Tea in Las Vegas


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Tea in Las Vegas

Postby SlientSipper » May 15th, '11, 19:09

In this thread,
I shall show you where to find the tea stores in Las Vegas NV.
Amongst all the gambling and bars that never close.
You wouldn't think to find any tea in this desert.
but, I'm here to show you the few places that do.

Starting with.

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Its got a wide variety of Chinese tea. Service is a bit rude but, the folks are okay and the price is nice.


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Maybe I'll add more in bit.
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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby Chimpie » May 15th, '11, 19:58

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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby SlientSipper » May 15th, '11, 20:00

Chimpie wrote::?

yeah I probably need a better way to link this or something huh.

well China town.

And Spring Mountain and Jones of Las vegas right next to cafe Mocha.

sorry if this thread is incoherent.
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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby debunix » May 15th, '11, 21:08

I work a few days in Las Vegas quite frequently, but haven't been to Chinatown yet. I should check it out next trip.

Do you have any particular stores to recommend in Chinatown? And are any of them open evenings? They keep me pretty busy 8-5....
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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby Chimpie » May 15th, '11, 21:49

SlientSipper wrote:
Chimpie wrote::?

yeah I probably need a better way to link this or something huh.

well China town.

And Spring Mountain and Jones of Las vegas right next to cafe Mocha.

sorry if this thread is incoherent.


No worries, will be in Vegas soon and will look them up!
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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby Alanoyes » May 15th, '11, 22:01

Sweet. I live in Vegas and have been wondering if there were any tea shops besides Teavana here. Thanks.
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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby SlientSipper » May 16th, '11, 01:16

Alanoyes wrote:Sweet. I live in Vegas and have been wondering if there were any tea shops besides Teavana here. Thanks.



Chou Chu City (its a store) in China town has tea

99 Ranch sells some loose leaf teas as well.

T&T is right next to 99ranch in China town.


Gingsing Plus which is a little ways away from China town but, still awesome. Greatest prices in Vegas. if you ask me.

They all close at like 6pm last I heard or I thinks...
Oh and there's a hidden tea lounge on the Las Vegas strip.
fantastic view. there.
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Re: Tea in Las Vegas

Postby Alanoyes » May 16th, '11, 16:45

Thanks. I'll be sure to check out these places when I start running low on tea.
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