Stash Tea

In Tribute to Steven Smith

There are people who can see possibilities and potential in the places many of us miss. Their vision opens our eyes, and in this case, awakens our palates, to something that we now can’t imagine doing without. Steven Smith, a tea entrepreneur and visionary who was once described as “Merlin meets Marco Polo” by...

Stash Tea Goes Further in Protecting the Environment

PORTLAND, OR – ForestEthics today announced a new example of a growing trend of corporations avoiding the use of the logging industry’s ‘Sustainable Forestry Initiative’ (SFI) label, which is governed and financed by some of the biggest names in logging.  To date, twenty-five prominent brands including AT&T, United Stationers, Pitney Bowes and Allstate have...

Making Sure You Have Tea in a Clutch

Premium tea drinkers, faced by poor quality options in many restaurants and offices, have often resorted to carrying their own loose leaf. The rising sales of tea jars and on-the-go mugs, creative infusers and items like Thistledown Cozies’ Loose Leaf Tea Travel Kits, show that there is space for creative alternatives. Amsterdam’s six-year-old Tea...

Several Popular Tea Brands Listed in Bitcoin MegaStore

There are 247 tea selections among the 100,000 items in the Bitcoin MegaStore, an online marketplace where Bitcoin owners can exchange their Bitcoins for a wide variety of goods. The site launched in August. Popular brands like DoMatcha, Stash Tea Company, a Royal Tea from Newman’s Own, offerings from Numi Organic Tea, Zhena’s Gypsy...

North American Tea Championship Announces Packaged Single Service Winners

The North American Tea Championship (NATC) named 13 first-place winners in various categories of its Packaged Single-Service evaluation, which took place Nov. 14-15, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Championship is the only independent competition, judged by professional cuppers, to distinguish the highest quality and best tasting teas that are commercially available in the...

Innovative Iconic STASH Tea Brand Aging Well

PORTLAND, Ore. Stash Tea got its start with a handful of people selling loose-leaf tea out of a Victorian house in Portland, Ore., in 1972. Nearly 40 years later, the well-regarded tea company occupies a quiet slot in an industrial park in suburban Portland, where 100 employees busily manufacture tea for extensive North American...