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1 Dr. Teas [Los Angeles, U.S] on Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:03 am

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For a Zen girl looking to replenish her soul, Dr. Teas Herbal Emporium is akin to a plate of warm chocolate chip cookies served with a glass of icy cold milk. Stepping into the open-air, Earthy space on Melrose Ave., one can't help but be transfixed by the serene atmosphere, soothing music and tranquil garden that invites patrons to take some time to saver their tea beverages at one of the many tables lining the outdoor patio.

Bustling employees are eager to help customers navigate the book-sized menu that includes delectable white teas like blueberry or cantaloupe and lychee, fragrant green teas, oolong teas, roibos and any other variety a tea lover could possibly desire. Tea can be served hot, cold, in a cup to go, or in a teapot for those looking to linger with a book or good friend in the garden. On warmer days, trendy, health-conscious Los Angelos go wild for the Tea Frosteas, a low calorie tea drink blended with sweet agave syrup, ice and their favorite tea flavor. Popular choices include drinks that are carefully concocted to resemble the taste of orange sherbert, blueberry pie, a pina colada, or a mocha. All drinks have less than 50 calories, making it a delicious, yet healthy indulgence that won't require a trip to the gym later in the day.

For those that need a little sustenance on the side of their tea, Dr. Tea's also offers a small menu of options from macrobiotic eatery M Cafe de Chaya, as well as baked goods that include lavender cupcakes, chocolate chip cookies and other freshly prepared items. While prices are steep, the quality of the tea leaves and creative blends make it worth the wallet strain. Especially when a girl needs her soul repaired (without the plate of cookies).


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Dr. Tea's
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8612 Melrose Ave.
Telephone:
(310) 657-9300
City:
Hollywood
State / Province:
California
Zip Code / Postal Code:
90069
Country:
United States

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2 Re: Dr. Teas [Los Angeles, U.S] on Tue Dec 16, 2008 6:43 pm

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two words: Road Trip!

I can't wait 'til I'm down south.

This is definitely a place worthy of checking out.

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3 Re: Dr. Teas [Los Angeles, U.S] on Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:10 pm

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Kim Clijsters beats Caroline Wozniacki to win WTA title


Clijsters was playing her first event since the US Open following a foot injury

By Piers Newbery

Kim Clijsters won the season-ending WTA Championships for the third time with a battling win over world number one Caroline Wozniacki in Doha.
The Belgian, 27, followed up her US Open victory in September by claiming another of the game's premier prizes as she beat Wozniacki 6-3 5-7 6-3.
Clijsters was playing her first tournament since Flushing Meadows because of a foot injury.
Wozniacki had replaced Serena Williams as number one this month.
But without a Grand Slam to her name, the 20-year-old Dane had been hoping to land the biggest title of her career in Doha.
"I'm glad I won and it must be disappointing for Caroline, but I don't know how many more years I'm going to keep doing this," said Clijsters.

This has been a fantastic week for me. Kim just played amazing today and she deserves to win
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And the Belgian was supportive of Wozniacki, adding: "She will win a Grand Slam. She is too good of a player not to.
"She's young, she's number, she just has to keep working the way that she has been working. She's been doing really good things, and the good things will keep coming then."
Despite winning six tournaments in 2010, questions will remain over Wozniacki's validity as number one as long as she is without a major, and she is also yet to register a single win over serial Grand Slam winners Clijsters, the Williams sisters or Justine Henin.
Sunday's final provided an opportunity for the Dane to set about rectifying that situation but again Clijsters, who beat Wozniakci in their only previous meeting in the 2009 US Open final, proved the stronger.
Wozniacki had survived a 12-minute opening game in her semi-final win over Vera Zvoanreva and she endured a similarly tough start to the final, only this time she buckled.
Clijsters grabbed the break after an eight-minute game and, although Wozniacki levelled for 2-2, it was the Belgian's more attacking game that held sway early on.
Targeting the Dane's less powerful forehand, Clijsters broke again in game five and, despite calling on her father, Piotr, for some advice at a changeover, Wozniacki dropped serve again as the set slipped away.

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The world no-1 did not choke -- she played her best tennis she could, but the fact is obvious: her best is simply NOT good enough to beat a GS champion!
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Clijsters, the champion in 2002 and 2003, grew stronger at the start of the second set and Wozniacki's tenacity was not enough to keep her in touch as the Belgian broke for 3-1.
But with the finish line approaching the world number three showed signs of nerves, a double-fault and a wayward forehand allowing Wozniacki to get the break back and level at 4-4.
Suddenly the top seed had the momentum and, after two break points went begging in game nine, an under-pressure Clijsters gave up the decisive break at 5-5 with a drive-volley into the net and a backhand over the baseline.
After breaks of serve were exchanged at the start of the decider an animated Piotr Wozniacki was back on court to dispense advice to his daughter, but it was Clijsters who took the initiative with some blistering groundstrokes, a forehand winner taking her 4-2 in front.
There was one more twist as Clijsters fell 15-40 down when serving for the match at 5-3, but the US Open champion saved three break points and overcame a double-fault on her first match point to wrap it up when Wozniacki smacked a return into the net.
"I'm kind of relieved because it seemed like it would never end," said Clijsters. "It was just a great battle, great fitness and I think we showed the crowd some great women's tennis."
Wozniacki said: "This has been a fantastic week for me. Kim just played amazing today and she deserves to win.
"In the third set it was very close. She played really well, especially in the important moments. Definitely the experience mattered a little bit today."
In the doubles final, top seeds Gisela Dulko of Argentina and Italy's Flavia Pennetta beat second seeds Kveta Peschke of the Czech Republic and Slovenian Katarina Srebotnik 7-5 6-4.







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4 Re: Dr. Teas [Los Angeles, U.S] on Sun Nov 28, 2010 10:26 pm

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5 Re: Dr. Teas [Los Angeles, U.S] on Tue Nov 30, 2010 10:30 pm

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For those that need a little sustenance on the side of their tea, Dr. Tea's also offers a small menu of options from macrobiotic eatery M Cafe de Chaya, as well as baked goods that include lavender cupcakes, chocolate chip cookies and other freshly prepared items. While prices are steep, the quality of the tea leaves and creative blends make it worth the wallet strain. Especially when a girl needs her soul repaired (without the plate of cookies).
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6 Re: Dr. Teas [Los Angeles, U.S] on Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:45 pm

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