So far, so good. They have a wide selection of teas: Green, Oolong, Pu-erh and Rooibos (I think). The space is beautifully decorated, it feels simple, clean and calm. They have some beautiful tea accessories for sale. I saw some things that I recognized from Murata. They also have some delicious and affordably-priced desserts from Basho in a display case. They also sell some of their teas cold-brewed and bottled. I haven’t had the chance to sit there and sip tea but when I do, I’ll update my review. I bought two loose teas and I received a very thorough talk about how to brew them. I want to go back to purchase some of their teaware. I saw some beautiful blue-green gaiwans. I also want to go back to try their flight set to taste properly-brewed tea.