by Mike Harney May 22, 2017 1 min read

I found evidence of tea while at Bauer Palazzo on the Grand Canal. Such fun to be able to drink our tea while the gondolas go by.

The Bauers (they have several properties here) have used our teas for several years. What an honor.

The building across the water is an old customs house that François Pinault fixed up. It currently houses an exhibition by Damien Hurst, as part of the Biennale ( art).  

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