Raincouver Afternoon Tea at Notch8 Wednesday through Sunday from January 11 to April 12

The rainy season is upon us, and what better way to beat those drizzly Vancouver days than to cozy up with a hot tea and delicious bites with Notch8 at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver?

Notch8’s Chef de Cuisine Dennis Peckham brings a Raincouver themed tea to downtown every Wednesday through Sunday from January 11 to April 12. Guests can escape the pitter patter with an array of sweet and savoury selections, from the Crab Profiterole with Dungeness crab, green apple, smoked roe and fennel, to the Chocolate Mud Tart served in a dark chocolate pastry shell, filled with chocolate crémeux, chocolate ganache and chocolate “soil.”

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RAINCOUVER AFTERNOON TEA

Wild Rice Velouté

puff rice, pine oil

Citrus Brioche, Blueberry Scone

clotted cream, strawberry preserve

Beet Cured Salmon

spring salmon, red beets, cucumber, citrus aioli

Mushrooms and Bannock

creamed mushrooms, arugula, fried bannock

Crab Profiterole

dungeness crab, green apple, smoked roe, fennel

Seared Bison

spice rubbed bison, whipped cream cheese, pickled berries

Venison and Pemmican

cured venison, foie gras pemmican mousse, toasted hazelnuts

Chocolate Mud Tart
dark chocolate pastry shell, chocolate crémeux, chocolate ganache, chocolate soil

Rainbow Shortbread

multi-color butter shortbread cookie

Wild Berry Rain Drop

rain drop macaron shell, wild berry curd

Rain Puddle

sweet bun, apricot filling

Umbrella Cupcake

vanilla cupcake, raspberry cream, umbrella crisp

January 11 – April 12, 2020
Wednesday to Sunday
Sittings at 11am, 1pm & 3pm
Adults $65
Children $32.50 (ages 12 and under)

For reservations or more information, please call 604-662-1900 or email hvc.concierge@nullfairmont.com

Priced at $65 for adults and $32.50 for children, with seatings at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm. Tables can be booked here or by calling the Notch8 reservations team at 604.662.1900.

Media release and images provided by Casey Barks, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Canada’s Pacific Northwest Region.

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