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The Weakest Link

In the tea industry we are only as strong as our weakest link. Our chain is growing as our numbers are growing. If that chained is pulled though, where do you think we could snap? It is a proven fact that a chain is indeed only as strong as its weakest link. Yes, we know this metaphor as it is used quite...

Historic House of Tea

Fascinated by the tea plant, and the history of tea for one entire decade now, I know there is still much yet to learn.  When I stumbled upon another aspect of tea and American history; I smiled to myself: so much lies beyond the leaves and so much exists because of the leaves. The true heart of beautiful...

Interview on WomensRadio.com

On October 15, 2013 Elaine Masters interviews Dharlene Marie Fahl on “Exploring tea rituals world wide” Dharlene ‘Marie’ Fahl is a world traveler who steeps herself in the tradition of tea. For more than a decade as a certified tea specialist, she has sipped in India, Asia, the...

Thai Tea – from Opium Fields to Tea Fields

Richly steeped in history, our beloved beverage, tea, has known a bit of a darker side that tied into the opium trade; but as in all darkness there is light.  In Northern Thailand, tea fields now prosper where opium poppies used to grow. I’d like to make two introductions to you from Northern Thailand; one...

My San Diego Senior Sippers

Has our “Greatest Generation” become a ‘forgotten generation?’ Anchorman, Tom Brokaw coined the phrase; GREATEST GENERATION. This refers to those born during The Great Depression and this generation – “rebuilt America into a superpower.” And now, for the most part, they have become a forgotten...

Tea of a Kind

It’s not enough to just source premium ingredients. In order to deliver a superior tea experience, Tea of a Kind must preserve the natural essence of our teas until you choose to drink them. We have done this with the patented Gizmo closure, which protects the beneficial characteristics of our teas from...

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