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Parched Tea Bar

Manchester Arndale market
Unit FC19
49 High Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester
M4 3AH
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We specialise in over 60 varieties of high quality, loose leaf , organic and fairtrade teas. Specials include the Indulgent Cream Tea‚; and our signature toastie is The Elvis; Parched has built up a tea party of regular clientele; helping put the tea back into the Communi-tea!.

Latest review - Brilliant tea shop! Apparently now selling tea online!

Date visited: 04/02/12 ......More

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