Was just in Burlington VT and went to Dobra Tea. It is in a nice section of town, off church street, which is blocked off for pedestrian traffic and populated with small stores, restaurants and bars. Basically, a "hip" section of Burlington. (Of course, using the word "hip" means I am completely un-whatever hip is)
They have a multi page tea menu, broken down by region, with nice notes and pictures. Being a fan of pu'erh, I wanted to see what they had. They have a few teas, unlabeled by factory and recipe, and on inquiry, about 1-2 years old. I had a loose leaf shu that was pleasant, a fine example of a decent modern shu. It was $3.50, which is decent price for a beautiful place to sit and enjoy multiple infusions with the little set in the picture.
I liked the oriental carpets on the floor, and the comfortable chairs and glass topped table.
Overall, a very nice place, big variety of teas, nice staff, a welcome spot to sit and enjoy a leisurely session of tea indulgence.