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Jolie Tea Company, Hamilton


The day we saw the coaches, we decided to explore downtown Hamilton. We ate at the Black Cow Restaurant and then we went to the tea shop next door.


Jolie Tea Company is a lovely shop located at 26 Bay Road in Hamilton. The exterior was inviting and when we entered the store we were given a free tea sample. As you can see, there were many varieties of tea to purchase.


I almost opted for the Autumn Cranberry but decided to stick with my fave, Earl Grey. I also bought a canister of Lavender Earl Grey for a friend.


The store was well merchandised, neat and clean, and very easy to navigate. Books in one area, tea canisters in another, etc.


I loved these tea towels but I wanted to buy a book so the tea towels will have to wait for another visit. Sweet, aren't they?


This is Kyra, the store manager. She was very professional and knowledgeable. She answered by many questions about the shop. The store has been open for three years. And I honestly don't know how this gem slipped by me.


There were some very pretty cups and teapots for purchase.  This display had a museum quality to it.


I could have purchased so many Christmas gifts at this shop. I know my friends would have loved it. Jolie Tea offers tea tastings and tea classes and I may sign up for one in the future.


Next time you visit Hamilton stop by Jolie Tea Company and say hi to Kyra and Liz. If you can't visit in person click here to visit their website.

Comments

Robin Larkspur said…
A charming shop! I wish we had something like that here.
I am going to visit their website right now!!
must love junk said…
Looks like such a fun shop! :)
Susan
Deb said…
I certainly will stop in there if I can. I love tea shops and never leave empty-handed. Thanks for posting about it. Deb

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