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Stemistry hosts downtown Phoenix grand opening event later this month

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The new Stemistry in Heritage Square, 618 E. Adams St. in Phoenix, will occupy the Teeter-Carriage house that dates back to 1899. (File Photos/
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Stemistry, a reimagined flower store and coffee lab is hosting a celebration of its second downtown Phoenix brick-and-mortar location from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, March, 26.

The grand opening ribbon cutting event will feature samples from a variety of vendors sold at Stemistry and live music, according to a press release.

In addition, Stemistry is offering its specialty rose latte at a discounted price and a portion of the proceeds from sale will be donated to Humane Animal Rescue and Trapping Team, the release states.

The new Stemistry in Heritage Square, 618 E. Adams St. in Phoenix, will occupy the Teeter-Carriage house that dates back to 1899. The 700-square-foot space has been renovated and will serve unique menu items to honor the legacy of Heritage Square’s original landowners.

“I am so excited to finally open the store in downtown Phoenix,” said Dylan Capshaw, founder of Stemistry, in a prepared statement. “It’s been a lot of work to get it open and we look forward to welcoming the community in and sharing our passion for coffee and flowers.”

Stemistry offers affordable, pre-made bouquets crafted by professional florists and gives customers the option to design their own personalized arrangements using a unique build-your-own bouquet bar – picking out flowers, paying by the stem, then moving to an easy design table where free supplies are available to craft a floral masterpiece.

The Coffee Lab, representatives of the brand say, embraces the floral backbone of the shop by infusing flowers into different ingredients used to make the drinks like rose, lavender, sunflowers and more. In addition to coffee and tea drinks, Stemistry offers a food menu that includes breakfast and lunch sandwiches, pastries and desserts.

Mr. Capshaw is a 16-year-old entrepreneur and environmental activist.

Prior to opening the first Stemistry in Scottsdale in 2022, he founded two non-profits – For the Frontline and Capshaw Wildlife. His work and dedication in these foundations led to international media attention including his nomination in Nickelodeon and Time Magazine’s first ever Kid of The Year competition in 2020, where Mr. Capshaw was a finalist.

In addition to the in-store retail, Stemistry offers regular events throughout the year and changes its food and drink menu seasonally. The online shop gives guests the option to sign up for subscription boxes.

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