A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, March 7 to celebrate Fava Tea Company and their membership with the Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce. Fava Tea Company also celebrates their new store opening in Brookfield, with a grand opening scheduled for Sunday, March 10.
While being a family owned business, Karen Sleger is the franchise owner of Fava Tea Company in Brookfield, alongside Bryan Stafford, founder of Fava Tea Company and franchiser.
Fava Tea Company in Brookfield is the first Fava Tea franchise, originating from Appleton, with a location in Greenfield as well, according to Karen Sleger.
Fava Tea Company is filled with quality tea options varying from Earl Grey, a Black tea, to Chocolate Covered Strawberry, a Pu Erh tea. Any of the options can be paired with different flavors of raw natural rock sugar. Iced tea and many other options are available, including in-store only specials, always creating a memorable experience.
Fava Tea Company is located in The Plaza at the corner of Bluemound and Calhoun in Brookfield at 17115-G W Bluemound Rd.
Front row left to right
Bob Suycott – Tailor Made Benefit Solutions; Tony Marinello – Barrett Moving & Storage; Tim Casey – City of Brookfield; Mayor Steve Ponto – City of Brookfield; Bryan Stafford, founder of Fava Tea Company and Franchiser; Karen Sleger, Owner of Brookfield Fava Tea Company Franchise; Ben Edelstein, Fava Tea Company; Carol White - Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce; Tiffany Mitchell –Detvan – Edward Jones Investments; Sue Riener – Tri City National Bank; Allison Quartuccio – Denali Realty Group; Valerie Willer – Bank Mutual
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