|Satori Tea Bar street sign.|
|Demi Tea plate with savories and scone|
The South Bay Ladies’ Tea Guild recently enjoyed the Demi Tea there. One of the group had a food allergy to nuts, peanuts and sesame, and Victoria re-worked the menu to make it nut-free. The Guild ladies were also happy to discover that the pots of tea are served already brewed, with the tea decanted into a second, warmed teapot rather than left to sit on the tea leaves. This is a big improvement in tea service, because it ensures that the tea doesn’t over-steep and grow bitter, and Satori Tea Bar is possibly the only tea parlor in San Jose that does this!
|You can choose any of these teas!|
The Guild ladies enjoyed a selection of teas, including Earl Grey Creme black tea, Kyoto Cherry Green tea, a Pineapple Mango black tea and a Strawberry Red Tea blend. The food was served on a three-tiered server. The raisin scones were served warm and were lovely with the locally-made cranberry preserves, clotted cream and honey. The sandwiches and savories included cucumber and cream cheese, goat cheese and arugula, and egg salad sandwiches, and a peppery ham and cheese pasty. The Guild ladies were served personally by the owner, who was attentive and cheerful.
Satori Tea Bar is an artistic, stylish shop decorated with a combination of modern art and antiques, that creates a welcoming atmosphere for all tea lovers. It is a place where young and old, male and female can come to enjoy a cup or pot of great tea, without being surrounded by lace and ruffles, and yet still experience elegant things.
Satori Tea will be hosting an event called Madhattress Holiday Teafest on Wednesday, December 15th at 8 p.m. Click here for more information and to register. You can also call (408) 292-1502 or e-mail email@example.com.
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