Monday, August 7, 2017


Last month, I visited the new location of the Mad Hatter Tea Co. The proprietor had a degree in interior design so the shop was beautifully decorated!

Whimsical decor met me at the door.

I love the huge mural of Alice and the Queen of Hearts!

Isn't this floral light fixture gorgeous?

"M" is for Mad Hatter.

The menu and teawares for sale.

The Wonder Blend Wall

Choose Me!

Patrons are encouraged to create art on the chalkboard tables. 
I had a sample of the Mad House Rosé: an oolong tea blended with strawberry, coconut and pineapple. This tea was too tart for me though so I purchased different samples instead.

The samples came in these cute little tins.

"Cherry Bomb" was a fruity tea made of rooibos tea, cherries and coconut flakes.

 "We're all mad here."

I'm joining the following parties this week:


  1. Ooh...another fun outing, Margie! I had to enlarge the menu board so that I could read everything, and see what they served at the Mad Hatter. That light fixture is magical, isn't it? Did you enjoy the Cherry Bomb? Thanks for sharing your fun day with us.

  2. A whimsical place for tea and I'm happy to see a Cheshire cream tea offered.

  3. It looks a lovely place for tea time!Creative and elegant...Love the Alice's mural too!

  4. What a fun and clever idea for a tea shop! I love that they did the table tops in chalkboard so you can draw and write on them! Thanks for sharing you day!

  5. Margie how much fun, looks like a nice place to sit and have fun. We have nothing around here like that, might have to give some more thought to that. Last week we went to Door County to visit a tea shop that we found a few years ago. It was mostly the same except for no tea ware, tea tins or much to do with tea at all but the name was the same. Such a let down. We did go to two wineries and did some wine tasting. They give you about an ounce of wine and Todd and I shared them, After about 4 samples I needed a nap. I'm not much of a drinker so with sipping it hit fast.Your adventure looked like a good time spent. Blessings.

    1. Tealady, I have family in Green Bay, are there any tea rooms you can recommend?

  6. Hi Margie! What a fun adventure! Clever idea for a tea shop. Love the decor and the cute tins. Happy Tea Day!

  7. How delightful, you find the most interesting places to have tea.

  8. What a great place to visit, people are so creative.

  9. Looks very fun. I recognize the mug but forget the man's name right now who owns the company. Yes - it was Cardew who produces all sorts of Alice items which used to actually be made in England but now outsourced to China - Thanks for sharing your visit to this fun place!

  10. The Alice mural is a keeper. Beautiful.

  11. This looks like such a whimsical spot for tea. How adorable are those top hat lamps!? Alice in Wonderland has always been a favorite of mine. Thank you for sharing, how fun!

  12. Margie, what a sweet place for tea! How fun. I'd probably like that tart flavored tea.

  13. Neat there's a chess piece in front! Enjoyed looking at all the decor.

  14. What a fun place! I love the top hat light fixtures...not much in the way of tea rooms around here....thanks so much for taking us on your visit! And thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea

  15. Margie, it looks so fun. I too love the large picture in the entrance.. and the light fixture is lovely.. thank for sharing it all, with love Janice


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