I have no clue where I left 'bun~feast', though it ought to still be in the 'Entropical Locales' list. I shall have a whole list for this sort of phenomena all on it's own before long, complete with social mores and horrors, how~tos and where fores.
A tea~drinking for women, succeeded by stronger potations in the company of the other sex, and ending as might be expected, in scenes of ribaldry and debauchery. It is so~called, I believe, in Lincoln; in other places in the country it is known by the name of a Bun Feast. The custom is now obsolete, or nearly so, to the amelioration, it is hoped, of society. James Halliwell, Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, 1855