Friday, July 21, 2017

Honeysuckle Teatime Celebrates its Unbirthday With Weekend Pop-up

Posted By on Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 3:33 PM

It's almost too pretty to eat. Almost. - PHOTO VIA INSTAGRAM, HONESUCKLETEATIME

Honeysuckle Teatime will host an unbirthday bash with a pop-up this Sunday, July 23 during Brick's Sunday art market to celebrate reaching 10,000 followers on Instagram  — an insanely high number for a San Antonio pop-up that started one messy evening at Paper Tiger.

The sister duo was also featured in the latest issue of Prime Living,  a "luxury magazine of Texas," with a very distinguishable Teatime milkshake gracing the cover.

At this weekend's event, the Honeysuckle gals will debut a new Unbirthday Cake Milkshake, made with lavender vanilla, to commemorate their recent success. Folks looking to get a taste of the colorful concoctions can also enter a giveaway for two mini unbirthday cakes, and a contest for a dozen unbirthday doughnuts by using the tag #honeysuckle10k. Lastly, everyone who purchases a milkshake ticket ($10) will automatically be entered to win an Unbirthday Tea Party pack, which includes one mini unbirthday cake, six unbirthday cupcakes, one dozen mini unbirthday donuts and one dozen unbirthday shortbread cookies. And FYI, no where in the rules does it say you have to share.

For more info on pop-up whereabouts, latest flavors and dreamy photos of your favorite treats, be sure to follow Honeysuckle Teatime on Instagram at @honeysuckleteatime.



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