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Gilly Brew Bar is bringing its signature elixirs to Castleberry Hill

The Stone Mountain coffee shop plans to open a second location in Castleberry hill with traditional coffee drinks, coffee and tea-based elixirs, baked goods, and more.

Brooklyn Tea expands to Atlanta, with a Castleberry Hill shop set to open this spring

With a casual, industrial vibe, New York-based Brooklyn Tea will sell loose-leaf teas, plus hot and iced tea drinks and vegan pastries.

Find “Shroom Brews” and “Radiant Lattes” at Eleven TLC, coming to Ponce City Market

Eleven TLC will open at Ponce City Market's food hall around Thanksgiving, offering tinctures, “lattes with benefits,” effervescent teas, and vegan soft serve designed with wellness in mind.
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How to make a proper cup of chai

“Chai tea lattes” served at corporate coffee shops differ from a proper cup of chai. In fact, the term “chai tea” is redundant; chai itself is a tea blend.

Sandy Springs-based Drogo Coffee embraces its geeky side

Barrie Sanders developed the coffee program at Sandy Springs video game bar Battle and Brew. Now, she's taking her nerd-themed coffees and teas out to events and markets across Atlanta.

Anna Russ left a career in oncology research to start a holistic tea company: Teaney

Part-time Atlantan Anna Russ left a corporate job in oncology research to focus on Ayurvedic medicine, including a line of holistic teas: Teaney. The easy-to-make teas (they require no steeping, just mixing in milk or water) have already amassed a fan base in Atlanta.
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The Christiane Chronicles: When it comes to scissors, Korean restaurants have it right

Scissors can slice, trim, or neaten up pretty much anything, yet outside of Korean restaurants, you rarely see them in the dining room. Why? Plus: The problem with tea at Chinese restaurants.

Asha Gomez is closing Spice to Table to focus on tea

February 24 will be Spice to Table’s last day in operation. We talked to Gomez why she's shutting down, the difficulties of being a restaurateur, and about her new line of teas and spices, DYAD.

You need this Café Vendôme baguette in your life

Owner Hamid Rouchdi, who previously lived in Morocco and France, missed traditional French pastries and cafe culture. So he decided to fill the void himself.
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For rent: Vintage china, perfect for a tea party

“Even when you’re poor in England, you still have a tea set,” says Marietta resident Vanessa Gilbreath. “No one here was using real china. I figured that I knew how to do this, so why not give it a go?”

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