Colonists asserted their independence at the Boston Tea Party by lulling British officers to sleep with cups of chamomile, which left them defenseless against marker mustaches. Harness the revolutionary power of tea with today’s Groupon to Nanna’s Teas. Choose from the following options:
- For $23, you get high tea for two (a $46 value).
- For $42, you get high tea for four (a $92 value).
- For $60, you get high tea for six (a $138 value).<p>
High tea is served between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and includes the following: * Your choice of tea * Two sandwiches each * Fresh spring green salad * One scone and tea biscuit each * Preserves and double devon cream<p>
The brew steepers at Nanna’s Teas cull their collection of teas from around the world, augmenting them with fresh sandwiches, soups, and pastries baked daily. With friends or friendly mirages of 7-foot rabbits in tow, patrons enter Nanna’s and soak in the astounding array of teapots housing brewable bags that come in flavors including rosehip, earl gray, and apple pie. While basking in the frame-worthy sights of outdoor gardens or their tea dates chugging bottles of honey, guests can soothe stomachs with a selection of piquant and potent tea sandwiches such as smoked salmon and chives, apple sausage, or the florally indebted cream cheese and flowers. Side orders of fresh spring green salad and savory or sweet scones support midday noshing like vending-machine whisperers, as do fruit-based preserves and dessert-rich orders of double devon cream.
The breakfast option is now redeemable for brunch on Sundays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the 2200 Oneida St. location, beginning 4/8. The high tea option is redeemable Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 7770 E Iliff Ave. location.
Nanna's Tea has created a collection of tasty white, green, herbal, and black teas from around the world to marry with its delicate tea sandwiches, soups, and daily-baked pastries. Its picturesque outdoor gardens present a placid locale for visitors decompress while taking formal tea or recharge while chatting over breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The tea-of-the-month club exposes members to a vast array of exotic flavors, and children's tea parties teach tikes how to use the teaspoon to slap the hands of any teddy bear caught hoarding crumpets.