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?
Today’s Portland forecast: sunshine bliss! Stop by our revamped Mississippi tea bar for a shaken iced tea.
Photo Credit: Hummingbird High
We are excited to share a delicious recipe with you from a local Portland blogger, Hummingbird High! These soft, dark chocolate chip cookies have a tasty twist, the butter is infused with the comforting flavors of Stash Earl Grey black tea. Yum!Read More
We’ve been snowed in at Stash Tea HQ! This only happens about once every 4 years here in Portland, so we’ve been playing hooky and making the most of it ;)
Our snow day essentials? Boots, a sled, a knitting project, a heater, and several cups of hot tea!
Stash Tea supports breast cancer fighters and survivors throughout the nation. Through our involvement in Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, we have donated nearly 200,000 tea bags to breast cancer survivors in 2013!
This weekend, we are a proud sponsor of the Komen Oregon and SW Washington race in our hometown, Portland, Oregon.Read More
Happy first day of summer!
Check out these behind the scenes photos from our iced tea photo shoot!
Portlanders, try these refreshing iced tea drinks at our Stash Tea Retail Store & Tea Bar on Mississippi Avenue.
Hey, local Portlanders! Have you been to our new retail store & tea bar yet? The store carries most of our specialty loose leaf blends and all of our bagged teas. We also sell a selection of loose blends by the ounce and offer a diverse collection of teaware.
But most importantly, we now make tea drinks too!
Open seven days a week, located at 4039 N Mississippi Avenue.
Brooke Weeber is the fantastic local artist who drew the cityscape of Portland featured on our Portland Collection. We got the chance to ask her more about her charming Pacific Northwest-inspired illustrations!
Where did you grow up and go to school?
I grew up in Oregon, primarily in Eugene and Salem. I went to college at the University of Oregon and got my BFA in oil painting. When I figured out that I wouldn’t be able get a job in my field, I moved to New York City to pursue a career as a Pastry Chef and enrolled at the French Culinary Institute.
How did you end up becoming an artist?
I was raised by a family who used art making as a wonderful way to pass the time and an important way to show personal creativity, so I grew up drawing and painting and quickly developed an interest in art. I realized in high school that there was nothing else I’d rather pursue, so I followed that path to the art program at the University of Oregon. I so often doubted my abilities when I was in college, constantly comparing myself to other students with more technical skill. It took me separating myself from the institution to really discover my own unique style and to be confident with my work.Read More