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Phoenix Pearl Tea Tavern sells both loose-leaf tea and tea by the cup. You'll find tea, herbs, and spices imported from over 20 countries, and blends produced on premises under the Made in Montana program. You can have your tea hot, iced, or...more
I don't visit RED LODGE with out a visit in RED LODGE BOOKS AND TEA! I'm always thirsty when shopping and Gary can always find the perfect TEA solution! Very eclectic book store and the staff provides local history and ambiance! Love this place!
Date of experience: March 2016
Gary R, Owner at Red Lodge Books and Tea, responded to this reviewResponded 7 March 2016
Thank you, Dar! I know I'm old, but I didn't realize I was local history ;)
Although I can't seem to get out of here without dropping $20, I love this place. Great tea, great games, great books - including terrific local history and local author sections. I can't vouch for the tobacco products. What a small town bookstore should be.
Date of experience: February 2016
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Gary R, Owner at Red Lodge Books and Tea, responded to this reviewResponded 18 February 2016
Thank you for the kind words, and as for dropping $20 every time you visit, it's okay. We really don't mind! See you next time!
Traveled specifically to Red Lodge Books and Tea from Billings which was only an hour drive. Staff was very knowledgable on the hundred or so teas they have on hand. We had the blooming oolong tea. And bought quite a few different flavors of the...More
What a wonderful, inviting shop. Lots of books, many by local and regional authors. There is a lovely children's section plus the tea shop at the back of the store is worth sampling. Thank you to the staff for answering our children's questions and for...More
We sampled three kinds of tea that were excellent, some were the owner's own blends! We were served by the owner, Gary Robeson and his wife, Kathy. They could not have been nicer and told us about the blends we had chosen. We, also, tried...More
We met the owner, also children's book writer and had a great time speaking about the area and his travels to Scotland ( where we used to live). It was great to see his books were sold I the store at the Glacier National Park....More
Can't comment on the books but if you like tea this is worth the stop. Has 150 different types of loose tea which they sell or prepare hot or cold. The person waiting on us was knowledgeable about teas and took time to let us...More