|Cuisine Type |||Coffee Shop|
|Ambiance |||Offbeat, Casual, Trendy|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Teas|
|Amenities |||Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Cross Street |||Cordova between Howe and Burrard|
|Weekdays 7AM to 6PM, Saturday 10AM to 6PM and Sunday 12PM to 6PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 06, 2008
The Muzi Tea House calls itself a sanctuary where tea lovers can come and enjoy a cup of some of the best tea blends on the market today. Once called Infuze, before the named was changed to Muzi, the company started a new phenomenon in tea with its famed Matcha green tea powder. Finely ground from premium green tea leaf, Matcha’s popularity instantly spread like wildfire across North America as others began using it in chocolates, lattes and a whole host of other food products.
Creative Tea Infusions
The teahouse itself was built to give guests an opportunity to get the tea straight from the source. The standards in tea are all available, including Earl Grey and Orange Pekoe, but Muzi also likes to take a few chances offering tea infusions and creating interesting and innovative tea beverages. Of course, the source teas are only the best of the best carefully selected premium loose-leaf teas from around the world. A selection of Panini sandwiches, wraps and baked goods are also available.
Comfort and Style
The décor inside Muzi is best described as modern Scandinavian – a funky and eclectic mix of comfort and style. Expect lots of white with splashes of colour throughout. There are bar stools, bench seating and tea actually acts as wallpaper inside the tea house, offering patrons an opportunity to sniff the different flavours around the room. Bringing the product out of the home and into the teahouse, Muzi has begun a revolution in tea and it’s a movement that may be worth joining.