What is your favorite company to buy your tea from?

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  1. freespiritdhippie profile image61
    freespiritdhippieposted 6 years ago

    What is your favorite company to buy your tea from?

    I am an avid tea drinker. I love all different kinds whether they are herbal, green, white, black, or fusions. Any other tea drinkers out there? What is your favorite tea company to order from and why?


  2. ThompsonPen profile image79
    ThompsonPenposted 6 years ago

    I try and buy local, or I get it from a bulk tea place and make my own blends. But when I'm not doing that, I have to say I'm a sucker for Yogi tea. I love their little tea bag fortunes, and I find they're more often than not applicable, or just simply make me smile. And really, a smile ought to go with each bag of tea.
    An important thing to remember, is never to decline an offer of tea from a friend of the earth.

    1. freespiritdhippie profile image61
      freespiritdhippieposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I'm also a sucker for Yogi tea! A couple of their blends have made it to the top of my favorites list. I need to try my hand at making my own blends... It's something I haven't done yet!

  3. Lee Tea profile image92
    Lee Teaposted 6 years ago

    Well, my favorite tea company is my own Lee's Teas, although that miiiight be a bit biased... but all our teas do use certified organic and fair trade certified ingredients, teas and herbs at the peak of their potentcy, and we got our start nearly 10 years ago blending herbal teas for medicinal effect which is my true passion, so I know my herbal teas will always pack the punch I want smile

    In a more unbiased light, I get my bulk teas, essential oils, and ingredients online from Mountain Rose Herbs because of their organic, fair trade, and eco-friendly qualities, and also their superior product quality.  Frontier Organics has good quality and an eco-friendly bias, but their prices can be unreasonably high in some instances.  I also use my local co-op and herb shops.  I don't buy tea in grocery stores because your $2-$4 boxes of tea are usually bagged-up bottom-of-the-barrel shake, but as far as that goes, Yogi tea at least uses the proper herbs for the health benefits each tea promotes.

    What kind of tea do you like to drink, freespiritdhippie? Happy to find a like-minded spirit here on HP.

    Be well, Drink on! Cheers!

    1. freespiritdhippie profile image61
      freespiritdhippieposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I also try to shop locally for my teas when I can. Some of my favorite loose leaf blends come from Teavana, although their prices can get a little unreasonable. I also like Stash, Yogi, and Republic of Tea. I'll have to give your tea a try though!

  4. jprice90 profile image61
    jprice90posted 6 years ago

    I always drank Arizona Green Tea. But I started to get away from it, alot of junk in it. I drank Green Tea like no other lol, ALOT.

  5. profile image0
    Garifaliaposted 6 years ago

    Most British tea companies are have tea with a  wonderful aroma.
    Haven't got a favourite because I'm a coffee freak.

  6. Opulent1 profile image61
    Opulent1posted 6 years ago

    The republic of tea, which is great. I love their gingerpeach flavor, hot and cold. The site is www.republicoftea.com.

  7. Lisa Jane39 profile image85
    Lisa Jane39posted 13 months ago

    My favorite tea company is Stash Tea, it is an online tea company. I love it because they have tea leaves that is not expensive. I have trouble finding tea leaves in stores so this is the perfect solution for me. Also they have a vast variety of tea bags or leaves to choose from. You can also buy food and tea accessories for the right price. The website is stashtea.com.


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