I would even go so far as to say the winter storms over the past few days only made local families and tea connoisseurs in the area MORE motivated to trek over to Rocky Mountain SereniTEA for our exciting Grand Opening celebration last week.
It warmed my heart immensely to spend so much quality time with all those who stopped by to check out the new shop. Of course, there is nothing like a freshly steeped cup of tea to thaw you out from frosty outdoor conditions, especially when that cup comes with some sweet treats like macaroons and tea cookies! Many even purchased a variety of our signature tea blends to continue the party back home.
As a new business owner in the town’s center, I could not be more grateful to live in a place that supports local businesses with such passion.
I am especially excited to continue experimenting with native herbs, roots, and plants around the Rocky Mountain area to create unique blends of tea that celebrate the local flavors and natural offerings that bloom in this special part of the world. Tea making is as much an exploration of the environment around you as it is an art form, but the hope is to always deliver a unique experience with each tasty sip.
Believe it or not, I’ve dreamed of owning a tea shop in a beautiful mountain town for a long time now. When this dream manifested itself into the opportunity to put down roots in this town I love so dearly, I didn’t hesitate for a second.
Thank you so much for being a part of the dream! Just know that Rocky Mountain SereniTEA is only getting started, and we have much more to be excited about.
With Love and Tea Leaves,
Daisy St. Pierre
Owner, Rocky Mountain SereniTEA