Bosnian people aren’t really known for their love for tea – the only way they usually use it is like medicine. However, that didn’t stop Adnan Smajic to open a place completely dedicated to tea. Soon it became a favourite place for many, especially the students of Music Academy that is in same neighbourhood. Speaking of which, it’s one of nicest parts of the city, with architecture mostly built during the Austro-Hungarian period, so if you decide to have a cup of tea I definitely recommend you have a walk around and enjoy it.
I come here when I want to relax and step away from the everyday noise. If you already know your favourite, I am sure you will be able to find it amongst the 200 different kinds of tea they have to offer. If you are not sure you can browse through everything on your own or with advice from the staff to find an aroma and taste that will best compliment your day.
While enjoying your beverage you can also browse through books all about tea of course, as well as all kinds of teaware you can think of – they all have it there. Yes, when I said it was completely dedicated to tea I was being serious. Also, all their teaware is for sale so it’s perfect for buying original gifts.