Friday, November 2, 2012

New Chicago French Market Vendor, Bello Tea

The Chicago French Market is pleased to welcome its newest vendor, Bello Tea . Bello Tea offers 90 different types of teas and herbals. In addition to loose leaf teas, Bello Tea offers hot and ice teas, bubble teas, Matcha Green Teas and Limeades. In response to the growing interest, Bello Tea also provides Tea Tasting and Tea Education classes for its patrons, as well as a wide range of tea accessories for purchase.

Sporting the motto, "Life is Good, Enjoy Your Tea…™", it is no wonder that many consider Bello Tea their one stop shop for all things tea related. Bello Tea's mission has been to serve, help and educate their customers in discovering the beautiful world of tea. Find Bello Tea at the Chicago French Market this November.
Owner Tammy Reedy started the business in 2009, and she developed strong roots from growing up in Bangkok, Thailand where tea was a major fixture. What first began as selling tea in Western Suburban French Markets led to her first permanent location in Downers Grove in December 2009.
The Chicago French Market is pleased to welcome its newest vendor, Bello Tea. Bello Tea offers 90 different types of teas and herbals. In addition to loose leaf teas, Bello Tea offers hot and ice teas, bubble teas, Matcha Green Teas and Limeades. In response to the growing interest, Bello Tea also provides Tea Tasting and Tea Education classes for its patrons, as well as a wide range of tea accessories for purchase. 

Sporting the motto, "Life is Good, Enjoy Your Tea…™", it is no wonder that many consider Bello Tea their one stop shop for all things tea related. Bello Tea's mission has been to serve, help and educate their customers in discovering the beautiful world of tea.

Owner Tammy Reedy started the business in 2009, and she developed strong roots from growing up in Bangkok, Thailand where tea was a major fixture. What first began as selling tea in Western Suburban French Markets led to her first permanent location in Downers Grove in December 2009.
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