Austria tea rooms
While you are savoring the music of Austria, its medieval, imperial, and modern history, or the beauty of the countryside, you’ll need a refreshing stop for tea.
In the larger cities like Vienna, Salzburg, and Graz, you may find boutique teas in new trendy cafes.
If you’re traveling the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, hiking in the Austrian Alps, or following in the footsteps of the Von Trapp family (“The Sound Of Music”), you may find that the tea is generally served black, with lemon and sugar.
If you have a different preference, be sure to ask before it is served.
But private label and specialty teas are becoming more popular worldwide, so here’s your chance to tell us about your favorite local tearooms or famous hotels, and which teas they serve.
Please include the English translation of their name, and include their street and city, or as listed by Google.
Are there any regular or annual festive events when it is traditional to serve green teas?
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This page was last updated by Sharon Jones on March 18, 2013.
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