Category Archives: Tea Education

Includes information about tea history, traditions, habits, and harvesting.

Imagine my surprise when, thanks to the wonder of Wikipedia, I discover that the prime tea growing part of Russia is, in fact, Sochi!

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If we’re surrounded by great tea all day long (and drinking it, all day long), we need to figure out what chocolate we’d like to have with which tea. And just for good measure, we threw in a couple of less-than-artisinal types of chocolate, since it is early November, otherwise known as the season of leftover Halloween candy.

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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 […]

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This month we had the opportunity to appear in Fresh Cup Magazine, a trade publication for specialty coffee and tea professionals. The topic? Right up our alley, of course: Quality bagged tea, and why serving tea in sachets results in a delightful combination of superior tea and convenience. Read the text in full here, or […]

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If you lay your sachet of tea out on the table, you can arrange the string and tag so it looks like a snake. That has to count for something, right? Thanks for humoring me.

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