Vegan High Tea Rolls Out In Melbourne

And the treats on offer are mouthwatering...
Vegans in Melbourne can now enjoy a decadent plant-based high tea (Photo: Aunt Maggie's)

A vegan high tea has launched in Melbourne, Australia.

Debuting in Carlton, Aunt Maggie's now offering fully animal-free high tea, complete with kombucha mocktails, almond fetta sandwiches, and Sicillian-style 'ricotta' canolli.

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Other delightful treats on the menu include a pulled jackfruit tostada with kimchi, macadamia and white chocolate mousse, as well as a selection of herbal teas and coffees.

The vegan high tea, which costs $45pp, runs on Sundays November 19, December 3 and 17, with monthly sittings available next year.

You can find out more here

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