An impromptu stop in College Park, MD, led me to a gem I never knew existed.
I was driving around, looking for a place to grab a hot cup, and low and behold, I discover, The Board and Brew. On this quiet afternoon, I was able to take in all the wonders of this place. They have plenty of food, drinks, and of most important of all, games. And they got lots of ’em.
I know this is a blog about tea, and that was purchased, but I must say, this is a place I wish I had near me when I was in college. I’d have hung out here frequently and gladly overstay my welcome. There’s so much that’s relatable in here, from the cozy seats, the simple menu, and most of all, it’s staff. The girl working today was very helpful in suggesting to me me…
…I’ve had Rishi Tea several times before, but not in this setting. And it added to the charm. The Jade Cloud was recommended to me over any of the teas in their collection, green or otherwise. And the advice was spot on.
The tea had just the right amount of subtle, bitter flavor, that I have liked from my greens.
I savored this in a peaceful setting. I usually drink my tea at home or on to go, so to relax with my cup and enjoy a new change of scenery, only enhanced this experience.
And how cool is the packaging? It was as smooth to open as anything. And the way the bag is shaped? You can hear the leaves shaking on the inside. This is authenticity.
I had my cup with a white macadamia cookie and it hit the spot.
Posted below are images from one of the cooler places I’ve been to in sometime. I love it when it’s natural, genuine,and organic. Just like the tea.
If you want to feel like a kid or just do something different than the typical bar scene, I strongly recommend this place. I know many establishments have game nights, or have them available to play, but not like this. Here, they go all out. I would love to make a night out of this. Who wants in? And of course try some more Rishi Tea! (And other delicacies they’re serving.) A more in depth recap of their teas will be forthcoming.
Thanks so much.
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