Stash Tea adds to its collection of newly launched Asian Pear Harmony and Sweet Honeydew green teas with an all-new fruit-infused tea blend—Elderflower Citrus white tea. Stash Tea's fruit-infused tea blends were developed to suit the palates of both new and seasoned tea drinkers, and may be purchased individually or as part of sets like ‘The Fruit Tea Experience’ and the ‘Fruity Green Tea Sampler Trio.’ This artfully blended trio is Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher, and made with all-natural, gluten-free ingredients.
Elderflower Citrus launched exclusively on stashtea.com in mid-January and will be available at brick-and-mortar retailers in Spring 2019. The introduction of Elderflower Citrus expands the white tea category in Stash’s line-up—a portfolio that includes a wide range of black, green, herbal, and oolong teas. Guided by thriving consumer interest in floral flavors, Stash’s teamakers spent hours carefully perfecting the subtle nuances of this special blend.
Stash Tea is showcasing Elderflower Citrus, Asian Pear Harmony, and Sweet Honeydew at this year’s Expo West, the leading trade event in the natural, organic and healthy products industry. Visit Stash Tea’s booth #805 at the Anaheim Convention Center from Mar. 7 – Mar. 9, 2019 to sample this unique trio.
Elderflower Citrus White Tea
The soft and distinctly sweet floral flavor of elderflower blossom pairs perfectly with white tea. The bright flavor of Japanese yuzu adds a fresh citrus note for a well-rounded and inspiring blend.
Asian Pear Harmony Green Tea
Simple but alluring, this light blend draws out the true beauty of Japanese-style green tea and juicy Asian pear. This tea will bring a melody to your heart and a calm to your soul.
Sweet Honeydew Green Tea
The subtle flavor of Japanese-style green tea is a perfect complement for the sweetness of ripe honeydew melon. Enjoy this refreshing blend hot or over ice for a cooling summer treat.
About Stash Tea
Known as a leader in innovative flavor blends, premium tea maker Stash Tea was founded in 1972 and is today a member of Yamamotoyama—the world’s oldest family owned and operated tea company. For decades, Stash Tea has placed value on delicious and unique flavors, crafting hundreds of inspiring blends in addition to classic tea favorites.
Drawing inspiration from a time when ships were tasked with transporting tea around the globe, the company is named after the captain’s most valuable “stash” of tea. A nod to the brand’s adventurous and worldly spirit, the compass logo is meant to inspire tea drinkers to look to their daily cup to help them discover their “true North” and a sense of balance in today’s busy world.
From the serene forests of Thailand to the misty hills of China, Stash responsibly sources high quality, all-natural ingredients from all over the world. Stash partners with farmers and suppliers who also believe that “doing it right” means more than just creating great tea; it’s sourcing the best ingredients with the consumer and the planet in mind.
As a Certified B Corporation, Stash cements their dedication to using thoughtful business actions by continuing to pursue green packaging, ethical sourcing, employee well-being, and community involvement to impact positive change both globally and at a local level.
Shop Stash teas at retailers throughout the United States and Canada and at stashtea.com.
- - -
Click for more eNews + Blog Archives
© All content + images copyright of news/blog providers.
- - -
NOTE: The inclusion of news or advertising in The Tea House Times publication, on our website, or in our online eNews does not constitute endorsement.
- - -
POSTS SPONSORED/PUBLISHED BY TheTeaHouseTimes.com
Weekly eNews is circulated via email. Join list at top of home page.
The Tea House Times is published 6x per year in print & digitally.
INFO - SINGLE ISSUES | SUBSCRIBE | ADVERTISE | CONTACT
SOCIAL MEDIA - Follow us @teahousetimes
TeaCourse.com | TeaEtiquetteCertified.com | TeaCourseFastTrack.com
ONLINE TRADE SHOW - TeaTradeShow.com
SHARE THIS ↓
Copyright The Tea House Times - https://www.theteahousetimes.com//tools/bg/tea