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BWÈ Kafe 1002 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-683-0045 BweKafe.com


LOCAL TEA LOVERSGuide Retail


Legal Grounds Coffee 170 Grand Street Jersey City, NJ 07302 201-521-2005


Offering 20 variet- ies of loose leaf tea, mostly organic se- lections. Top sellers include their roasted green tea variety called hogicha, pep-


permint and African red rooibus ma- sala chai. Non-dairy soy and almond milk, natural sweeteners that include agave nectar and sugar in the raw and gluten-free snacks. Open seven days a week, free Wi-Fi. Check website for “Open Mic Nights” and other events. Retail items include infusers, loose leaf tea, handcrafted merchandise and lo- cal New Jersey-based artwork.


Café Ganache Tea Salon 1500 Hudson Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-792-2003 CafeGanache.com


Offering 19 varieties of loose leaf Seren- dipity Tea. Top sellers include Burrough’s Brew, organic black tea with coconut and Shanghai Rose, and


mild white tea with rose petals. Also serving iced white and green tea. Non- dairy soy and almond milk available. Open seven days. Free Wi-Fi.


Offering 13 varieties of Stash Tea, as well as award-winning David Rio chai tea blends. Top sellers include tiger spice chai, a traditional spicy blend; green tea chai and a sweet vanilla chai, served hot or cold. Non-dairy soy and almond milk available, as well as natural sweeteners including agave nectar, stevia and sugar in the raw. Large garden terrace and free Wi-Fi.


The Warehouse Café 140 Bay Street Jersey City, NJ 07302 201-420-8882 TheWarehouseJC.com


Offering 9 variet- ies of Intelligentsia Organic tea. Top sell- ers include jasmine peach and green tea emerald spring


(slightly sweet with a nutty flavor) or create your own blend. Non-dairy soy milk and almond milk available. Natu- ral sweeteners include raw wildflower honey and raw cane sugar. Open seven days. Free Wi-Fi. Check website for local live jazz sessions running monthly. Café also carries local JC art created by staff baristas.


Turning Point Café 1420 Frank Sinatra Drive Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-222-3797 TheTurningPoint.biz


Offering 17 varieties of loose leaf Organic Mighty Leaf Tea. Top sellers include ginger twist, chamomile citrus and vanilla bean. Non-dairy soy milk and natural sweeteners stevia and sug- ar in the raw available. Sandwiches, salads, soups and other light menu items served daily. Open seven days a week. Free Wi-Fi.


Empire Coffee & Tea Co. 338 Bloomfield Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-216-9625 EmpireCoffeeTea.com


Local coffee and tea retail shop of- fering 46 varieties of loose leaf tea for the serious tea lover. Top sellers include Sexy Tea; a delicious


blend of black tea with passion fruit, hibiscus, raspberry and apricot and traditional chai spice. Retail store with large selection of tea pots, steepers, filters, gifts, gourmet foods and much more. For a special cold weather treat, be sure to try one of their 10 gourmet hot cocoas. Our favorite: coconut co- coa; just the right amount of sweet!


Do You Tea? 201-884-1145 DoYouTea.co DoYouTea@gmail.com


Create custom made tea blends starting with a choice of black, green, oolong or white tea direct from an Indian Himalayan tea farm, Glenburn Tea Estates. All blends offer homemade dried fruits, spices and other natu- ral flavors for delicious, unique blends. Seasonal


favorites are also available, such as top seller apple pie a la mode, prepared with an oolong base, fresh dried ap- ples, almonds, cinnamon and vanilla. Purchase traditional favorites online or click the “custom blend” tab to create a new one. Call Kelley Scruby or email her with any questions. All teas are de- livered by USPS.


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