Remedy Teas

(206) 323-4832 | View Website

345 15th Ave E Ste 103, Seattle, WA | Directions   98112

47.621779 -122.312865

Open Hours

Open 7am-11pm; daily.

 
Tea, $, Cheap Eats  more

More Tags: Hidden Find

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Categories: Restaurants

Neighborhoods: Broadway, Capitol Hill

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Remedy Teas
Menu
Organic tea hot or iced, Matcha Green Tea Latte, Yerba Mate Latte, Black Tea Latte, Black Tea Chai Latte, Yerba Mate Chai Latte, Rooibos Chai Latte, Pure Rooibos Latte, Rooibos Caramel Latte, Black Tea Mocha Latte... more

Reviews for Remedy Teas

Recommends

Though I will never, ever tire of coffee, I appreciate the vast variety of tea and its relaxing properties. A soothing spot just off 15th.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

tea service for the hippest little seattleites! – This is a wonderful place. The tea and tea sandwiches are delicious. The owners are friendly and unpretentious, and welcoming to children as well. There's a nook with toys and children's books, and they do a full tea service for kids-- kids' tea, PB&J tea sandwiches, fruit, etc. Adorable.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Remedy Teas is the remedy! – 150 beautiful organic teas! So many teas and not enough time. Personally I love their Matcha latte'. For all those green tea lovers out there, if you haven't tried Matcha you are missing out. It is green tea ground into a fine powder and blended with milk or water...so good with soy and a little sweetener. And the Remedy Cafe does not stop at teas.

They have amazing baked goods, Mighty-O's and Wheat -Free treats. Have I mentioned the Remedy Salad and the many tea sandwiches? You've got to try their "Apple-Pie Sandwich", imagine cheddar cheese, green apples, and cinnamon all melted together between cinnamon toast...crazy good! And for those Vegans, yes they can make it Vegan and still delicious.

A great place to bring the laptop and zen out. And for date nights they have a liquor license and are not afraid to add tea to the alcohol.

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5.0
over a year ago

I go there for the cold-pressed coffee - to die for. – A small quaint neighborhood stop by the local Cap Hillites. This new coffee/tea shop differs from the other local shops (well known Victrola & Ladro) by having a more bright & clean ambiance. The service is drastically superior to the aforementioned shops, as well as the music (and noise level as a whole).

The tea selection is obviously amazing, but that is their flagship product and thus does not deserve a comparison to other local coffee shops. I am an avid coffee drinker & I have tried every store here in Seattle. They cold-brew their coffee (slow overnight process only using cold water), which comes at a slightly higher price ($3 at time of posting) but I will easily pay that price due to its taste. Very smooth and nutty flavor with very low acid.

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5.0
over a year ago

Golden Find! More relaxing than a coffee shop – This place is so cool. My friend and I got large amount of tea and chatted for ever here. Anthony the owner helped me choose a white tea and totaly knew his stuff. The set up is unexpectedly cool from the building it's in. You could almost miss it. I parked on 15th and it was simple to find. I promise you won't be disapointed here.

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5.0
over a year ago

refreshing! – Great! Knowledgable, friendly staff. Great selection of interesting teas. Tea samples on a lazy susan! Refreshing, modern, clean, and cozy. Perfect little snacks! They also have a nifty li'l retail section.

It is such a nice departure from the buzzy, banging, bustling, noisy atmosphere of the typical coffee shop. Refreshing! Try it!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Amazing tea selection, great ambiance and staff are super friendly – First of all, the map service is wrong and will send you to 14th and John - this is 15th and Harrison. Just had to say that because we got lost (should've written down the address, duh). But this place is amazing, great for groups and a very fun atmosphere.

The Staff:

The owner and staff are very friendly, helped us with tea selections, etc. They gave us milk and extra cups when we asked.

The Ambiance/Crowd:

It was low-key but fun, lovely green paint with earthy electronic background music and nice lighting. They have lots of tables plus a really fun low table with big white cushion-chairs that they call marshmellows. This is great for a group like we had, plus we all shared tea quite easily. In this area you'll find interesting books and magazines as well.

The Teas and Food:

150 organic teas - if you are an organic gourmet, you know this is pretty stunning. To find 150 is a big number for organic teas and most places merely mix in a few blends so they get the organic name. The teas are excellent, they have the usual selection plus a lot of unusual blends like #62 Black Satin - a black tea with a caramel flavor, our favorite of the evening. They have a great Macarina bakery "Budapest tea bread" that is slightly sweet, plus vegan treats, salads, cookies, etc.

They have organic wines, beers and tea infused cocktails. I wasn't drinking that night (sadly, because an Earl Grey mimosa called to me). They also have a nice selection of tea related gifts, like strainers, cups, kettles and even tea incense. All of it is classy and attractive. I saw some kids toys as well, so I think it could be good for kids during the day.

Highly recommended!

Recommends
over a year ago

Brilliantly painted in tea green, this Capitol Hill cafe offers more than 150 organic teas, botanicals and blends. – In Short
Patrons should look to the north wall when they enter--there's a long line of numbered vials offering varieties of white, green, oolong, black, puerh, mate and herbal teas to see and smell, helping along the almost overwhelming decision of which to try. The room is modern, with polished concrete floors and low-slung benches and seats. Chai and matcha green tea lattes and smoothies are offered, along with a selection of sandwiches and sweets.

 

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