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 decorously with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of tea and baked goods at The Tea Grotto in East Central. The Tea Grotto's extensive selection of loose-leaf teas and herbal drinks is one of the largest in Salt Lake City. This Groupon is only good for in-store purchases.
Browse black, green, herbal, mate, medicinal, oolong, organic, rooibos, and white varieties online to get an idea of what the grotto stocks. There are tempting tastes for camellia connoisseurs and rooibos rookies alike, and fresh bakery bites complement the steaming cups. Wake with a bang of organic Gunpowder (green tea with a smoky flavor) or a traditionally spicy Masala Chai. The Clear Mind (a blend of organic, wild-harvested herbs formulated by Leslie Peterson, ND) gives the inside of your noggin a cold shower. Bestselling sips include the walnut green tea, chocolate-mint rooibos, and rooibos peach.
When leaves, buds, and internodes get together, they have the power to increase the metabolic rate, boost the immune system, lower stress-hormone levels, improve mental alertness, and save Matthew McConaughey from slipping on a banana peel. Let the tea squad fight for your health and happiness.
- San Francisco-style tea room with more than 80 teas, a tonic bar along with great sandwiches & pastries. Whether you're a tea lover and tea expert, or a curious rookie, The Tea Grotto is the place for you. The staff and owner are incredibly friendly and supportive, answering your every tea question with patience and expertise. – Salt Lake City Weekly
- Coffee makes me nervous as I grow older. Tea has a variety of benefits and I've enjoyed discovering many of them by purchasing tea from the Tea Grotto. Their wide variety of excellent, hand crafted loose-leaf teas carefully purchased from organic tea farmers enable me to enjoy tea at home, with full flavor and rich aromas. – Super Dave, Citysearch
- The best place in town to get a cup of tea – Joe Gumbakis, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 4 per person. Tax and gratuity not included. Valid for in-store purchases only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.