Love Some Tea

Thailand is known for its stunning beaches, delicious food, and (though not as well known) tea. Most of the tea that comes from Thailand is produced in the north. Our first Thailand company sources only Thailand teas that comes from the tribes of Lahu, Lan Na, and Karen. They hand harvest the teas and use no fertilizers, herbicides, or other chemicals. 

Website: https://www.lovesometea.com/ 

Location:

  • Lynchburg, VA – Mountainview, CA – Chiang Mai, Thailand. Online Only.

Company Focus:

  • Wild grown handpicked teas flavored with natural fruits, flowers, oils

Social Media:

Most popular company tea(s)?

Does the company name have a meaning?

  • Our CEO came up with it on a call with the original founders, it embraces our ethos of a true love for tea and the Hill Tribe people that tend the tea plants.

Do you participate in any charities?

  • We donate to a variety of charities in both the US and Thailand. Our primary focus is benefiting the Hill Tribe farmers of Northern Thailand.

What is your (or any of your other co-workers’) favorite tea?

  • We are hooked on our Orange Oolong at the moment.

What are your thoughts on transparency in the tea industry?

  • There isn’t enough transparency from a standpoint of sustainability, clear product labeling, sourcing, chemical and pesticide use, etc. 

What role does tea play in our lives?

  • For us, tea really is life. 

Anything else you’d like to add?

  • We recently launched a new tea in partnership with the Grateful Dead called Grateful Tea

TeaTiff Picks: Tropical Sunset. A breeze blows past your cheek and brings with it the scent of tropical fruits. This tea will inspire thoughts of warm sandy beaches and a fruit stand. This tea has great tropical flavors that coalesce perfectly with the green tea.


Dark Coconut & Green Coconut

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