Culture of healthy life, going to the gym and taking yoga classes require something as a good cup of tea at the end of the day. Check out our recommendations for The Best Tea in Belgrade:
Bubble Tea Boom
This is the first shop of this kind in Belgrade. Bubble teas fall under two categories: teas (without milk) and milk teas. Both varieties come with a choice of black, green, or oolong tea, and come in many flavors (both fruit and non-fruit). Milk teas include either condensed milk, powdered milk, or fresh milk. They can offer non-dairy creamer options as well. In addition, many shops like this sell Asian style smoothies, which include a dairy base and either fresh fruit or fruit-flavored powder (but no tea). Now, there are hot versions available at most shops as well. Recipes contain tea of some kind, flavors of milk, as well as sugar (optional). Toppings, such as chewy tapioca balls (also known as pearls, or boba), popping boba, fruit jelly, grass jelly, agar jelly, and puddings are often added. Ice-blended versions are frozen and put into a blender, resulting in a slushy consistency. If you didn’t try this type of tea, than this is the perfect place for sure!
Salon de The
Welcome to the first tea salon in Belgrade! Salon de The was born out of love and totally dedicated to the enjoyment of the tea.
They made an effort to make a comfortable, cozy place where you will be able to relax, and enjoy the forgotten sound of vinyl, taste carefully selected cakes and tea scent with irresistible combinations. All teas will be served to you in a completely unique way in various accessories, giving you the opportunity to feel the magic of tea. Tea is a little piece of art and requires skillful hands. Alone or in the company of loved ones and pets, you’ll enjoy a smoke-free area, chatting moments in peace, leafing through a book that are on the book shells o the shop. The Salon de The you choose gifts, buy tea or organize your own “Tea Party” gathering. They are in love with tea, like it for many reasons. Allow them to share that passion with you.
Coffee Tea & Sympathy
A special place for lovers of relaxed atmosphere. Interesting interior, painted with colorful tones create a positive atmosphere and a very friendly and welcoming venue. Only when you sit back begins a real pleasure. Professional bartenders are responsible for your smiling face, and each cup of tea is hiding the highest quality ingredients. At this point you have the opportunity to taste freshly squeezed juices that are more than just pressed fruits. Wide range of primarily exotic teas (and other hot and cold beverages, with several types of pottage, sandwiches, pastas, salads, ice cream and other sweet and savory challenges for those who do not drink tea like that, and on an empty stomach, extremely pleasant staff, spacious and colorful and even humorously designed environment, and there is a pleasant terrace in the shade overlooking the landscape of Belgrade. The offer is diverse, but first and foremost we recommend some excellent teas, which come in eye catching, spectacular teapots.
In 2003., Belgrade’s first tea house was opened in 47 Milesevska street, in Vracar district. It stood out as an oasis for all tea-lovers and healthy-lifestyle supporters, as the only place where you could sit down for a drink and conversation that didn’t allow smoking. Sixteen years later, the tradition continues, and they build the reputation and confirmed important address for those who love tea on a slightly higher level. In the minimalist and consequential equipped interior you can buy and consume teas. The offer of teas and their flavors from the “Kuca Caja” become an axiom for well known item on the menu of many cafes and restaurants around the Belgrade. You wont make a mistake if you come here just for a cup of your favorite beverage.
Under the charming slogan “Friends, tea and cookies” Cajnik (Translation: teapot) tea house is opened. It is located within the bookstore Apropo in Cara Lazara Street in Belgrade. They offer more than 35 types of tea such as black tea in a cup capped with Dutch waffles or tea from grandma’s garden with pieces of the apples. In addition to the tea, they also offer different types of coffee and cocoa, as well as handmade cookies. Although small, the shop extends over two levels, and the interior is charmingly decorated.