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Do you like a good piece of trivia as much as we do? This may seem like a no-brainer, but we like bits of tea-related trivia even more. Like many things with a lengthy history, a great deal of legend and myth surrounds the story behind drinking tea. Take, for instance, the legend behind how […]

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“Assam is the tea I am the most proud of in our entire range,” two leaves and a bud CEO and founder Richard Rosenfeld says. “It’s a great sweet, tippy, malty, but organic Assam, and it’s an ongoing project with me. With every flush, our Assam gets better.” Where is Asssam? What makes Assam what […]

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As the newest member of the two leaves and a bud team, I’m well aware that the fastest way into the hearts of my new coworkers is with baked goods. So when my first day in the office included a guided tasting of chai teas with Richard, it seemed like a no-brainer to go home […]

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Great organic tea is like great organic wine: Difficult to find. We work directly with the gardens to grow and harvest the finest organic whole leaf teas. The finest teas come from specific harvests, or “flushes” and we only buy teas grown during these peak seasons – second Spring flush for Assam, first and early […]

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Darjeeling tea is a tea from the Darjeeling region in West Bengal, India. Darjeeling tea cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world. Just as Champagne is indigenous to the Champagne district of France, so is Darjeeling Tea to Darjeeling. Traditionally, Darjeeling teas are classified as a type of black tea. Many Darjeeling […]

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