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 Trips
We 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 Fest
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 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