A Visit to Jardin Tea inside Uwajimaya

 

Time for tea! Left is the Pink Milk Tea and on the right is the Lavender Chai Latte with Oat Milk. 


To start off the Memorial Day weekend right, I headed to Uwajimaya in the I.D to Jardin Tea's soft open. Their original location is in South Lake Union and they opened in January 2020. They are a concept tea and coffee shop and their drinks look very colorful and pretty. I couldn't wait to check out the drinks for myself.

 I chose two drinks to try because my husband was with me and we could share! I ordered a Pink Milk Tea with boba and a Lavender Chai Latte with Oat Milk and boba. The pink drink tasted just as it sounds, very pink and refreshing. It had whipped cream on top which made the drink really creamy. The Lavender Chai was also really refreshing and was also topped with whipped cream. The light blue/purple color on top was unique, something I'd yet to try. The flavor of the lavender and chai was really nice and hit the spot. I'm always down for a chai latte because I love the way it tastes. 

The drinks were tasty, but for some reason didn't have ice. It was a warm spring day in Seattle, and these teas should have been colder. We finished about 70% of each drink at the park. After returning home, I added a couple of ice cubes to the drinks and double fisted them while I read a book. The perfect Saturday! 

We also bought some lunch in Uwajimaya's food court and enjoyed it at the park with our tea while our boys played. This large playground has gorgeous views all around of downtown, Mt. Rainier, the stadiums, and the Olympic Mountains. The park is called Yesler Terrace Park and is located at 903 Yesler Way. 








Jardin Tea 

600 5th Ave. S Ste 604

Seattle, WA 

(206) 739-8142

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