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April 2018 Newsletter

April 2018 Newsletter
Through government sponsored initiative, local farmers attend a workshop with Desmond Birkbeck to learn about tea cultivation. 

Greetings from India!  We are back in Kumaon working with our friends as they bring one of India's oldest tea growing regions back to life.  Follow us @youngmtntea to see the adventure unfold.

While this area was one of the first places the British cultivated tea, Kumaon (bordering Nepal's western border) never boomed like Darjeeling and Assam. Today, vacant terraces mean that there are opportunities for young Kumaon farmers to enter the tea business and create their own reputation for the region - one based on high quality, unique, single origin teas.  Our Kumaon Black and Kumaon Whiteare two of the first teas from this area to be available in the west.  

Learn more about Kumaon's exciting future in an article we wrote for Fresh Cup Magazine: The Catalyst Behind Kumaon's Comeback. 

Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways 

Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to stay connected.

 

Hand Made Scarves 30% off

Our one of a kind scarves from Avani are on going on sale for spring! 

These hand dyed scarves are made using local plants - including tea.  We're are working with this women's weaving cooperative to see if tea can be inter-cropped between their indigo plants.   

These silk and linen scarves are usually $50 - but are on sale for $35 from April 16 - May 4th.  Use the coupon code "springscarfspecial" to redeem the offer.  

IndieGoGo Update

Our first Global Tea Fellow has hit the road!  Desmond will spend the next few weeks traveling in India meeting tea consultants, visiting processing facilities and meeting American companies. Learn about the Global Tea Exchange program here.

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  • Kumaon  - Tea Trip: Have you ever wanted to see where tea comes from? Meet the people behind the plucks and the processing and join us for 10 days on our 2018 Kumaon Tea Trip.

  • Every year we bring our customers to the homes and landscapes where our teas originate. Immerse yourself in homestays and experience India through all your senses. Contact raj@youngmountaintea.com for more information.

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    March 2018 Newsletter

    March 2018 Newsletter
    Indi Khanna admires the fields from his new factory nestled in the Nilgiri mountains of southern India. His factory, Tea Studio, will serve as a teaching facility for crafting specialty loose leaf teas. 

    Green Glorious Green...

    This month we are featuring one of our favorite Nilgiri green teas:  Green Swords. We'll include a 1oz bag for just $1 with your online order.  Use the coupon code swords1 to receive the discount.

    Nilgiri teas are bright and with a natural sweetness reminiscent of honey.  They are considered the best for making sun teas and iced teas because they are lower in tannins and difficult to over-steep.  

    Nilgiri teas grow year-round in India’s high-elevation tropical mountain range.  While the land under cultivation is only slightly larger than Darjeeling, production is four times as high.  Similar to Darjeeling, the area was first developed as a hill station for British soldiers to escape the hot Indian summers. Tea was first planted in 1835 and has flourished since then. 

    Unique to the Nilgiris, 70% of cultivation is done by independent small growers who typically own less than a hectare. They sell their harvested green leaf to factories for processing.


    March Special: Nilgiri Green Swords $1

    Indi Khanna (pictured above) is known for producing daring new teas from the Nilgiris. 

    This month try his Green Swords.  This tea was inspired by the Chinese green Dragonwell, and is made by flattening and then pan frying the leaf.  

    Add this tea for $1 using the coupon code swords1 (select the 1oz size). 

    Energize the Shoulder Season... 

    As we enter "mud season", treat yourself to some Young Mountain Tea vibrancy:

    Kumaon  - Tea Trip
    Every year we bring our customers to the homes and landscapes where our teas originate.  Immerse yourself in homestays and experience India through all your senses. Contact raj@youngmountaintea.com for more information.

     

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    Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram and follow @youngmtntea to stay connected.

    "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

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    February 2018 Newsletter

    February 2018 Newsletter
    Views from a Hindu temple overlooking the vast Himalaya a short walk from Chiripani - a 180 year old tea garden where the Kumaon White and Kumaon Black teas are grown.

    The Secret Life of Kumaon Black...

    Kumaon, the region alongside Nepal's western border was first planted with tea in the 1850s.  The tea plants thrived, but were too far from the ports to make plantation development feasible. The experimental plots were abandoned, leaving the young cuttings to grow wild.  However, beginning in the 1990s, the government took up a program to revive tea growth as a way to create rural livelihood opportunities.

    Desmond Birkbeck oversees the government’s efforts in his hometown of Champawat.  He also runs his family's own tea garden that contains some of the oldest tea trees in the region.  We've partnered with him to bring these unique Kumaon teas outside of India for the first time.

    Kumaon Black is a fine and even sorted black tea with abundant golden tips woven throughout.  It brews a deep amber color with aromatic flavor notes of caramel and chocolate.  Treat yourself to this unique taste  - for the month of February, get 25% off any amount of Kumaon Black.  

    We hope to keep your winters warm.  Enjoy!

    Tea of the Month - Kumaon Black
    25% off in 
    February kumaon black tea- indian organic tea- young mountain tea

     

    If you have not tasted Kumaon Black in a while, now is the time to try.  

    We recently starting getting a sorted version of this classic tea, one that includes a higher bud count (notice the golden tips in the fine body).  

    The tea brews a rich glowing amber color, with natural sweet caramel undertones - delicious as a black tea, or slightly sweetened with milk.   

    Enter the coupon code kumaonblack(at check-out) to get discount.

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      India Tea Tour

       

      Professional development for the tea industry.  April 7-20th, 2018

      India Tea Tours

      Offers a one-of-a-kind hands-on experience in the Nilgiris, Assam and Darjeeling for tea professionals and enthusiasts.  Learn about all aspects of the Indian tea trade including cultivation, production, tasting/evaluation, exporting, and biochemistry.

      Course content designed and taught by Nigel Melican, renowned tea consultant with 37 years of experience.

      Contact raj@youngmountaintea.comfor more information.

      Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways

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      Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to stay connected.

           
      "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

           

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      January 2018 Newsletter

      January 2018 Newsletter
      A "chaiwala" (person who makes and sells chai) at work. He serves the tea in traditional terra-cotta vessels - India's disposable cups that are smashed on the ground after use.

      Chaiwalas at work...

      Chai is India's national drink.  These beverage stands adorn every bustling roadside thoroughfare, the vendors turning their practice into performance with quick preparation and extravagant service.  Travelers, truck drivers, rickshaw peddlers and locals gather to get their small glass of sweet spiced brew.  Make a house-chai of your own!  We've included the pillars of a chai recipe below that can be adjusted to your liking.  Make your house smell of sweet warming spices...

      Resolved to travel in the new near?  Check our India Tea Tour - a trip to the heart of the Indian tea industry.  Designed for tea professionals and enthusiasts, we''ll travel to the Nigiris, Assam and Darjeeling with a comprehensive tea curriculum designed and taught by esteemed consultant Nigel Mellican.  Trip runs April 7-20th 2018. 

      This year we have several new gift items including Tea Gift Packages, tumblers, scarves and a new subscription program.  The hand woven scarves come from our Indian partners at Avani, and are made from natural dyed yarns produced in the weavers communities.  

      We hope you've got your hands wrapped around something warm.  Cheers!

       

      Home Chai Blend

      home made traditional indian chai recipe

      • Cardamom
      • Cinnamon Sticks
      • Ginger (fresh and grated)
      • Cloves
      • Black Pepper

      Simmer all the ingredients together on the stove, and keep adding water until the spices stop releasing flavor.

      Traditionally made with Assam tea (a stronger more bitter tea that can hold it's weight against milk, sugar and spices)  - we encourage you to try making a house-chai blend of your own with Assam, Kumaon Black or Nepali Golden Black.


      India Tea Tour



      Professional development for the tea industry.  April 7-20th, 2018

      India Tea Tours offers a one-of-a-kind hands-on experience in the Nilgiris, Assam and Darjeeling for tea professionals and enthusiasts.  Learn about all aspects of the Indian tea trade including cultivation, production, tasting/evaluation, exporting, and biochemistry.

      Course content designed and taught by Nigel Melican, renowned tea consultant with 37 years of experience.

      Contact raj@youngmountaintea.comfor more information.

      Tea Gifts and Accessories

      Share Young Mountain Tea with friends and family!  We have a number of tea treasure for the winter season: 

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        Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways

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        Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to stay connected.

        "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

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        December 2017 Newsletter

        December 2017 Newsletter

        Laughing with new friends in Chiripani, the 1850's tea garden that produces our Kumaon White. (Kumaon Tea Trip - 2017)

        Holiday Tea Specials

        As the winter months roll in we know your cups and pots are filled with your favorite brews.   We hope you'll consider sharing your love of teas with the people you care about and send the warm cup around.  

        This year we have several new gift items including Tea Gift

        tea gift set - holdiay gifts- young mountain teaPackages, tumblers, scarves and a new subscription program.  The hand woven scarves come from our Indian partners at Avani, and are made from natural dyed yarns produced in the weavers communities.  

        We would love to see how tea has brought you and friends together, or what snowbank you were sipping the teas in by sharing with us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea .

        Stay warm and drink up!

        Holiday Tea Gifts

        Share Young Mountain Tea with friends and family!  We have a number of tea bundles for the winter season:   

        Travel to Origin - Kumaon, Indiapc Deborah KnappEver thought about seeing for yourself where this tea comes from?  Join us on our Kumaon India Tea Trip 
          Dive into the heart of Young Mountain Tea.  We'll visit tea gardens, tour tea processing facilities, and meet the folks behind all aspects of production. 
            Early Bird registration special runs through December 15th. 


            We'd love to tell you more!  Please contact ingrid@youngmountaintea.comfor more information.

            Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways

            Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram and follow @youngmtntea to learn about monthly promotional discounts and specials, meet our Indian partners, and learn more about the world of tea.

            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

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            December 2017 Newsletter

            December 2017 Newsletter

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            Laughing with new friends in Chiripani, the 1850's tea garden that produces our Kumaon White. (Kumaon Tea Trip - 2017)
             

            Holiday Tea Specials

            As the winter months roll in we know your cups and pots are filled with your favorite brews.   We hope you'll consider sharing your love of teas with the people you care about and send the warm cup around.  

            This year we have several new gift items including Tea Gift Packages, tumblers, scarves and a new subscription program.  The hand woven scarves come from our Indian partners at Avani, and are made from natural dyed yarns produced in the weavers communities.  

            We would love to see how tea has brought you and friends together, or what snowbank you were sipping the teas in by sharing with us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea .

            Stay warm and drink up!

            Holiday Tea Gifts

            Share Young Mountain Tea with friends and family!  We have a number of tea bundles for the winter season: 

            Travel to Origin - Kumaon, India travel to india,guided tours, young mountain tea

            Ever thought about seeing for yourself where this tea comes from?  Join us on our Kumaon India Tea Trip 

            Dive into the heart of Young Mountain Tea.  We'll visit tea gardens, tour tea processing facilities, and meet the folks behind all aspects of production. 

            Early Bird registration special runs through December 15th. 

            We'd love to tell you more!  Please contact ingrid@youngmountaintea.comfor more information.

            Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways

            pc Deborah Knapp
            Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to learn about monthly promotional discounts and specials, meet our Indian partners, and learn more about the world of tea.
             
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

             
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            Eugene, OR 97440


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            November 2017 Newsletter

            November 2017 Newsletter

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            This farmer is sorting fresh picked tea leaves in Assam before arranging the leaves on screens where they are steamed over a wood fire, rolled, and finally dried. 

             

            Leaf Piles of Plenty

            As the rakes and leaf piles appear - it only fitting to pay tribute to our favorite leaf, one that produces the MOST consumed beverage in the world after water (any guess on #3? Answer at bottom).

            Tea comes from a tree called Camellia sinensis. Once new growth appears in the spring, farmers pass through the rows every 7 days selecting certain parts of the plant for processing.  It takes about 5 lbs of green leaf to make 1 lb of finished tea. Those leaves are carefully transported from field to factory where they are withered (to reduce water content), rolled (to break the cell wall), oxidized, and then dried. 

            In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we are including a free 1 oz bag of Kumaon Blackwhen you place an order of $15 or more in the month of November.  And if you would like to see for yourself where this tea comes from, join us on our Kumaon India Tea Trip (next trip is in May 2018).  

            Please join us as the tea season brews on with several upcoming tea festivals in Vancouver (Nov 4-5) and San Francisco (Nov 12) and LA (Dec 2-3). Bottomless cups on us! 

            (So what is the 3rd most consumed beverage in the world?... You guessed it... Beer).

            IndieGoGo Wrap-up

            Thank you everyone who supported our Global Tea Exchange initiative.  You helped us raise $15,000 - enough to move forward with developing a program to build the next generation of Himalayan tea makers. We’ll treat 2018 as the pilot year.  Stay tuned to see the program develop. 

            Kumaon Black -
            Tea of the Month 

            Desmond Birkbek kumaon black tea india young mountain teaKumaon Black has become the backbone of our tea collection.  Its fine texture and high bud count steep into a dark and rich amber colored body with caramel undertones.  We are the only known direct importer of teas from this region in the US. Learn more here...

            Buy $15 worth of tea in the month of November and we'll treat you to a 1oz bag of Kumaon Black for free!

            Travel to Origin - Kumaon, INDIA travel to origion, india, young mountain teaDive into the heart of Young Mountain Tea and see where the company began in Kumaon, India.  Visit tea gardens, step into tea processing facilities, and meet the folks behind all aspects of production. And along the way, you might find yourself rolling a stack of roti or getting caught in a game of cricket...


            Early Bird registration special runs through December 15th. 

            We'd love to tell you more!  Please contact ingrid@youngmountaintea.comfor more information.

            Tea Parties

            Let us keep your tea cups full!  Join us at one of our upcoming tea events:


            Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways

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            Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to learn about monthly promotional discounts and specials, meet our Indian partners, and learn more about the world of tea.
             
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir
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            October 2017 Newsletter

            October 2017 Newsletter

            makaibari estate, travel to india- young mountain tea

            Walking with guests through the tea gardens at the Makaibari Estate in Darjeeling.  
            "This is a garden of islands of tea (trees) surrounded by a sea of forest." - Rajah Banerjee

             

            Autumn Greetings

            With fall in the air we hope tea is in your cup. We've been keeping our tea-lights burning at both ends as the fall tea drinking season has begun. 

            Last week was an exciting time for Young Mountain Tea.  We returned from Seattle where we spent the weekend completely submerged in the buzz and bliss of bottomless cups of tea at the Northwest Tea Festival.  Just days before that, we launched our biggest initiative yet - The Global Tea Exchange, a two-way cultural exchange program including Himalayan homestays and international Fellowships for remote tea producers.  We've got a new line of packaging and special discounted prices on our India Tea Trips offered through Indiegogo - and would love your support.

            We love gushing over tea with all of you and hope you can visit us at one of the upcoming Tea Festivals in Vancouver (Nov 4-5) and San Francisco (Nov 12).  

            Enjoy endless sips on us.  Cheers!

            We're halfway there!

            Global tea exchange, sustainable tea- young mountain teaTake part in shaping the future of cross-cultural connections and direct-trade tea.  We have 20 days left to make the Global Tea Exchange a reality.  

            Exclusive specials on tea packages and India Tea Trips when you support the campaign here.

            India Tea Trip, Kumaon
            *reduced price (Oct 26) travel to india- young mountain tea

             

            Dive into the heart of Young Mountain Tea as we travel to Kumaon, India.  Be immersed in the culture and teas of our remote Himalayan partners. 

            Limited time reduced price offered through the Global Tea Exchange.  Trip package includes new line of teas and handwoven Avani scarf. Special prices good through Oct 26th.  

            Interested in joining?  Contact
             ingrid@youngmountaintea.com

            Tea Parties

            Let us keep your tea cups full!  Join us at one of our upcoming tea events:

            Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways


            Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to learn about monthly promotional discounts and specials, meet our Indian partners, and learn more about the world of tea.
             
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

             
            Copyright © 2018 Young Mountain Tea, All rights reserved.
            At one point you mentioned wanting to stay informed about the happenings of Young Mountain Tea and the world of tea in general; this is us following through and keeping you up-to-date.

            Our mailing address is:

            Young Mountain Tea

            PO 501

            Eugene, OR 97440

            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir


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            September 2017 Newsletter

            September 2017 Newsletter

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            Roughly 5 lbs or fresh picked green leaf translates into 1 lb of finished tea.  (photo: Sean Vierra)

             


            Global Tea Exchange

            This year we are getting poised to launch a new program. The Global Tea Exchange will address the isolation tea growing communities face through creating two-way cultural exchange.  First - we'll enhance our Himalayan homestay program to give mountain communities ways to host American tea drinkers.  Second - we'll provide international fellowships for remote tea produces to travel to the US and gain exposure to global markets. 

            Mark your calendars - our IndiGoGo Campaign begins September 26th.  Check back on our website to see how you can shape the future of Indian grown tea.

            Launch party 6-8pm at Sprout! (Springfield, OR).  We hope you join us.

            Tea Tumbler Special

            Our favorite infuser, this YMT branded tumbler is effective and

            tea tumblers- young mountain teadurable. Made with BPA-free plastic, it can easily fit into a backpack and travel with you to the trails, work or school.  Use it as a mini-tea pot and re-infuse leaves all day long.

            Purchase a Travel Tea Infuser during the month of September and we'll throw in 1 oz of Kumaon Black for free!

            India Tea Trips desmond tea producer- young mountain tea

            We have solidified the itineraries for both of our annual trips to India!

            This year we are offering two trips: India Tea Tours aimed at industry professionals and our Kumaon Tripwhich will explore the culture and teas of remote Himalayan communities.  Early bird prices available now.
             Learn more here...

            Northwest Tea Fest Northwest tea festival

            A feast for the tea fanatic, the Northwest Tea Festival features tea vendors serving samples from all over the world in addition to educational workshops and cultural presentations.  

            This 2-day festival runs Sept 30 and Oct 1 at the Seattle Civic Center.  $15 admission for both days.  Learn more here...

            Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways


            Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to learn about monthly promotional discounts and specials, meet our Indian partners, and learn more about the world of tea.

            (photo credit: Deborah Knapp)
             
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

             
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            At one point you mentioned wanting to stay informed about the happenings of Young Mountain Tea and the world of tea in general; this is us following through and keeping you up-to-date.
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir
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            Young Mountain Tea

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            Eugene, OR 97440


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            August 2017 Newsletter

            August 2017 Newsletter

            Farmer's Market in Rishikesh. (photo: Deborah Knapp)

             


            Summer's Bounty

            One month left of summer tea drinking.  The end of August marks a time when gardens begin to overflow in vegetable glory and farmer's markets burst with the fruits and flowers of the season. While tea is produced oceans away, we hope that you have enjoyed getting to know the people and stories behind the teas you use to nurture, enliven and gather.  

            As tea pickers and factory workers strike in Darjeeling, we are reminded that our decisions affect the future of the tea industry.  Thank you for choosing the cup of tea that represents your values. So drink with abandon friends.  Cheers.

            Eclipse Special

            eclipse oregon- young mountain tea
            On Aug 21, the moon will pass between the earth and the sun. With our home base on the Willamette River, we are just north of  the moon's projected "Path of Totality" and wanted to celebrate with our own special:

            Totally free tea on the total eclipse! 

            Visit this link on the eclipse and we'll send you 1 oz bag of tea for free.
             

            Welcome Tea Drinkers tea festivals- young mountain tea

            We just returned from the Portland Tea Fest and recently welcomed over 2,000 new enthusiasts to our community.  We are happy to introduce one of a kind, direct-sourced teas to your cups. 

            Learn about the people and placesbehind the teas you enjoy. 

            Tea Pickers Strike - Darjeeling darjeeling tea plucker strike- young mountain tea

            India's most famous and lucrative tea industry is at a stand still.  The Gorkhas, Darjeeling's Nepali speaking minorities, are on strike demanding a separatist state from the Indian government.  Much of the unrest is due to the unequal distribution of wealth created by the plantation style agriculture imposed on the region since British rule.  Read more here...
             

            Tea Travels 


            India TripsJoin us on one of our tea inspired trips to India and Nepal. Guests pick from the plants, walk the production lines, meet the producers, and drink tea all the while.  Learn more here..
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            Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways

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            Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments!  Join us on Instagram  and follow @youngmtntea to learn about monthly promotional discounts and specials, meet our Indian partners, and learn more about the world of tea.
             
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

             
            Copyright © 2018 Young Mountain Tea, All rights reserved.
            At one point you mentioned wanting to stay informed about the happenings of Young Mountain Tea and the world of tea in general; this is us following through and keeping you up-to-date.
            "The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir
            Our mailing address is:

            Young Mountain Tea

            PO 501

            Eugene, OR 97440


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