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Mother’s Day Tea Luncheon with Maine Tasting Center

A Maine-Made Tea Luncheon

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Mother's Day Tea Attendee Includes train fare, tea luncheon, and parking at Sheepscot

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a tea luncheon featuring seasonal Maine-grown and Maine-made ingredients! The luncheon, catered by Maine Tasting Center, will include savory bites, scones and sweets – and plenty of tea, of course! Learn about and enjoy the flavors of iconic Maine products – blueberries, maple syrup, artisan cheeses, farm-fresh produce, seafood and more – while participating in a traditional tea service in a beautiful outdoor pavilion nestled in the fields of Alna, Maine. A small selection of festive, local wines will be available to purchase onsite for guests ages 21+.

Tickets ($47.50 per person) include:
– A trip aboard the historic narrow gauge railway from Sheepscot Station to the event and return;
– A full-service tea luncheon (sample menu below)
– Parking at Sheepscot Station


Specific dishes subject to change based on seasonality and availability.


  • Great Wave Green Tea – Cup of Sea
  • Emerald Honeybush Tea – Cup of Sea
  • Wild Maine Blueberry Fruit Tea – Bar Harbor Tea Company
  • New England Maple Black Tea – Bar Harbor Tea Company
  • Accompaniments – Cream, Oat Milk & Sugar


  • Mini Quiche with Spring Vegetables
  • Cucumber/Spring Radish and Lemon Butter Finger Sandwiches
  • Date Nut Tea Bread with Goat Cheese and Bacon Crumbles


  • Maine Blueberry Scone with Chantilly Cream and Peach Lavender Jam


  • Pannacotta with Strawberry-Rhubarb sauce
  • Swedish Blueberry Almond Bars
  • Homemade Maple Walnut Needhams

About Maine Tasting Center:

Explore Maine's iconic food and drink industries, producers and the associations that represent them at Maine Tasting Center. Their welcoming campus in Wiscasset is your one-stop-shop for learning about – and sampling! – the most delicious food and drink products Maine has to offer. Visitors are encouraged to sign up for a class in the Learning Center, visit the Tasting Room for beer, wine, cocktails and small plates, or drop in for a special event.

About the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway:

Ride over the Sheepscot Valley's Narrow Gauge Railway aboard a historic steam train for a trip back in time. Explore our facilities and workshops where exploration is encouraged and inquisitiveness is rewarded. Experience the nearly-lost art of running and maintaining a steam powered narrow gauge railroad.