A spot of tea

A vast array of tea and spices will soon be available in Downtown Salmon Arm.

A vast array of tea and spices will soon be available in Downtown Salmon Arm.

Diana Shaw has recently moved from Calgary to Salmon Arm to settle down and open her business: The Tea and Spice Shoppe.

Located on Alexander Street, it will offer more than 80 varieties of loose-leaf teas, cooking spices, natural candles and coffee.

It will also feature hot tea that customers can take to go.

 

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