Stash Tea is proudly celebrating 40 years!
As we raise our tea cups to say “thank you” to our loyal customers and fans, we also honor our heritage in Portland, Oregon with our NEW! Limited Edition Anniversary Collection!
Surprise! We’re bringing you Daily Giveaways through October to celebrate!
Today’s Prize: Our Anniversary Collection (Stash Portland Mug, Stash Portland Blend, Stash Dark Chocolate Drops) Enter now »
Our Bed and Breakfast Guide features over 500 inns throughout the US and Canada, with a coupon for a FREE night’s stay! (See details for restrictions.)
For the month of September, we’d like to feature Chehalem Ridge Bed & Breakfast, located in Newberg, Oregon. Learn more about them!
What can you do in Newberg? Here are just a few ideas:
- Take a day (or more!) visiting a few of the 140 wineries located in the surrounding six American Viticultural Areas.
- Only 45 minutes away, make your way to the city of Portland and see the International Rose Garden, Japanese Garden and experience the city’s urban quirkiness, including numerous food carts, unique restaurants and breweries, and Powell’s Bookstore.
- Head for the rugged Oregon Coast and take the gorgeous drive up the coast on US-101; stop at Newport and visit the Oregon Coast Aquarium, or at Tillamook, famous for its cheese and ice cream.
- Love the great outdoors? The Columbia River Gorge with all its wonderful waterfalls, including Multnomah Falls, has lots of great hikes and scenic views to offer.
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.
Learn more about our mint »
Through July 1st, 2012, get 15% off your purchase at StashTea.com! Use coupon code ICECOLDT on the final checkout page. Offer details »
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13 feet of snow up on Teacup Lake Nordic! Our Teatime Trail signs are almost completely buried, but there’s never been a better time for a hot cup of tea.