Monadnock Music


Russian High Tea

Russian High Tea

February 10, 2019, 2-4pm

Reynolds Hall at All Saints Church, 51 Concord St, Peterborough, NH

Join us for an afternoon of Russian blini with
champagne and caviar featuring a live performance of authentic Russian music. See the full menu here.

Performance details will be announced shortly.


Tickets are $45 each ($40 for Members)

Last year this event SOLD OUT!



Both a Rose and a Brut White will be served


Organic Russian Caravan Black Tea
Organic White Rose White Decaffeinated Tea
Served with Lingonberry,
Raspberry and Blueberry Preserves

Blini with Smoked Salmon & Caviar

blini with caviar blini with salmon

Russian Tea Sandwiches

Chicken Pate with Cucumber & Onion
Roquefort & Pear
Deviled Ham Salad on Rye Toasts

Strawberries Romanoff

Refreshing dessert made from Strawberries, tossed in
white wine, sugar, Grand Marnier, fresh orange juice and zest,
served with whipped cream on top.

Russian Pastries & Cookies


Traditional Russian, small, crunchy, mildly sweet bread rings eaten for dessert, usually with tea. The word sushki comes from the Russian “sushit”, to dry. It is customary to dunk your sushki in tea to soften it up.


An Eastern European pastry formed as a ring of dough with sweet Farmer's Cheese in the middle, sometimes with the addition of raisins or of fruit. Typically baked using a sweet yeast bread dough, our Vatrushka will receive a non-traditional but elegant flare, prepared in puffed pastry.


Pryaniki go back for centuries in the traditional Russian kitchen. These humble looking treats are flavored cookies that are glazed and usually served with tea. While they are commonly made with honey and spices, or with a mint glaze, we will be going another traditional route with Cherry and Vanilla glaze.

Russian Poppy Seed Roll

Russian Poppy Seed Roll
The poppy seed roll is a pastry consisting of a roll of sweet yeast bread with a dense, rich, bittersweet filling of poppy seed. It is popular in parts of Central Europe and Eastern Europe, where it is commonly eaten at Christmas and Easter time.


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