Josie’s is a guilty pleasure. The scones are homemade – light, flaky and fluffy. They arrive warm from the oven and dusted with powdered sugar. Add a layer of butter, strawberry jam and a dollop of whipped cream. Pour a steaming cup of Irish tea. Sit back and absorb the spectacular scenery of the hidden lake and mountains.

 

Is it worth driving fifty Irish miles round trip for tea and scones? You have to be kidding. Of course it is. It’s Josie’s!  Read More…

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Author: Michele Erdvig

Michele has done and seen it all in Ireland. Specializing in Ireland for over 40 years, she is one of the foremost Ireland travel experts in the United States. She writes guidebooks and blogs about Ireland, creates custom Ireland itineraries and dispenses free advice on her Ireland Travel Forum. www.IrelandYes.com

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