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User's reviews

  • Mimi's Teas ~ A Loose Leaf Tea Shoppe


    Unoriginal in ideas for a tea shop.

  • Mystic Sanctuary


    Shouldn't even be on the tea map because they have a small variety of old, dusty tea. The owners know very little about tea, let alone the tea they have in their shop. They keep the tea poorly stored behind the counter in glass jars. If you want to smell the tea you have to ask and even then they might tell you (jokingly but still) that you have reached your sniffing limit. They have about 40 tisanes and teas and if you have questions about the tea or health benefits they really won't know. Besides the fact their tea is not premium loose leaf they have other "attractions". They have expensive chocolate and that is one thing they have right. Their store is mainly as the name implies, mystic. They sell jewelry, books on a variety of topics (sex, birthstones, etc), they sell incense (overwhelming and will cause headaches if sensitive), they sell some herbs like sage and clove, they sell skull clothing, scarves, they sell ritual candles, cauldrons, mortar pestles and tarot cards. They have Wicca classes as well. I give this poor on variety because they have a very small section of bad tea. The artistry was poor because their tea is themed as mad hatter and they copyright infringement on Disney's rights to the mad hatter. Service was poor because they had little to no knowledge of tea and their food is rated as poor because their chocolate was so expensive.

  • Tea Madame Tea Shop


    Great quality tea! Sweet and helpful ladies, who all know tea very well and are happy to help explain the correct way to steep tea. LaDonna is a certified tea educator and the managers have taken classes as well. There is a great variety of tea. Love the Coconut Oolong and the Ginger Lime Rooibos!