Stash Tea sources all of our mint exclusively from local Washington and Oregon farms, creating the freshest and most flavorful mint teas. We are proud of our Pacific Northwest roots! Learn more about our locally sourced mint here.
DIY Mint Ice
Decorate your summer drinks with fun and colorful ice! Try these easy-to-make cubes the next time you host a summer party.Read More
A pitcher of mint iced tea is an easy way to cool off no matter how hot it gets. Use mint from your garden or one of our mint teas to beat the summer heat.
We source our mint from local farms, located here in the Pacific Northwest. Farmers send fresh mint straight from their fields to our blending room, where we cut it to make our teas.
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Stash Tea Presents a Pitcher-Perfect Summer!
Our iced tea guide is live! Browse through for brewing tips, drink + food recipes, and a few ideas on how to make your summer even better! Read it now.
Here’s a great idea for your next backyard BBQ…try a twist on the standard Mojito by making it with green tea. This is one of our favorite spring/summer cocktails!Green Tea Mojito
4 oz (1/2 cup) water
1 Mojito Mint Green Tea with Matcha tea bag
6-8 mint leaves
2.5 oz white rum
2 tsp sugar
Fresh lime, sliced or lime juice (to taste)
Heat up the water to around 175-180 degrees F, below it boils. Brew the tea bag in the hot water for 3-4 minutes. Remove and add sugar. Stir to dissolve. Let chill in the fridge.
Add mint leaves and lime slices (or just the lime juice) to the glass and muddle. Add the rum and tea, stir and then pour the entire drink over a cup filled 3/4 full with ice. Garnish with a lime slice and/or more mint leaves.
photo credit: Healthful Pursuit
This ice cream inspired smoothie recipe from Healthful Pursuits uses Stash Peppermint Herbal Tea to achieve a 100% natural, real mint flavor. Plus, it’s loaded with healthy ingredients for a super nutritious and DELICIOUS way to start the day!
Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothie
Vegan, Gluten free, Dairy free
Yield: 2 cups
1/2 cup boiling water
1 peppermint tea bag
1/2 cup non dairy milk
2 cups spinach
1 medium frozen banana
2 tbsp hemp hearts
6 ice cubes
3 tbsp non-dairy chocolate chips, divided
To be prepared at least 30 minutes in advance:
Steep the tea in the 1/2 cup boiling water until ready to use in the smoothie so that it’s really concentrated. Wait until the water has cooled, about 30 minutes or make the tea ahead the night before.
Place all ingredients but chocolate chips in your blender in the order of the ingredients listed.
Blend for 30 seconds or until smooth.
Drop in half of the chocolate chips and pulse quickly.
Pour into a cup and top with leftover chocolate chips.
This tea is a life changer. [old woman at heart]
Thanks for the love! It must be because our peppermint comes from local farmers here in the Pacific Northwest! (Learn more.)