Tea Travels: Perennial Tea Room in Seattle

The Pacific Northwest is one of my favorite travel destinations. I throughly enjoyed my trip to San Juan Island last week and fulfilled my dream of seeing orcas in the wild. Such an amazing sight! We stayed in Seattle for one night before returning home. I had the pleasure of visiting the Perennial Tea Room in Seattle. This tea shop is located on quaint Post Alley a block away from Pike Place Market. It is a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of the market.

This tea shop does not serve tea (even though past reviews do indicate that they do at one point pre COVID) but has an amazing selection of loose tea.

The tea is displayed quite nicely in glass containers. Upon entering the shop there is an area with laminated tea menus divided by type of tea. The staff is extremely knowledgeable about each tea featured and were welcoming. I was interested in expanding my oolong and white tea stash.

Across from the loose tea are shelves of quality boxed teas and accessories.

This shelf made me swoon with its organized rainbow teapot and mug display. It reminds me of a candy store!

I choose a white tea: Coconut Cream and a non roasted oolong. I am going to gift the Brandy Oolong to a friend who is hosting an afternoon tea in a couple of weeks and will write a review of the coconut cream soon. 

Perennial Tea Room does ship too. I like their packaging.

"Home is where the tea is." ~Js Devivre

I hope you have time for a simple tea this week,


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