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Seven Cups Tea House Denver

2 Reviews


Category:
Food
Sub Category:
Coffee & Tea , Tea Rooms ,

Seven Cups Tea House Denver
1882 S Pearl St
Denver 80210
Neighborhood: Southwest,

URL : http://www.sevencupsdenver.com

About:

Seven Cups, Denver’s first and only Chinese tea house, serving high-quality loose-leaf teas.  Located on the southern end of Old South Pearl Street, aim to introduce Denver to premium teas and traditional Chinese tea culture. 

Here at Seven Cups Tea House, they are passionate about tea and eager to share knowledge with you.  All of their teas have been personally sourced from tea farmers in China, and most of teas are organically grown.

At Seven Cups, they believe you have a right to know what’s in your cup. They have built business on sourcing great tea and creating a market for it outside of China. To do this, They focus on the tea and the story behind it. They have searched the Chinese countryside, gathering vital information about each of the 90 teas source, and developing personal relationships with each of producers.

Seven Cups devotes a great deal of time to this.  Their goal is to pass on to you the best tea China has to offer along with the knowledge and culture that goes with it.

Seven Cups Tea House Denver
Added By: William Moon


 

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Reviews for "Seven Cups Tea House Denver"

christel buda
Oct 18, 2011

This is a world class tea house

One of my favorite things is tea. Hot tea, cold tea... the only preference I have is if it's cold outside, warm it up and if it's hot outside serve it on ice. Well, this place definitely tickled my fancy. A friend of mine and I met here for tea last night.  I walked in alone and was immediately asked if I was there to play Majiang, which was being played throughout the dining room.  I was pretty sure I wasn't, so I just asked for a table.  The host politely led me to a table in a cozy dining room that was comfortably lit and elegantly furnished.  Before stepping away, the host told me to make sure to ask if I had any questions.  Which I inevitably did because of the extensive menu.

Donald Honore
Sep 6, 2010

More of a traditional Chinese tea experience

With a good range of choice, I usually start with the oolongs and they did not disappoint.  I tried an oolong that just came in and really enjoyed it. My wife tried a yellow for the first time, the Imperial Jun Shan Yin Zhen, and we both loved it.  Delicate, smooth and beautiful. Our server knew a huge amount about teas and was very helpful in choosing both some to try and some to take home.

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