"High Tea" was the tea-time of the working class in nineteenth century England. With the advent of the industrial revolution, more and more people took on factory-type employment, and consequently, their meals often had to wait until their work day was through. By quitting time, working class people were hungry for something substantial. Meats, cheeses and other heavy foods would be laid out on a high table, with tea as the beverage of choice. This was in contrast to "Low Tea," in which guests were seated, and tea was served on low tables overflowing with cakes, cookies and other treats. High Tea soap will treat everyone to the substantially wonderful luxury of handmade, all natural soap!