Granada by Casie Tennin

Granada by Casie Tennin, Granada, Spain (B)

Why: I tested out five different teterías. I chose this one for the service, quality of tea, and unbeatable prices. So this day I was out of cash, and like every other place in Granada, there is a 10€ credit card minimum. I actually had difficulty spending 10€’s here, because everything is so cheap! Wakid, my friendly waiter was extremely knowledgeable about the different types of teas, and very helpful when it came to explaining the many unknowns on the menu. The crepe was bomb. And so were the couches, which I learned are all directly from Morocco. Wakid explained to me that Ali Baba is the only purely Moroccan tetería in Granada, without an external Spanish influence. It’s the real deal.

Why: I was like a kid in a candy shop. Or a tea shop I should say. This gourmet tea and “goodies” tienda carries products only from Andalucía. Obviously, specializing in their unique selection of hand blended teas, selected by the jolly store owner, Jose Luiz. However,there is much more to be bought here than just tea. A huge selection of “fresh” dried fruits, fancy blended sea salts (I bought sea salt blended with chamomile and cinnamon!), fresh spices, and gourmet cheeses. And the best part? Jose Luiz wants to give you free samples. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Granada by Casie Tennin
Guide Location: Spain » Granada
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Casie Tennin
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Rincon del Sabor
  • La Fragua Bar de Tapas
  • Reina Monica
  • Jardines de Zoraya
  • Baraka