Coffee & Tea Tasting - FREE GSWA Event

Tantalize your taste buds with a variety of delicious, hot coffees and teas. We've teamed up with two local companies to offer you some of their most scrumptious flavors. Black River Roasters has everything from mild to dark and rich, and Adagio Teas offers unique and interesting tea blends. We'll even spike a few for good measure! It's the perfect way to discover your next favorite morning (or anytime) beverage. Appetizers are also on the menu for the evening, so come on out for this winter tasting event. Did we mention it's free? Here's how it works. If you are not a GSWA member, this event is free! Members can join in on the fun too, for a suggested donation of $25 - however, if you bring a non-member friend as a guest, and it's free to you too! Registration is required at www.GreatSwamp.org, or call 973-538-3500. Remember, clean water makes the best cup of coffee or tea! 

Contact Information
  1. Val Thorpe
  2. 973-538-3500
  3. vthorpe@greatswamp.org
Wed, March 21
5:30 pm — 7:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/21/2018 5:30pm 03/21/2018 7:30pm America/New_York Coffee & Tea Tasting - FREE GSWA Event

Tantalize your taste buds with a variety of delicious, hot coffees and teas. We've teamed up with two local companies to offer you some of their most scrumptious flavors. Black River Roasters has everything from mild to dark and rich, and Adagio Teas offers unique and interesting tea blends. We'll even spike a few for good measure! It's the perfect way to discover your next favorite ...

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Morristown, NJ 07960

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