The Wanderer's Teahouse Opens On Grand River Ave. in East Lansing

After opening in September, the new Wanderer's Teahouse and Cafe in East 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:

At 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 Wanderer's Teahouse. 

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.

This 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.

Read the entire article here.
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