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A large wall displays tins of loose tea.
Teavana’s low lighting, comfy seating and zenlike decor encourage lingering over the drinks.
Knowledgeable staff is on hand to answer tea-related questions.
A sampling of tea available at Teavana.
Watermelon Mint Chiller
Citrus Lavender Sage Tea
Blackberry Mojito Lime Cooler
Coconut Mango Sakura Allure
As customers continue to seek out global flavors, operators are expanding their repertoire to more parts of the world. Here are five favorites.
Guests can also enter for a chance to win free burritos for a year.
The new items are part of the chain’s initiative to offer fresher, higher-quality dishes.
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