A 30-year-old time capsule was unearthed in downtown Portland this morning! They opened it up to reveal the 50 items that represented Portland in 1984. Guess whose Peppermint tea bags had been “stash”ed away?
Our 2014 Japanese Shincha is here!
Shincha Green Tea is the year’s first harvest of Japanese Sencha Green Tea. The beautiful, bright green leaves produce a tea with a smooth, silky taste—fresh, bright, and satisfying.
We’ve ordered a limited supply, so once it is gone, there is no more until next year! Shop now »
Happy Mother’s Day! Featured above are photos of our Stash Tea staff with the special people in their lives—their children and their mother. Here’s to the moms!
Nothing says spring like these pastel bone china tea cups! Mix and match your perfect set »
Today’s Portland forecast: sunshine bliss! Stop by our revamped Mississippi tea bar for a shaken iced tea.
Découpage Easter Eggs
An easy, hassle-free way to decorate Easter eggs! Use any napkins with fun designs or patterns.
- Hard boiled eggs
- Egg white, lightly beaten
- Pastry brush
- Open up the napkin and separate the printed layer from the white layers.
- Brush your egg with egg whites and place your napkin on the egg. Gently smooth it out, until it covers the entire egg. Brush over the napkin with egg whites.
- Cut off any extra napkin and brush down the edges. Lay the egg on a paper towel to dry.
We dyed eggs in our tea and got some unexpected results! Learn how to make your own naturally colored Easter eggs by following our easy directions.
Decorating eggs this year for Easter? Last year we dyed ours with tea! They came out looking like little planets or dinosaur eggs, depending on who you ask :)