They serve Indigenous teas and botanical tea sodas, foraged right here in B.C. Operated by a mother-daughter duo from the Squamish Nation. You won’t be disappointed when you taste the delicious sodas made with love, featuring the following flavours – Lavender Ginger, Rose Lemonade, Dandelion Burdock and Hibiscus.
It was a rainy day, so my coworkers and I decided to stop by for some tea and coffee before going back to work.
The shop has a long communal table and some more seats near the front.
I love the iconic Gastown brick walls. I can imagine a lot of selfies being taken in this shop.
They have a variety of their own blends of teas available for purchase as loose leaf or as a tea.
They also sell some pretty cute air plants and cactuses.
Their menu is mostly all drinks except for a few dishes.
Elderberry Green Tea has Organic Mao Jian Green Tea with Elder Berries. If you are into teas that aren’t too flowery or smell sweet, this is a good option.
Goliath Coffee is made with an Espro Press and it does take a little bit of time to get ready.
Goliath Coffee – Cameroon Boyo is a lighter roast. It came piping hot, so I had to wait a little while before drinking it.
They have a little station to add any sugar or milk to it.
If you want to try something a little bit different, give The Capilano Teahouse a try. It’s a great space to hang out with friends and catch up too.
We Rate The Capilano Teahouse:
Address: 221 Abbott Street, Vancouver