Cured Leaves Tea Co

Combine a black-owned, U.S. Army Veteran business with the mindfulness of yoga, and the many health benefits of tea/tisanes and you get one amazing tea company. Just reading her the Cured Leaves Tea Co FB page leaves one feeling empowered. A strong yet soft vibe that flows through everything right down to the packaging! Grab a cuppa, feel your spirits soar, and read along!

Websitewww.curedleavestea.com 

Location(s) Headquarters : Bel Air, MD, USA

Company Focus: Mindfulness 

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Does the company name have a meaning?: 

  • Cured Leaves Tea is directly aligned with our logo, the tree of life. The tree represents self, starting from a seed. Just like the tree, self goes through many transitions as it grows and evolve. Branches may fall off due to outward environmental changes. The roots may rot if not properly nurtured or grounded to earth. Sometimes self may get a little wild and needs trimming. Cured Leaves is a representation of self becoming whole and the Leaves are the fruits of our labor, our healing process that is shared with others.

Do you participate in any charities?  

What is your and/or your co-workers’ favorite tea?

What are your thoughts on transparency in the tea industry?

  • We are an ethical tea company with a social responsibility to ensure all teas are ethically sourced, organically grown, fair traded, that offers fair wages to their employees.

What role does tea play in our lives?

  • Tea is supportive and meditative. It helps us to be grounded, returns us to be center focused, and connects us to everything around us. Tea is a ritual and cultural.

Did you know that purple tea is the result of a genetic mutation in the Camellia Sinensis plant? This wonderful mutation is also called anthocyanin.

TeaTiff Picks: East African Currant. It’s hard not to pick a rooibos or honeybush tea since that is their origin but when I saw how beautiful this tea was I couldn’t pass it up. Not to mention it’s made with purple tea! A rare but wonderful treat!!!

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