1 St. Regis Aspen
Afternoon tea at the St. Regis isn't just a way to pass time, it's a ritual. During the season, the resort hosts tea from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Shadow Mountain Lounge, so guests can relax near the huge stone fireplace while looking up at Aspen Mountain and reveling in their day on the ski hill.
315 East Dean St. Aspen, Colorado. 81611
2 Spring Cafe
Aspen's newest cafe touts an organic, plant-based menu, and its herbal tea reflects that motto. Don't expect to find artificial sweeteners or packaged creamer here, as it's focused on clean product. And if the tea isn't enough, try a fresh smoothie or fresh-pressed juice too.
632 East Hopkins Avenue Aspen, Colorado
3 Peach's Corner Cafe
For a quick meeting, a snack on the go or an intimate catch-up, Peach's Corner Cafe is one-size-fits-all stop. And that means any time is good for tea time. Plus, they serve the valley's own tea label, Two Leaves and a Bud, making that cup of hot tea a bit easier to swallow.
121 S Galena St, Aspen, CO 81611
4 Hotel Jerome
The Hotel Jerome was remodeled last year, and it's returned the iconic, historic hotel to its rightful place as one of Aspen's crown jewels. In the Living Room, the property's contemporary-meets-Western lounge area, guests can sip on a tea or cocktails next to the first and 38-star American flag, commemorating Colorado's joining the Union.
330 E Main St. Aspen, CO 81611
5 Victoria's Espresso & Wine Bar
When a cafe does espresso right, it's pretty safe to say they do tea well too. At Victoria's Espresso & Wine Bar, this rings true. Centrally located near Aspen Mountain and the walking malls, Victoria's is a great place to savor an afternoon tea with friends, or grab on on the way to the gondola in the morning.
510 E Durant Ave Aspen, CO 81611