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Kirkland mayor welcomes Savrika Tea to downtown Kirkland

Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride officially welcomed Savrika Tea into the Kirkland community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday. - Contributed
Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride officially welcomed Savrika Tea into the Kirkland community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday.
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Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride officially welcomed Savrika Tea into the Kirkland community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday.

Monday marked the four-month anniversary of the business, located at 115 Kirkland Ave.

The owner, Rupa Dalal Gadre, greeted Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce members, customers, and her immediate family, and remarked how much she appreciated being welcomed into the Kirkland community. She expressed her idea of having a serene space where customers could sit and sip on fine tea and get away from the hustle and bustle of their daily lives, if even for a short time.

Savrika Tea has seen its customer base grow every week and loves seeing its repeat customers who have become part of the Savrika family. An alternative to the traditional coffee shop, Savrika Tea offers more than 190 varieties of premium loose-leaf teas, tea accessories, and light snacks, set in a modern and calm environment.

 

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