Elmwood Inn

Elmwood Inn Fine Teas sprang from the success of the Elmwood Inn Tea Room in Perryville, Kentucky. Over its 14 years of existence, Elmwood Inn developed an international reputation as one of America’s favorite locations for a traditional afternoon tea. In 2000, the tea room became the first American venue to be included in the prestigious GUIDE TO BEST TEA PLACES, published annually by The Guild of British Tea Rooms. The original tea room closed in July 2004 to allow the company to focus exclusively on their wholesale tea and publishing business.

You can read more about Elmwood Inn Fine Teas at www.ElmwoodInn.com.

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Elmwood Inn Black Currant

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: David David's review:
"A rich tasting black tea that has no bitterness, paired with a subtle but authentic-tasting black currant flavoring... currently my favorite black currant."
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