Any good teashops in Madrid

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Any good teashops in Madrid

by Herb_Master » Feb 25th, '11, 19:09

It seems I may end up in Madrid for a few days in early april,whilst my girlfriend is attending a Quality conference, I will have four days to myself while she is 'working'.

Are there any good tea locations to be recommended?

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Re: Any good teashops in Madrid

by exquisite » Feb 25th, '11, 20:08

None that I know of ,and I searched pretty well for an entire month.
Well, it depends on what you call decent, and what to what teas especially
would you have in mind. Decent japanese greens for example are almost inexistent to public access. Barcelona though would have been another story.
PS: don´t waste your time in Madrid too much, there are nearby places much more interesting, especially this time of year. (Toledo, Segovia, Aranjuez,..)

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Re: Any good teashops in Madrid

by Herb_Master » Feb 26th, '11, 04:43

I like Segovia, also Salamanca, Zamora, Toro, and Aranda (previous wine tasting tour :D )

I will be going to Avila and Segovia on a non conference day.
Also hope to do a day walking in the Sierra de Gredos.

I want to visit Toledo, had not thought of Aranjuez 8)

I will be in big trouble if I am not back the very second that her conference ends :P

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