Little Choc Apothecary – Brooklyn

It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon and my boyfriend and I wanted to try a Vegan brunch for the first time. We walked in with an open mind and to our surprise they served a laundry list of teas and tisanes. Since he found the place I asked repeatedly, “you must’ve known they serve tea,”…

Nippon Cha USA – Bayside, Queens

It’s been awhile since I’ve kept my tea friends abreast of my tea adventures. This one is pretty recent actually. It was one of those weird warm afternoons, in the middle of winter, approaching spring, but with the smell of snow coming soon. The weather has been all over the place in NYC, however, it…

Afternoon Tea @ The Williamsburg Hotel

It was one of the warmest Saturdays in January thus far. Myself and a friend wanted to catch up and enjoy the nice weather we had. So we went for Afternoon Tea, at the Williamsburg Hotel, a place my best friend had recommended me to try. Once we walked in we walked down a colonial…

Afternoon Tea – Japanese Style (Manhattan – NYC)

So as I was wrapping up 2017, I shared a Facebook post with my close friends and family about my blog and how in a world that seem so cold I used tea to keep me warm and uplift my spirits.  Once I shared the post, my closest kinsfolk decided to share with me a…

Part II: Holiday Tea Adventures: A Christmas Tea Remedy

So it’s Christmas Eve, a few hours after a long day at the family business. My dad says, “you guys hungry,” we say, “yes!” We come home and he says, “Before dinner, I have some tea for you guys.”  Tea! You are speaking my language. He starts to boil water, with ginger, garlic , and…

Part I: Holiday Tea Adventures: A Burning Ceremony with Tea

Have you ever heard of a burning ceremony? Me neither. I was invited through a friend of a friend to come to her house and serve tea for an intimate get together. The hostess of the burning ceremony told me come with whatever teas I’d like to serve. I was ecstatic and nervous at the…