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  • Kenya Purple Tea

    Grown in Kenya, Purple Tea is the only known cultivar to contain anthocyanin, the flavonoid responsible for giving blueberries and pomegranates their purplish color. A varietal of the Camellia sinensis...

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  • Protecting Our Beaches

    Stash Tea Teams Up with the Surfrider Foundation With summer upon us, we are spending more time outdoors here in the Pacific Northwest. In our ongoing commitment to help protect...

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  • Behind The Scenes At Stash Tea: The Lab

    Mix a little of this with a little of that, get the balance and the taste just right...and presto! We have a new tea to share. It seems like it...

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  • Tea & Toast: Pairing Food With Tea

    Tea & Toast: Pairing Food with Tea Artfully pairing tea with food can add a beautiful dimension to both the tea and food being served, enhancing one’s entire dining experience....

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  • Green Tea Sugar Scrub

    Green Tea Sugar Scrub When life gets crazy, most often the first thing that gets pushed to the side is our own emotional or physical well-being! We neglect to take...

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  • Yamamotoyama Brazil Tea Garden

    The History of Yamamotoyama Founded in Tokyo in 1690, Yamamotoyama is a family-owned company specializing in green tea and nori seaweed production. In the 1700s, Kahei Yamamoto II learned that...

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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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