SiTea: The Spice Boutique Coupons and Deals
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 ...
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Sold by DeemLimit 1 voucher per purchaser; additional 1 voucher may be sent as a gift Entire value must be used in a single visit Available for use beginning the day after purchase PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES FOLLOWING JANUARY 25, 2014 PAID VALUE EXPIRES 5 YEARS FROM THE PURCHASE DATEOther conditions apply
If you love tea, consider SiTea: Enchanting Teas & Treats your home away from home. At SiTea, tea isn't just a drink, it's a way of life.
Calling all tea enthusiasts! Delight your palate with 50% off custom-blended full-leaf teas, spices, and treats from SiTea, a City Paper favorite. Be sure to try their gluten-free cakes, yummy vegetable samosas, and daily soup specials! SiTea is located one block from the Takoma Park Metro.
Scout Notes: If you think holistic living goes hand-in-hand with hippies in Birkenstocks, obviously, you've yet to experience SiTea, a one-of-a-kind tearoom located just a block from the Takoma Park metro. "We call our customers guests because we want to create an environment that's a home away from home for them," said Dane, who's doing his part to stick it to stereotypes by working a pair of stiletto heels. He co-owns the shop with his friend Sunyatta, who's equally as fabulous in heels. "Our families actually go way back," said Dane, who comes from a line of herbalists, just like Sunyatta. In fact, all the tea is hand-blended by the duo, who've infused their family recipes into the soothing, spicy drinks. Their line of chai blends is the specialty here, and while they're all based on a recipe from Sunyatta's grandmother, the mixes range from classical to daring. (There's even one called Sweet Potato Pie.) "Everything you get is organic," said Dane, including the tea and treats, which are also vegetarian. The chili and samosas are real winners and go great with a piping hot kettle of spicy tea, complete with freshly ground nutmeg on top. And if you can't decide (after all, there are over 100 teas from which to choose), leave it to Dane, Sunyatta or one of the other friendly "tea geishas" in the shop to guide you. Menu Highlights: Tea service, $6.50 per person Samosa, $2.50 Chili, $6 for a bowl Hours: Tues. - Fri., noon to 8 p.m. Sat., 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sun., 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.