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THE DENVER POST
Top Happy Hours in Denver
Getting together for drinks and noshing after a Mile High workday is made easier with this list of watering holes with great deals.
Summer Drinks, Three Ways: Arnold Palmer
“…Oolong Palmer. Denver-based Platform T uses two oolongs for their riff, the woodsy Da Hong Pao and the fruity and fermented Iron Goddess.”
Best of Denver
Somewhere between a coffee clutch and fancy high tea sits the world of Denver-based Platform T, which turns the coffee-shop idea on its head by serving up piping hot or even ice-cold cups of tea, coffee’s fancy cousin from the city.
Dining Guide: Tea Time
Platform T Takes Off
Even the most devoted of caramel macchiato addicts might ditch the Starbucks routine when they check out the new Platform T.
The Seven Best New Coffee Shops in Denver 2015
With so many new coffee spots scattered about the city, 2015 left Denver sips away from heart palpitations. We’re buzzing with caffeinated joy over the tiny shops and uber-hip spots serving cocktails and tasty bites along with pour-over coffee, cold-brew on tap and cortados that will make you weep.
Platform T comes to Baker
Tea is a geographic thing,” said Jeremy Law, owner of PlatformT, pointing out the metallic shape above the bar. “All of the lines represent topographic maps.” Tea is supposed to transport you to a different place, even a different world, he explained.
Platform T to Open in Baker This Week
The folks at Platform T take tea pretty seriously. The lounge serves up a wide spectrum of leaves in six different categories and the setting has a warm and modern feel to it. The concept has already garnered success at its flagship location in Centennial, which opened four months ago.
Teahouse Cooks Up Second Shop
A Centennial-based teahouse is brewing its second shop off Broadway – and divining even more locations in the tea leaves.
Platform T, a Tea Lounge
The packaging of Platform T, A Tea Lounge, are so sophisticated that elevate the content to a new dimension and really diversify their teas from their competitors’.
Karsh/Hagan Recognized by the Art Directors Club of Denver
After a long and intense process that sent the international judges into overtime, Karsh Hagan (KH) has been nominated for eight awards at the annual design competition hosted by the Art Directors Club of Denver (ADCD).
Tea-infused cocktails the foundation of Platform T’s happy hour
Cafe combining tea, liquor and small plates starts in Glendale with owners expecting to open three outlets per year for a decade.
Platform T Makes Tea Drinking Cool
The second most consumed beverage in the world after water, tea, is getting a cool environment to be enjoyed in at Platform T. The two month old tea lounge located at 682 Colorado Boulevard is serving pure and blended teas and drinks in its contemporary space.
Tea is hot! That is, trendy. Just as coffee brewed into a popular artisanal commodity, so too will tea: black or white, green or red, hot or cold, caffeinated or herbal. Jeremy Law grew up in Hong Kong, where tea is part of daily life.
Platform T New Restaurant of the Week
There’s a new tea lounge in Denver and they just opened up their first location in Glendale. It’s called “Platform T” and this place is going to give coffee shops a run for their money.
Platform T to Bring Tea Bar to Baker and West Washington Park
Residents of Baker and West Washington Park no longer have an easy place to visit for all their refractometer and microscope needs, not since the Science Company moved to West Hampden Avenue, but at least the building at the corner of First Avenue and Lincoln Street will soon be put to use again — and not just as a graffiti magnet.
Colorado Homes Magazine
Platform T, a Contemporary Tea Lounge
Platform T, a contemporary “tea lounge,” has two locations in Denver: Glendale’s CitySet and the Baker neighborhood. Owners Jeremy Law and David Wilkins offer six easy-to-understand flavor categories.
Platform T. A fresh take on the tradition of tea.
“To coincide with their brand launch and opening of their first tea lounge, Platform T needed packaging that embodied their fresh take on the tradition of tea. The custom copper tin with stamped logo mark was designed to be sophisticated yet modern.”