To our Roaring Fork Valley fans: #StuffTeaPeopleLike includes bicycle sharing! WE-cycle season passes go on sale today. Special V.I.B. discount through June 6 at we-cycle.org. more…
05/22/2013 at 4:15pm UTC
Hey you tea drinker....want a chance to win FREE TEA!
Step 1: Read our hilarious list of 58 things we think you love. http://www.twoleavestea.com/blog/?p=2321
Step 2: Tweet or Instagram your additions to the list, with #StuffTeaPeopleLike.
Step 3: For those who don't tweet- comment on the blog post (or here on facebook) with your list of stuff tea people like.
We'll be looking for input and awarding the best ones!! more…
05/21/2013 at 11:11pm UTC
Received my honey today & tea bags .Thank you so much.. the tea is like a cup of magic and i have never tasted honey as great as Madhava honey thank you so much will defiantly be placing order in the near future. more…
Does anyone remember that blog “Stuff White People Like”? It always made us laugh, self-stereotyping through gentle jabs. During a recent meeting, Marketing Coordinator Christy Garfield and I were brainstorming so hard that our ears were emitting smoke and we decided we needed a blog post that was our own variety of stereotyping our beloved tea lovers. In fact, “tea” was No. 13 on that list of Stuff White People Like, which was discontinued in 2010. The description included this gem, “If you find yourself in a situation with a white person, acceptable things to say include, ‘I’m really into tea right now,’ or ‘my favorite thing is to get a nice cup of tea and curl up in a chair with a good book.’ But do not remind them about the role of colonialism in tea, it will make … Continue reading →
This month we were chosen to receive an award from a locally based magazine, Edible Aspen! We’re being called out as “Local Heros” in the Beverage Artisan category. These awards are given out based on votes online, which means that people who live around here and read Edible Aspen really did go online and vote for us. Here’s a link to the piece that spells out the award and what it means. Maybe you’ve heard of the Edible Communities publications — they’re lovely magazines published all over the United States to promote the locavore movement. What’s the locavore movement, you ask? It’s all about eating food grown, raised, and prepared as close to your home as possible. In fact, here’s a little blurb about Edible Aspen magazine that spells out their belief system a bit more: “Edible Aspen is a … Continue reading →