General Tea

We've compiled a trove of fun information and stories about our favorite subject: tea! Read on to learn more about our favorites, the history of different teas, and more.

Spring Detox: Spring Cleaning for Your Body

Spring cleaning is a time to feel refreshed - commonly through a cleaning list over the space of a few weeks. It's the perfect time to declutter your home, but have you ever considered decluttering your body? Spring cleaning your body is a great way to boost your health and wellbeing.

Tea Procurement and Testing

Where do your teas come from? This is a question often asked by our customers, and we'd be glad to share the 'process' with you. While nothing is 100%, we are confident that our teas are of the highest quality and come from the top tier of tea farms. We drink our teas every day - and would only sell teas that we ourselves would drink!

Tea and Anti-Aging: The Simplest Anti-Aging Tip EVER!

While your DNA can have an effect on how old you are compared to your actual age, it has been found the diet and lifestyle plays the biggest role in how old you look and how long you live. Areas of the world that have long lives share a common overall theme: most of the people studied drink tea.

What Teas Are Good For Sleep?

Discover which herbs and teas are good for sleep. Adding certain caffeine free teas to your evening ritual along with healthy sleep habits will give you everything you need for a healthy and restful sleep. Tea is a natural way to increase your sleep without the use of potentially addictive drugs.

How Much Caffeine is in Matcha?

A typical cup of green tea falls in the range of 25-45 mg of caffeine per 8oz. cup. That’s less than black tea, which is usually 45-75 mg per 8oz. cup. And far less caffeine than coffee, which has between 80-110 mg per 8oz. cup. But don’t generalize too quickly, matcha green tea has 60-70 mg of caffeine per 8oz. cup!

Does Green Tea Have Caffeine?

Green tea naturally contains caffeine, but there is a surprising amount of nuance between different types. How the tea is grown, processed, and steeped affects the caffeine content. Just by learning how the tea is made, you’ll know which teas have higher amounts of caffeine. And different methods of brewing your tea will give you control over the caffeine content in your cup.