Tea as tradition

Aimed at preserving Vietnam’s traditional tea drinking culture, Tea Corner was opened by an overseas Vietnamese and brings different types of tea to people in Hanoi.

on July 06,2018 02:51 PM

Tea as tradition

The difference between the tea here and at other tea houses is the tea cocktail, a unique combination of tea, wine and fruit juice. Other favourite teas are rose tea, daisy tea and Shan Tuyết tea, which is processed from tea leaves from a 500-year-old tree in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai. With carved wooden furniture typical of a traditional tea room, it’s a peaceful spot to slowly sip on a hot cup. Cigars and shisha are also available, as are everything needed for making a great brew. On weekends are live shows of traditional Vietnamese music, jazz and blues. It’s also something of a haunt for Vietnamese artists and celebrities. Prices starts from VND 40,000 for a pot of tea.

Tea Corner

43, Alley 135, Doi Can, Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi

Tel: 0909 831 111

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