After opening in September, the new Wanderer's Teahouse and Cafe
Lansing held its grand opening last week. Located at 547 E. Grand
River Ave., the shop offers a range of teas as well as gluten-free
sweets and sandwiches.
According to excerpts from the article:
the beginning of September, Elizabeth Marazita and her husband of eight
years, Michael Spano — like Marazita, he's a globe-trotting master
herbalist certified in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) who has
trekked the jungles of South America and the streets of Beijing — opened
The overriding theme of Wanderer's is exploration, intellectual as much
as physical. Through the front doors, visitors first encounter a tea bar
where long vials of tea stand in a rack, lining the front counter.
is a space, Marazita says, for the curious to learn more about tea by
touching, tasting, smelling and seeing assorted tea leaves. Accompanying
the sensuous experience is a printout of types of teas detailing health
benefits and suggesting blends.
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