I planned the wedding while the husband had the fun job of planning the honeymoon. However, we both helped each other out at times as we are both organized people who love making plans and schedules anyways.
The husband, knowing my love for tea, made reservations to the Garden View Tea Room at the Grand Floridian resort. Although we had kind of a flighty waitress who tried to serve us the same course twice and kept forgetting things, the overall experience was elegant. I had a pot of a basic green tea and the husband sipped on a citrus flavored green tea. We were served five small finger sandwiches, a tiny tart, and two small dessert pastries. The manager brought out a special dessert for it being our honeymoon. The tea was average, but the food was full of flavor.
At Jiko in the Animal Kingdom resort we had a dessert that featured green tea ice cream. Additionally, while at Artist Point in the Wilderness Lodge resort, we had a pot of a delicious gong fu style tea along side a bowl of mixed berry cobbler. Feeling bold, I asked our waiter how much they are required to know about tea. Being the friendly gentleman that he was, he stopped and told us all about how they have a professional tea taster come in to train them on different types of tea, the brewing process, steep times, temperatures, etc.; He sounded very knowledgeable on the subject.