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6 Ways to Celebrate National Hot Tea Month

There's always time for tea.

January is National Hot Tea Month. Which makes total sense in these colder winter days (minus the unexpected mild weather we've had this week). You can always make tea at home, but why go through the effort when there are so many places to get 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 up a proper pot of tea. (Did you read that in a British accent? Because that's how we wrote it.)

We know it's Hot Tea Month, but there's some great cold teas too, so here ya go.

45 South Cafe & Coffee House. Located in downtown Norcross, 45 South is serving up Macha Tea Lattes and chai black tea with cinnamon and nutmeg.

Jazen Tea. "Refreshingly good" is their slogan, and they've got that right. Jazen Tea offers a number of fruit teas, all complete with fruit bits. They also have milk teas, with flavors like jasmine milk tea with honey boba and red bean.

Sweet Hut Bakery & Cafe. Sweet Hut is another great spot for a spot of tea (ha!). They're brewing up everything from milk teas to oriental tea pop to energetic health boost teas and traditional oriental teas.

Rustic Couch. The inside of this place is just cool. And, of course, Rustic Couch has got a variety of beverages on their menu. Try their honey dew milk tea or flavored teas, like passion fruit, rose or pomegranate.

Kung Fu Tea. Try some classic tea at Kung Fu Tea in Duluth. Order oolong, winter melon or honey green tea. We'd also recommend the Oreo milk tea. Or really anything with Oreos in it.

Tree Story Bakery & Cafe. One of our favorite hot teas is the citron tea from Tree Story Bakery & Cafe. They also offer bubble tea.

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? Comment below!