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Mariage Frères to open five-story tea emporium in UK

The site claims to have the longest tea wall in the world.

The French tea chain Mariage Frères is officially set to launch its first outlet in Covent Garden on September 14.

The tea emporium will be a five-story site, with the first three floors having a theme.

The ground floor will house their Comptoir de Thé, displaying 1,000 kinds of teas. Salon de Thé will be on the first floor, open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Lastly, the second floor will have Musée du Thé where they displayed tea antiques from different countries.

They also have a soft launch promo where they offer 50% off on all of their food from September 14 to 21.

The tea chain first announced of their opening last June.
 

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