Mar. 25th, 2015

Steep History: Sencha Tea


Steeping tea can seem downright boring, especially when you’re anxious for your next glass. Today, however, we would like to present a new waiting option, and a new series to our blog: Steep History! This new series will offer you a crash course in the history of fabulous teas in just the time it takes to steep a cup. Today’s topic is, of course, Sencha green tea.

Written By Joe Clark
Mar. 20th, 2015

Welcome Springtime with Flower Teas


March 20th marks the beginning of spring on the 2015 calendar. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the birth of spring than with the delightful freshness of our flower tea collection! Full of vibrant colors and unique flavors, these herbal teas offer something for everyone!

Written By Haylee Meyers
Mar. 17th, 2015

6 Uses For Used Tea Bags


The Earth has a finite amount of resources, and conserving and renewing resources proves both useful and necessary. So how can tea drinkers do their part to reuse and conserve resources? We’ve compiled a list of ways to get the most out of your tea bags, recycling and enjoying all that they have to offer.

Written By Joe Clark
Mar. 13th, 2015

PersonaliTeas: The Extrovert


The tea you love is a reflection of your personality – that’s the idea behind our PersonaliTeas series. In our first post, we’re focusing on the teas that best suit our most outgoing personalities – the extrovert!

Written By Haylee Meyers
Mar. 3rd, 2015

8 Teas To Get Ready For Spring


As the classic idiom states, “March comes in like a lion, and out like a lamb.” Sure, the phrase refers to the weather patterns of leaving winter and entering spring, but at Buddha Teas, we see it as a guide for the month ahead. Compiled below is our list of tea combinations sure to start your day strong like a lion, and finish with ease like a lamb.

Written By Joe Clark