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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 →
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 view the digital version of our article on this link. Reclaiming the Convenience of Single Serve Tea By Naomi Havlen Pity the poor tea bag. Once beloved and regarded as ingenious upon its accidental invention approximately 110 years ago, the mention of tea in a convenient, ready-to-be-steeped package has become the anathema of self-proclaimed tea purists around the world. “Tea bags are gross—loose is the only way to go” is the sort of righteous proclamation you can find saturating tea blogs. What’s a well-meaning tea … Continue reading →
While I personally loved the tea, with its delicate taste and absolute lack of any and all bitterness, my father who also made a cup shared that it was bland and tasted like card board. Two very different opinions! I…