New Artwork Displayed Starting January 12th
We are happy to announce two new artists donning our walls. Their
display will be up for 2 months.
If you known anyone who would like to display their artwork, have
them contact Matthew at ShortAndStoutTea@nullgmail.com or have them stop
into the shop.
Our Tea Talk Schedule for 2015 is Published!
The following are dates for our Tea Talk. The fee is $3 and each
session typically lasts an hour which includes a tasting of selected
teas. Reservation recommended.
Tuesday, January 13th at 6pm – What is Tea?
Tuesday, February 10th at 6pm – What isn’t Tea?
Tuesday, March 10th at 6pm – Cooking with Tea
Introducing in 2015, “Tea Lab” which are interactive and experimental
sessions on various topics on teas. Reserve your seat for $3.
Monday, January 17th at 10am – What are Breakfast Blends and how are
Tuesday, February 24th at 6pm – Why fuss with water temperature?
Tuesday, March 24th at 6pm – Different styles of infusers: Do they
affect the taste of tea?
January is Hot Tea Month
We are celebrating Hot Tea Month with discounted
pots of tea served in house.
Two Cup Pot for Two Bucks
Four Cup Pot for Four Bucks
Additional fee will be applied for Rare and Master Blends.
Short and Stout Activities
We will be at the Spinning Room in Altamont on Sunday the 11th at 2pm
for an Annual Downton Abbey Event. We will be doing a Tea Talk and
Looking for answers regarding love in the New Year? Angela Kaufman
your 21st Century Relationship Psychic will be doing private
Intuitive Attraction Readings at Short and Stout on Saturday 1/17
from 10:00 to 12:00. Contact her at email@example.com or
Short and Stout Tea Blog
Our newest blog entry is “Four Teas That Aren’t Teas At All”. You can
find this and all our articles at www.ShortAndStoutTea.com/blog – http://www.ShortAndStoutTea.com/blog .
New Year’s Resolution
My New Year’s Resolution is going to be to get this newsletter out by
the 5th of every month. Email me at ShortAndStoutTea@nullgmail.com to sign and and find out how I do.
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