Four Seasons Tea Room
606 Shelden Avenue
|Tue||11:00am - 6:00pm|
|Wed||11:00am - 6:00pm|
|Thu||11:00am - 6:00pm|
|Fri||11:00am - 6:00pm|
|Sat||11:00am - 6:00pm|
The Four Seasons Tea Room opened on October 1, 2002 in a building that had previously served as an apothecary for over 100 years. Some reminders of its previous life dot the interior of the tea room … the century-old apothecary cabinets, the large safe, and the friendly service that can be rare these days.
Looking back, mother and daughter, LaVerne Witto and Andrea Schuldt, seemed destined to open a tea room in the Copper Country. They have both been collectors of china and glass for years; love to cook, bake and entertain; and find that “taking tea” can be a most relaxing art form.
Fast forwarding to present day, locals and tourists alike seem to find a peaceful atmosphere, great tea and food, and attention to detail at the Four Seasons Tea Room. As the years have progressed, special events have been added; the menu slightly expanded (though the focus will always be Afternoon Tea); and regulars have become extended family.
Reviews on the Tea Map (www.teamap.com) and CatTeaCorner (www.catteacorner.com) websites have been most favorable, as have customer comments. Please visit www.fourseasonstearoom.com for additional reviews and information.
I never do reviews as quite frankly ive never been moved to do so but this place went so far beyond my expectations that i had to find a site to compliment them. First of all the place is clean and beautiful, you walk by and your nose is pulled in the door by the wonderful aroma's that pour out the door. When i went in i was immediately greeted by one of the nicest people i have had the pleasure of speaking to and on top of that her knowledge of her product blew me away, i found out later that she was the owner and a great job she does. Every tea that have is available to sample and in the front of the store she has every tea available to smell and look at in small clear glass jars.Next we looked at prices expecting them to be higher than what we are used to, Teavanna, but they were half t... (more)
- Mir. and Mr.s Fisher 07/08/13