As seen in NewYorkTimes.com, Delish.comPeople.Com, Baltimoresun.com and Essence.Com, Cuples Tea is a small minority/woman owned business out of Baltimore, Maryland selling premium loose-leaf tea, tea accessories and tea education. Our particular niche is that we are devoted to elevating tea experiences for the modern tea connoisseurs. We want to inspire healthier communities through educating people about the many medicinal benefits of drinking tea.
In addition to our online shop of over 50 premium loose-leaf teas, we are currently working with 5-star hotels, universities, restaurants, and bakeries  on their tea programs. We offer virtual employee engagement events and tea education workshops to companies and startups. All of our tea experiences are led by our owners Eric and Lynnette Dodson.  We’re especially proud to be on the 400 block of Howard where there are 5 black-owned businesses that have moved in. Our brick and mortar store is now open at 409 N Howard Street in Baltimore.
Downtown West Baltimore is in the middle of a serious makeover. The Baltimore Development Corporation is working hard to forge a 21st-century version of the bustling commercial hub that once thrived in the downtown Baltimore - Mid Town area decades ago.
Colin Tarbert, President and CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC), boosts that “the vision is to create a whole mix of uses in a fairly small area to recreate that vibrancy.”
Listen to the podcast here: https://www.wypr.org/show/on-the-record/2021-09-29/the-scoop-about-whats-brewing-downtown as the owners of two new brick-and-mortar businesses talk about why they’re excited to be part of the renaissance.

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