It's been nine months since [SPOILER ALERT] we learned of [SERIOUSLY SPOILER ALERT] poor cousin Matthew's fate, and it will be another month until we see how the residents of Downton Abbey have adapted to their new circumstances. But fans of Britain's most highbrow soap opera will get a little distraction to tide them over sooner than that. Next week, PBS will launch a tea food truck, bringing a wee taste of the UK to our streets for those who haven't found it on their own.

The truck offers gratis tea and biscuits, doled out by servers dressed in period garb; sadly, we don't think that means Mr. Carson. They're also offering photos ops with a picture of Highclere Castle, which serves as the setting for the show's noble family drama. It won't make you a member of the Crawley clan, but it could make for a fun holiday card!

The truck rumbles through Manhattan Monday through Friday of next week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (noon to 8 p.m. on Thursday); here's where to get your high tea on:

Monday, December 9
East 14th St. at University Place

Tuesday, December 10
6th Avenue between 40th & 41st Street

Wednesday, December 11
50th St. between 6th & 7th Avenue

Thursday, December 12
The New York Times Center, 41st St. between 7th & 8th Avenue

Friday, December 13
Broadway between 66th and 67th Street

Series 4 of Downton Abbey premieres January 5th on PBS with rambunctious Rose, mopey Lady Mary and lots of the Dowager Countess's withering wit.