There are few online reviews for the Earth Origins Market (formerly Mother Earth Market) East Silver Springs Boulevard and 76th Boulevard locations, but there are some for the 13th Street location. Nine Google Mappers give it a three-star average, and five Yelpers give it a four-star average:
Inside the Italian-inspired café of Coffee Evi, information on the origins of the coffee bean line the walls, charting its journey from the first coffee houses in Turkey to the cup holders of today's flying cars. Telltale drips of an espresso machine harmonize with the genial chatter of patrons who nibble croissants and gluten-free baked goods. The current cast of brews is scribbled across a chalkboard menu, with featured players such as turkish coffee, iced drinks, and hot teas.
To maintain the quality of each cup, Coffee Evi's husband-and-wife owners work with the local Kahwa Coffee Roasting to source all of their coffee blends. They also use Mighty Leaf tea bags, which, like all of a gingerbread man's possessions, are biodegradable.
A brief look at Chinese Tea Culture's website reveals what a wealth of tea knowledge there is to be explored. For starters, there's the sheer volume of tea varieties: black tea, white tea, green tea, and oolong tea. Each has a handful of sub-varieties, and each of those sub-varieties has half a hundred health benefits. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. There's fruit tea, flower tea, chai tea, rooibos tea, and many, many more.
The website can be searched by ailment as well, as certain herbal remedies can be used to treat issues from sleeping disorders to digestive problems. Many of these all-natural, organic loose leaf teas can be brewed together to maximize health effects, and the experts at Chinese Tea Culture are happy to provide recipes and brewing instructions. Customers can improve a delicious cup of tea with the store's tea accessories, which include strainers, tea pots, candles, and home decor. Chinese Tea Culture demystifies the ancient healing art of blending, brewing, and sipping tea, and makes it fun as well.
Coffee Creations brews invigorating cups of coffee from Kona blends, Colombian Supremo beans, and Jamaica High Mountain beans, which drip into an aromatic and semisweet elixir. The shop also imbues its coffees with extra flavor with natural oils, such as vanilla, which can be mixed into hundreds of customized tastes. A simple breakfast and lunch menu accompanies each cup, with entrees from biscotti and pancakes to soup and BLTs. Coffee Creations also builds custom gift baskets, themed around gourmet coffees, teas, or hot chocolate.