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Happy Lucky's Teahouse and Treasures

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236 Walnut St, Fort Collins, CO 80524, USA 970-689-3417 Website Suggest Changes

Sun 10:00am – 6:00pm Mon 09:00am – 8:00pm Tue 09:00am – 8:00pm Wed 09:00am – 8:00pm Thu 09:00am – 8:00pm Fri 09:00am – 9:00pm Sat 09:00am – 9:00pm

Happy Lucky's Teahouse and Treasures supports fair trade and education.

Come experience our Great Wall of Tea—over 180 loose-leaf teas available in bulk. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff can help you make the right selections. We have a large assortment of teaware and brewing accessories to help you make wonderful tea at home.

Every tea can be brewed hot or micro-brewed and shaken cold to be enjoyed on our cozy couches or outside.

Hungry? Tea is wonderful with our selection of fresh baked scones, galettes, lemon bars, cookies, gluten free yummys and more.

Looking for gifts and treasures? Our fairly traded silk and recycled goods are handmade in Cambodia and beyond.

Come visit--we have FREE WiFi.

We're 'Serving Up World Change!'

Recent reviews

    • M



      This is the coolest teahouse I've been to in a long time. The staff is very friendly and knowledgable. I learned a lot about tea and tried some new things. They have a nice selection of snacks and the most amazing baklava! It's a great place to meet up with a friend or hang out and people watch. If you're in the fort, this is a must stop!

    • K

      K Kriesel


      I visited Happy Lucky's Teahouse while staying with friends in Fort Collins in early December '12. The variety, quality and presentation of the teas were so impressive that this was where I did all my holiday shopping!

      In addition to tea to drink, one may also purchase containers of whole leaf teas. There are boxes of varying sizes that hold different tins, and the customer may pick any teas to put in these. This was perfect for gift shopping, especially to mail around the country. The staff was very friendly and well-knowledged. I highly recommend this place!

    • T



      This is strictly a shop that sells tea. The staff was warm and friendly, but I was disappointed that there wasn't any real food. The varieties of teas were impressive.

    • J



      I have loved tea since I lived in Japan as a child, but since moving back to the US I have been disappointed at the lack of quality tea. That is until Happy Lucky's opened up. They have excellent teas of every variety all at reasonable prices, which can be easily perused on their Great Wall of Tea. It is always a treat to stop by and try the latest samples, sit and have a pot with a friend, or take a cup on the go. The staff is incredibly knowledgable, and personable helping everyone from the novice drinker to the connoisseur.

      Their tea classes are also spectacular,ranging from TEA 101 to classes on specific varities such as Chai. My favorite was a class that taught me how to blend my own custom tea. I wish I had time to attend more of them.

      I feel like I'm part of something special every time I'm therel

    • C



      Happy Lucky's is a great place to relax and really savor a pot of tea with a friend. They have a huge selection, ranging from teas that a non-tea drinker would like, to more expensive and exceptional tasting teas. The service is great and each person who works there has a great personality and a love for tea. Ask them any question about tea!

      They also have a mission of helping build schools in Cambodia, and they serve many organic or fair trade teas.

    • S



      Great tea house. Excellent selection of organic/sustainable tea and herbals. Good selection of teaware. If you're in the area and love tea, you should check it out.