Mi Tea is actually a direct import from Hangzhou, making it a pretty big deal that we get a location in the 305. Located in the new-ish I Fresh Market complex (an excellent Chinese supermarket), this tea shop focuses on high-quality Chinese and Taiwanese teas made into refreshing drinks. This is the place where you can get whole-leaf Wuyi mountain Oolong brewed and iced to order, or you can enjoy an iced matcha or a smokey Pu’er. Mi Tea is famous for its Himalayan salted cheese foam that (optionally) caps each tea drink like a thick, savory blanket, but you can also ask to try a little first if you’re new to it. If you’re not into traditional Chinese teas, Mi Tea also offers some fruity options, like peach Oolong and red dragon fruit.
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