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Z and I have made it a goal to experience more of Baltimore. Whether it’s trying out a new restaurant, attending a festival or performance, or simply stopping in a shop we’ve never been in. There’s so much of this city which we have yet to explore!

Our most recent “experience Baltimore” excursion was to Teavolve. It is a café/lounge/restaurant in Harbor East. Teavolve Cafe & Lounge on UrbanspoonDespite being there for years, and passing it each and every day, I have never once stopped in.Teavolve Harbor East

Z and I had a run on the agenda so I specifically planned out a 4 mile route around the harbor and back which would have us ending at Teavolve.

K and Z on harbor run

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. At first I thought it was a coffee shop-esque type of establishment, but quickly realized it was much more.

Teavolve Lounge and Cafe

Teavolve not only offers tea (of course) but a selection of breakfast, lunch and dinner options as well.

Teavolve Breakfast Menu

We were just there for the drinks, so we went right up to the bar and placed our order. I wanted something cool and caffeinated (and within the realm of my Low FODMAP rules). Our server recommended one of their “freshly infused iced teas.” It sounded good, but what sold me where the flavor options:

Teavolved Loof Leaf Teas

In the end I chose the lime blossom iced green tea and it hit the spot. Light, refreshing, with a noticeable hint of lime.

As you can see, I loved it so much I felt it worth of an Instagram post when we got home…K instagram lime green tea

Z was craving a blended drink and ultimately went with a spiced chai, a thick tea shake. I took a taste and wow was it good.

green iced tea and blended spiced chai from teavolve harbor east

There were lots of other amazing sounding beverages as well including lattes, fruitea smoothies (fruit puree and green tea), house-made sparkling green teas, and signature drinks with names like “Mango-Matcha Madness” and “Chocoholics Hot Chocolate.”

I’m so glad that we stopped in and got to experience another Fells Point gem. Z and I are already planning on a date night here to see if the food’s as good as the tea. Stay tuned!

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