There's always time for tea.

Did you know January is National Hot Tea Month? We'll help you celebrate. 

You can always make tea at home, but why go through the effort when there are so many places to order tea in Gwinnett?

If you don't know where to start, no worries. We're here to tell you all about the best cafes, bakeries, and restaurants that'll serve you a proper pot of tea. (Did you read that in an English accent? Because that's how we wrote it.)


1. Becca's Well

This tea house and market is the perfect place to peruse a selection of exotic loose-leaf teas. At Becca's Well, you can take pre-packaged tea home or have them brew a pot in the store to enjoy with friends. 


2. Ivy Tea House

Ivy Tea House is not currently accepting reservations, BUT don't let that stop you from shopping for their tea, available for pick up and shipping. Flavors like jasmine chai green and chunky chocolate berry await you.


3. 45 South Cafe & Coffee House

Located in downtown Norcross, 45 South serves up Chai and Macha Tea Lattes, as well as a variety of Tazo tea flavors. 


4. Cafe Rothem

Cafe Rothem provides a cozy atmosphere to snuggle up and savor a strong cuppa. Try the citron tea or green plum ginger, both served hot or iced.


5. Nancy's Candy & Spice

If you're looking for loose-leaf tea to brew at home, you can't miss Nancy's Candy & Spice. In addition to the typical flavors, Nancy's offers countless uncommon flavors, like green caramel tea and farmers market kettle corn tea.


6. Bubble Tea Galore

Boba tea's popularity is booming, and there are numerous places you can grab it in Gwinnett. So many, in fact, we made a separate post about it.

There are so many other places you can celebrate National Hot Tea Month, but this should get you started. What are some of your favorite places for a cup of tea?