The Process

The instructions below will outline how to pick the perfect tea at our shop! It's a simple process, we promise!

Step 1

Take a stroll through our beautiful gardens and smell the flowers and herbs. Take note of any that you find particularly delightful. This will be important soon.

Step 2

Carefully pick your herbs and floral notes. Bring your bushel in to the Teahouse and our team of professionals will turn your choice into a unique steeped drink.

Step 3

Enjoy your freshly brewed cup of tea that you got to see from beginning to end. With us, you know exactly where your tea is coming from and can ensure it’s precisely how you want it.

The Benefits of Tea

Tea has many benefits for each and every person. Below are a sample of our favorite teas and their unique uses! Select what you need help with and see what kind of tea is your perfect fit.


Chamomile herbal tea is grounded and earthy with hints of apple and floral sweetness. It has a light, airy, and really palatable taste that most people enjoy.


The roots of the valerian tree have a strong, earthy and somewhat pine-smelling aroma. Therefore, the tea also has a strong aroma that leans toward a woodsy, evergreen taste.


A member of the mint family, lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) has a lovely lemon flavor and the ability to gently calm the nerves and lift one's mood.


Soothing and highly aromatic tea with a light and slightly sweet taste. Try blending it with mint leaves for that extra refreshing taste.


Ground ginger has a warm, spicy bite, is a little bit sweet, and is not as strongly flavored as fresh ginger. This spice cabinet ingredient is also not a direct substitute for fresh ginger.


This tea has an earthy taste, which some find bland or unpleasant, but others really enjoy. If you prefer yours sweeter, add a bit of organic coconut crystals, or dried organic stevia leaves.


You may have heard of its relative, anise hyssop, which tastes like a cross between mint and anise. ... Hyssop leaves and flowers taste a lot like mint, but with more floral character and a pleasant bitterness.


Sage tea comes from the sage herb which is part of the mint family. The sweet, delicate taste of sage will not interfere with your tastes if you are drinking the tea with meals, although in-between meals is typically a better time to enjoy the tea. Some people find the taste bitter and will combine sage with other teas or other ingredients to mask the bitter taste.


We sell a variety of items in our shop. Featured are a few items that we use and sell to our happy customers in our teahouse. Stop in to purchase something or contact us if you don’t see something you’re looking for.

About us

We pride ourselves in providing our customers with tasty teas and beautiful flowers. Take a stroll through our gardens and pick out your own tea leaves or take a quick stop into our shop to grab some happiness to go.

The original shop is proudly located in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. As we gain recognition we continue to expand to other states to bring the joy of tea and flowers to all kinds of individuals.

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