Ku Cha, House Of Tea was a stop in Denver, summer of 2021. I was traveling for a wedding with my wife, and anytime we go to a new place, I have to check out the local tea establishments! Ku Cha, House Of Tea was not a disappointment.
This tea house wasn’t exactly what I was expecting when we went in. The experience turned out to be more unique than anticipated. It changed from one location to another, which is something I enjoyed. It had more of a focus on purchasing tea than a tea house where you have a food experience, such as at The Village Tea House.
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The Ambience of Ku Cha, House Of Tea
For any tea lover, you instantly enter into a blissful state when you walk into Ku Cha, House Of Tea. My wife and I visited their Cherry Creek and Boulder location. The first thing you see at the Cherry Creek location is the walls filled with countless different teas. Although these are primarily Chinese-based teas, there were also Japanese-based teas and others.
Product And Experience
Ku Cha has a range of other products, including excellent tea pets, tea canisters, ceramics, and lots more. One of my favorite parts is that they support local artists by selling their tea pottery! Their highly trained staff improved the experience because I could ask questions and receive the type of detail I would want from a tea description.
Ku Cha, House Of Tea also has a tea bar to order individual teas or mix tea drinks. On day one, I had a chai oat milk bubble tea, which was delightful. On the second visit, I ordered an iced Gyokuro, which was perfect because it was super hot in Boulder! At the Boulder location, I also loved that there was a back patio area, decorated for peace and relaxation. It was almost meditative.
If you are in Denver, this tea house should be on your list. For any beginner or advanced tea lover, the experience will surely deliver.
In this post, you have learned about Ku Cha, House Of Tea.