Tea leaves really come to life when you add hot water, just like steam engines and sea monkeys. Witness a steep transformation with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of teas and treats
- $19 for two Groupons, each good for $20 worth of tea and treats (a $40 value)
Relax with the shop’s in-house tea service ($6.50) or take a tea or coffee to go ($4–$5.95). Housemade snacks include vegetarian samosas ($2.50), Sunyatta’s pumpkin-ginger-habanero popovers ($2.50), and Kabula Hill vegan ice cream ($3.50). Bag-your-own loose-leaf teas ($5/oz.) and flavored raw sweeteners ($5.30–$6.05) supply ingredients for at-home sipping.
Calabash Tea & Tonic
Love Potion #10 isn't a perfume, cocktail, or shade of semigloss paint—it's a tea. And it's a very special loose-leaf tea at that, hand-blended from a recipe created by Sunyatta Amen's grandmother. Sunyatta grew up helping out in her parents' herbal shop in Harlem and accompanied them on trips to foreign locales to buy their wares. So it is no surprise that she went on to open her own shop, Calabash Tea & Tonic, where she can share her passion for teas, spices, and all things aromatic and healing.
Sunyatta has made multiple appearances on the morning news, educating viewers about how to make the perfect cup of chai while touting the benefits of buying loose teas versus skimpy bagged teas. Her potent full-leaf blends can be brewed twice or more while still retaining their flavor and beneficial essences.
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