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Second Inca Tea outlet opens at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

The opening of a second Inca Tea outlet at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is expected to prove just the cup of tea for thirsty passengers passing through the Ohio gateway.

The Cleveland based company's second airport store is located in Concourse C and is said to offer "a variety of signature, fresh brewed teas and locally made foods in an inviting setting".

The smart build-out and use of reclaimed wood and granite counters in the 310 square-foot unit certainly makes it standout and lends a warm, rustic look that it claims reflects the its eco-friendly ethos.

“We are thrilled to announce Inca Tea’s second location and expanded offerings at the airport,” said Tina LaForte, vice president of Airmall Cleveland, a project of Fraport USA.

“This socially conscious local company has grown in leaps and bounds in three short years. Since the first kiosk opened here in 2014, Inca Tea has continued to grow and serve the natural and local products that delight passengers.”

Inca Tea specialises in exclusive GMO-free teas derived from an ancient Incan recipe with 1,000 years of tradition that uses antioxidant and nutrient-rich purple corn.

Its brews range from Peruvian Spiced Berry to Pick Me Up Peach and Mountain of Mango.

Inca Tea Café believes in supporting other local companies. In fact, 95% of products are locally produced/owned.

“Travellers get a taste of Cleveland and beyond at the new Inca Tea Café at CLE," enthuses airport director, Robert Kennedy.

"It’s exciting to see this local business thrive at the airport and expand across the US. The café boasts healthy food options that celebrate our region and enhance the dining experience at the airport."

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