Learn & Explore Tea – Stash Tea

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  • About Our Teas

    Are your teas Kosher certified? All of our teas are Kosher certified by KOF-K Kosher Supervision, one of the foremost certification agencies in the United States. In addition, all of...

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  • How To Brew Tea

    Hot Tea Brewing Guide Our steeping chart is just a starting point—adjust it to your taste as you develop your personal tea rituals! We recommend brewing our loose leaf teas...

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  • All About Matcha Green Tea

    It seems that everywhere you look today, matcha is promoted in one way or another. Whether it’s a green tea latte, matcha ice cream, or even as an ingredient in...

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  • Common Tea Questions

    What is tea? Tea comes from the leaves of Camellia sinensis plant, which was first cultivated in China, then later introduced to India, Japan, Sri Lanka and other countries. From...

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  • Rooibos & Honeybush: Herbs From South Africa

    African Rooibos Rooibos (ROY-boss) is an indigenous herb of South Africa that is made from the fine needle-like leaves of the Aspalathus linearis plant. When the leaves are cut, bruised...

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  • The Anatomy Of Chai

    The Culture of Chai India ranks as the world's leading producer of tea, however more than 60 percent of what is produced remains within the country. Tea is India’s national...

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  • Our Pacific Northwest Mint

    The History of Mint “Mint” descends from the Latin word mentha, which is rooted in the Greek word minthe. In Greek mythology Minthe was a nymph who was transformed into...

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  • Tea And Caffeine

    Herbal Infusions & Caffeine All real tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, which contains caffeine. However, herbal infusions (often referred to as “herbal teas” or “tisanes”) are not true...

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  • Tea Types

    All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, an evergreen shrub that may grow up to sixty feet in the wild. When cultivated for harvest, tea bushes are kept to...

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