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Iced Tea by Linda

Linda Appel LipsiusCo-Founder & CEOTeatulia 100% Organic Single Garden TeasAs the warmer months sneak up on us, many people will begin to drink iced tea instead of hot tea to cool off. One of my favorite iced tea drinks is an Arnold Palmer, with half iced tea, half lemonade. It is refreshing, crisp, [...]

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What a Cow Can Do For a Community

Dr. Kazi Anis Ahmed, the President and Co-Founder of Teatulia, always wanted to give back to his community in Bangladesh. In 2000, Dr. Ahmed and his family gave life to the Kazi & Kazi Tea Estate – which is where all of Teatulia’s organic teas and herbs are grown. As a part of the tea [...]

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Let's Talk About Peppermint...

Did you know there are over hundreds of different varieties of mint in the world?Peppermint is probably the most known of the mint varieties. It is a hybrid mint – a cross between spearmint and watermint. The plant is indigenous to Europe, but is now widely cultivated throughout the world.Most of the peppermint that we [...]

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What Can We Do To Help Reduce the Rocky Mountain Pine Beetle Blues?

According to the Colorado State Forest Service, there has been an outbreak of Rocky Mountain Pine Beetles since 1996, resulting in the loss of millions of trees in the Colorado forests. The beetles tunnel into live pines such as lodgepole, ponderosa, Scotch and limber pines and lay eggs. The larvae live off the tree from [...]

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A Tea Dilemna: Loose Leaf or Tea Bags?

When purchasing tea, you may have been confronted with the question of buying tea bags or loose leaf. Well, there are perks to both.Tea bags are great, in that they are convenient – excellent for on-the-go and traveling. Unfortunately, there can be many downsides to drinking bagged tea:- First off, tea bags usually contain [...]

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Tea Storage

In order to ensure that your favorite tea stays fresh as long as possible, it needs to be stored properly. Generally speaking, tea has five enemies: light, air, heat, moisture, and odor, each of which will cause the tea to gradually lose its flavor. The best way to keep your tea fresh is in an [...]

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Bangladesh: Where in the World?

BANGLADESH: WHERE IN THE WORLD?Linda Appel LipsiusCo-Founder & CEOTeatulia 100% Organic Single Garden TeasAll Teatulia Teas come from our tea garden in Bangladesh.When I tell people that our teas come from Bangladesh, 8 out of 10 times, they inevitably follow up by asking me where in India our tea garden is.Bangladesh is a country.India is [...]

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The World of Green: Musings on Green Tea

The World of Green: Musings on Green TeaBy Linda Appel LipsiusCo-Founder & CEOTeatulia 100% Organic Single Garden TeasNow, we all know that there are different types of tea out there: black tea, green tea, white tea, oolong, yellow tea (yes, there’s such a thing!), etc. Today, however, I will dive a little deeper and [...]

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Organic Food – What Does it All Mean Anyway (Plus Yummy Earl of Bengal Cookie Recipe!)

“Organic” is simply confusing. Consumers don’t know what it means and when they see it, they don’t know whether to trust it. That being said, sales of organic food have been growing rapidly – in the double digits – since 2000. Total US organic food sales in 2008 were between $21-$23 million, or 3.6% of [...]

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Teatulia Fills the Cups of Denver Diners

Official Press Release:ORGANIC “TEAS WITH A PURPOSE” COMPLEMENT THE OFFERINGS AT HOMETOWN RESTAURANTS AND SPECIALTY RETAILERSDenver, CO – January 26, 2010 – Teatulia, a sustainable, single garden tea company that has dramatically improved the lives of women, men and children in Northern Bangladesh where their tea is grown, is pleased to announce partnerships with nineteen [...]

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