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. TheGlobal Tea Exchangewill 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
durable. 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 aTravel Tea Infuser during the month of September and we'll throw in 1 oz of Kumaon Black for free!
India Tea TripsWe have solidified the itineraries for both of our annual trips to India!
This year we are offering two trips:India Tea Toursaimed at industry professionals and ourKumaon Tripwhich will explore the culture and teas of remote Himalayan communities. Early bird prices available now. Learn morehere...
Northwest Tea FestA 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 morehere...
Join us on Instagram - Specials and Giveaways
Share some of your favorite tea inspired moments! Join us onInstagram 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