Art of Tea is an award-winning tea company looking to make an impact through the highest quality teas and botanicals. Art of Tea is on a mission to impact as many lives as possible by providing healthy, delicious, and sustainable tea blends to restaurants, cafes, spas, hotels, and directly to consumers through an e-commerce store. Since its inception in 2004, Art of Tea has become a leading purveyor of organic and specialty teas using ingredients rooted in Ayurveda. All Art of Tea products are hand-blended, made-to-order, and designed to help bring you grounding moments of peace, serenity, and joy.
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A top-notch tea program can play a role in various experiences, allowing hotels to stand out from the competition and create a distinct identity. Tea can be utilized in different ways throughout a property, from being the star of the show at an Afternoon Tea service, a complement to spa treatments, a key ingredient in cooking or mixologist classes, a component of wellness treatments, and an in-room amenity that can provide a sense of warmth and comfort to travelers during their stay.
To have a flourishing program, employees need to have the right tools, training, and understanding of how to brew, hold and serve the wonderful tea you took the time to source.
Read on for a few quick and easy tips to help you seamlessly launch and expand your tea program so your customers fall in love and ask for more.
Enhance the guest experience by offering premium, delicious teas to elevate their experience and have them raving about you for years to come. Investing in high-quality products is essential to customer satisfaction and retention; every product you serve matters. Ensure that your tea program reflects your overall brand ethos, and add Art of Tea to your menu today.
If you’re running a tea program and trying to boost your bottom line, how do you get more tea lovers to come? After years of working with amazing clients, we’ve learned a few powerful strategies to bring tremendous results and more happy tea lovers to your establishment.
Read on for four of our favorites!
All tea (white, green, oolong, black, and pu-erh) comes from the same plant — Camellia sinensis. All teas start as fresh green leaves before being processed into a specific tea type. It is the cultivated and processed leaves of this plant that creates the second most consumed beverage in the world.