Hal's House of Tea
DV: Hi, Seattle, his is Hal, of Hal's House of Tea. After a hard day at work, what would be better than a big cup of piping hot heat? Nothing, I say. And nothing else says "up and at 'em" quite like a brisk, morning cup and saucer of freshly steeped tea. Nothing at all. We have a whole assortment of teas from around the world and herbal teas as well. Hundreds of them imported at great expense. And tea's not just a beverage, many teas have medicinal uses as well. Did you know that? I'm guessing no. So come on by and have a cup of tea.
Our tea leaves are fresh and chopped by hand. By me. It's not like I've got anything else to do here. It helps pass the time, cutting tea leaves. Chop, chop, chop. So have some good old tea.
Hey, hot enough for you? Ha! Then cool off with some iced tea. It's delicious and refreshing. Is any other beverage as remotely as verstile as tea? No! None!
We just opened our new drive-thru window so you can fulfill all your tea needs and be on your way.
Come, have some tea. Please. I mean, you people are pretty much done with this whole "coffee" thing? Right? I mean, seriously, you can't walk a block without some "coffee shop" getting all in your face. You people have to be pretty much fed up with coffee by now, no?
You know, I sunk a lot of money into this concept. I'm into certain people for a big piece of change. I thought the coffee craze had peaked. I did. What was I thinking??? House of Tea, God save us all.
GK: Tea, it's not the same old grind. That's Hal's Seattle House of Tea, right across the street from Arnie's Cocoa King. Just look for store that oozes desperation.