Wawa is known for so many happy things on Earth. I have been a fan, since I first visited one outside of Philadelphia, in 2000. Just about all of their stores I’ve visited have had a strong energy, and a sense of community. Many I’ve seen have a strong sense of community and is a meeting place for locals, pals, and friends of from nearby towns of neighborhoods. The coziness is endearing. They have great coffee, but I love them for their tea.
And I love them for their hoagies, smoothies, soups, salads, sides, and of course the soft pretzels. But, their tea has evolved into something delicious. For years, I didn’t even know they carried their own teas.
I did some research about where they get their teas from, and I got nothing. Maybe that’s how it’s supposed to be. I should just enjoy their teas for what they are. No over-the-top flavors, additions, or gimmicks.
I love their green tea. Ingredients : green tea.
The added experience that it’s from Wawa, might make it taste even better. But it’s tremendous. I usually enjoy it by itself. But they have plenty of breakfast hoagies, bagels, pastries, and scrambled egg dishes to complement it with. And I’ve indulged in them all pals.
Look at that awesome selection :
At certain locations I have had their Chamomile, which is a flavor that has grown on me. The staples are there – Earl Grey, Regular Black, and Lemon. Along with the aforementioned Chamomile, you might see Decaf, Ginger Peach, among some other charming flavors. I am a big fan of the Lemon. The flavors are parallel to their iced teas. These teas are not glamorous. I don’t think Wawa intended them to be. They’re just great and that’s all you can ask for. I swear I’ve seen an Orange tea in a store somewhere.
Next time you stop into your local Wawa, give the tea a shot. It’s one of the reasons I look forward to going to their stores now, along with the sentimentality and convenient food choices. Happy sipping!