Tag Archives: whole leaf tea

When time is on your side, as it may be during a lazy summer day, maybe it’s time to try something new with your tea leaves. We have to chuckle a bit at that sentence. Can there really be something “new” with a drink that’s thousands of years old, and about as basic as it […]

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Greetings, Tea People! We have so enjoyed our time discussing on our blog and other social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter), our initial list of Stuff Tea People Like. It’s not in our interest to pigeon hole all of you, but it is very much in our interest to make you laugh at yourselves, and some […]

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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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Can you help us prove how portable our sachets are? “Go there with two leaves” is our new contest for 2012 where we want to see the cool places you’ve taken two leaves tea. Post a photo on our Facebook page, and we’ll give you $5 for your next purchase!

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Boil, plunk, and enjoy. As in, boil your water, plunk in the tea sachet, and drink your tea. Aren’t those the basic rules for making tea? Actually, no. At two leaves and a bud, we think if you’re going to enjoy a premium cuppa’ our whole leaf tea, you might want to learn a bit […]

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