What You'll Get
Tea was discovered in ancient China when a leaf blew in the window and landed in the emperor’s bath, which he was slurping through a straw. Sip leaves steeped more decorously with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$18 for a meal for two (up to a $35.50 total value)
- One pot of tea (a $6 value)
- Two entrees or salads (up to a $10 value each)
- Two gelatos (a $4.75 value each)<p>
$35 for a meal for four (up to a $71 total value)
- Two pots of tea (a $6 value each)
- Four entrees or salads (up to a $10 value each)
- Four gelatos (a $4.75 value each)<p>
The lunch and dinner menu includes items such as apple-cheddar panini, veggie nicoise salads, and mushroom quesadillas. The tea menu includes varieties such as orange-flower oolong, roasted mate, midnight jasmine green, and spiced plum.<p>
This Groupon is not valid for the café’s selection of rare, premium teas.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Infusion Tea
Amid brick walkways and burnt-red walls, leaves rustle softly. Steam rises in the distance, then quietly disappears. One moment, this place emits smoky hints of cedar; the next, it teems with notes of ginger and cinnamon bark. This isn’t an idyllic college campus on a brisk autumn night. It’s Infusion Tea, a charming café on the balmy streets of Orlando. Sun streams through oversized windows, warming chilly scoops of gelato and triple-decker cream-cheese sandwiches. More than 70 types of tea—including blacks, greens, oolongs, and herbals—can be ordered hot or cool, like most jazz saxophone solos. Though they hail from faraway lands such as China, Japan, and South Africa, many of these teas are organic and fair-trade certified, reflecting values owner Christina Cowherd cultivated while traveling the world in the Peace Corps. Rare, premium teas such as gyokuro transport taste buds to new frontiers as well, whether nestled in a takeaway tin or steeped in a pot made for sharing in house.