Thursday, 14 May 2020 13:39

Saratoga Tea & Honey Company Celebrates 5th Anniversary

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — May 2020 marks the 5th anniversary of Saratoga Tea & Honey Company opening its doors at 348 Broadway in downtown Saratoga Springs. 

Since 2015, the tea bar and tasting room’s selection of fine loose leaf teas and raw honey have grown, ensuring something for everyone’s specific tastes. The business has also grown to now offer tea tasting classes, wedding and party favors, a wide selection of gift baskets, vintage and traditional teaware, and other items sure to interest any tea or honey lover. 

Company Owner, Hayley Stevens, remarked: “We are so grateful to have found a home in Saratoga Springs. This little city couldn’t be a better place for a small business to take a chance. These five years have rewarded us with wonderful relationships with our customers, local community organizations and other small businesses. We are thankful that in these uncertain times we are still able to serve our customers from a distance, but we look forward to the day when we can see all your smiles. We love and appreciate our communi-tea.” 

While Saratoga Tea & Honey Co. staff were hoping to offer an in-store celebration to ring in the 5th year of operation, they instead would like to thank customers and other small businesses tremendously for their continued support during the uncertainty of the past few months. 

Saratoga Tea & Honey Co. staff looks forward to the future of continuing to serve both locals and visitors alike, sharing their love of tea and honey, and building wonderful connections inside the store at 348 Broadway. In the meantime, they are offering curbside pickup for tea, honey, merchandise and teas to-go, and invite those interested in exploring the collection of offerings to visit their website and social media. For the month of May, they are offering specials on the Tea of the Month, Kukicha, a Japanese Green tea from Shizuoka Prefecture, and the Wellness Tea of the Month, Mother Earth, an herbal blend that supports fertility. 

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