Elevenses is a card game in which respectable 1920s socialites strive to serve the finest morning teas! You are a respectable 1920s socialite striving to serve the finest morning tea. All around Europe, eleven in the morning is recognized as the perfect time to stop and have a bite to eat.

In Elevenses, you play cards to create your spread sandwiches, biscuits, cakes and don’t forget the tea! When eleven o’clock strikes, the player with the best spread wins! Can you serve the most scrumptious morning tea of all? Elevenses is lavishly illustrated with the watercolour artwork of T.J. Lubrano.

OG recommends because: Release your inner high society lady and throw the best damn tea party in the country!

Players: 2-4

Ages: 10+

Time: 30 minutes

Designer: David Harding (II)

Type of Game: Card Game / Hand Management 

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Each player starts the round with an identical set of eleven morning tea cards. Each card has a point value as well a special action which must be carried out when it is played. The lower the point value of a card, the better it’s power. The powers lead to surprising interactions between the players! Cards must also be played to a specific position on the table. Whenever a card is played, in most cases you pick up the card that was previously in its position, requiring you to plan your morning tea carefully!

The round ends when a player plays the “Elevenses” card. It’s time for tea! The players compare the value of their cards. Points are awarded to the highest scoring morning teas. The game continues until a player has 7 or more points. She has served the finest morning teas of all and wins the game!

Additional information

Product Contents

Rule Sheet
44 Cards
30 Sugar Cubes
4 Reference Cards
1 Sugar Bowl Card

Product Safety

Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Returns Policy

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Weight0.4 kg
Dimensions112 × 12 × 5 cm


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