Tea Education

  • Self-Quarantine Survival Guide

    It may feel like a confusing time, but we're not letting COVID-19 bring us down. Yes, changes in our daily lives are inevitable, we might need to stay at home...

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  • How To Brew Loose Leaf Tea

    Checklist for Brewing Loose Leaf Tea Have the right tools. Choose your tea type: black, green, herbal, white or oolong. Be patient; make sure the tea is brewed at the...

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  • Sourcing Jasmine Flower Tea

    Let’s talk about jasmine, the ingredient behind one of the world’s best floral teas. If jasmine tea were to compete in a popularity contest, it would leave with the blue...

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  • Black, Chai & Green Tea: Do They Have Caffeine?

    Does Tea Have Caffeine? You’re not alone in asking us this question, and resources out there often muddle the truth. Here’s the honest answer: The actual amounts of caffeine in...

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  • Thai Lemongrass

    Join us on a journey to Southeast Asia, where we meet with the farmers who supply us with our amazing Thai lemongrass. A warm, tropical climate with sunshine year-round, sweltering...

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  • 3 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

    (that aren’t dinner and a movie with your special someone.) 1. Celebrate Your Lover Ahh. Valentine’s Day. 24 hours dedicated to love. The day where we shower our favorite person...

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  • Tea vs. Coffee: Which Is Better for You?

    But first, tea. If you’re reading this on our blog, then you really must trust us. Obviously we’re a tea company, so we have a slight bias towards the beverage....

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  • Guayusa: Energy From Ecuador

    What is Guayusa? GUAYUSA (gwhy-you-sa) is a rare, naturally caffeinated herbal infusion produced from the leaves of a holly tree native to the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador. Guayusa has been...

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  • Welcome to the 2019 Best Gift Guide for Tea Lovers

    We all have one in our life. The person who can’t get enough tea. Their body no longer consists of 80% water, it’s more like 80% tea. Tea is the...

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