Back in January, we put out a story that Nacogdoches was getting a Nobilitea in front of Belk on University Drive. It is right where Arbys used to be.

Nobilitea is a national chain and they are popping up all over East Texas. They already have a location in Tyler and are opening new shops in Longview, Lindale, and Jacksonville.

Drinking exotic teas has been quite the “in” thing to do lately. Nobilitea is riding that trend with new locations opening up all over Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansaw, Kansas, Louisiana, Florida, Arizona, and more.

When Will Nobilitea Finally Open In Nacogdoches?

Now that the building is built and the product is filling the shelves, we are still at least a month away from a grand opening. The plan is that they will be open in August.

This location could fill the void left by Thumpers by providing students with a different way to get their caffeine. At Noblibitea you can enjoy organic loose leaf tea, handcrafted drinks, popping boba, and more. With over 86 different types of tea, you will find something that you like.

According to some answered questions on their Facebook page, there will be tables inside and Wi-Fi available for all the patrons. This could make for a great place to get some work done, while you are enjoying a spot of tea.

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We have been following the progress of the Nobilitea in Nacogdoches for quite a while now. Can't wait to go by and try out the Texas Bluebonnet. Take a look at this video inside the new Nacogdoches store.

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