Lecturing your dachshund nonstop on the pros and cons of converting your front yard into a Pat Sajak–themed mini-golf course is bound to make you thirsty after a while. Today's Groupon offers superb moisteners for dry throats and mouths: for $5, you get $10 worth of teas, tonics, and more at Tea Drops, located downtown. This deal is valid only at the 1 East H and R Block Way location.
Tea Drops soothes the body and enlivens the mind with a wide array of herbalicious loose-leaf and refreshing bubble teas. Inspect the menu’s lineup of ambrosial beverages, such as the Tibetan Eye of the Tiger, a rooibos-blended black tea with hints of caramel and menace ($2.25/cup). Green-spirited sippers can sample Japan’s Gyokuro tea, made with leaves picked from the finest shaded gardens ($4.25/cup). Guzzle down one of Tea Drops’ invigorating bubble teas, adding fruity flavors such as peach, lichee, or ginger ($3.25/cup). Chess masters can enhance their minds before cage-fighting a wrestler named Señor Chessmaster with the Mind Over Muddle concoction, a raspberry-and-herbs beverage ($3.25) that’s one of several featured tonics. The shop also offers coffee drinks, as well as savory baked goods to satiate the hunger of tea-soaked bellies.
With shelves full of herbal-scented teas and an inviting, floral décor, Tea Drops makes for a relaxing place to chat with friends or take a quick break from the hustle and bustle of your job selling scythes to black-hooded weirdos. Educate yourself on herbal tea’s therapeutic benefits and rejuvenate your body with today’s Groupon to Tea Drops.
- I had a shaken strawberry green tea bubble tea. It wasn't treacly, and in addition to the tapioca pearls, little bits of strawberry puree came up through the oversized straw. It was a bubble tea that actually tasted like tea, which was slightly unexpected, but I enjoyed more the longer I drank it. – Jonathan Bender, The Pitch
- A great place to curl up with a book and enjoy your beverage. – Bailey A., Urbanspoon