Introducing Teasia’s International Series

Explore the Natural Flavors and Fragrant Aromas of Teasia Teas.

Teasia’s teas are selected from the highest grade tea leaves and processed naturally so you can enjoy the purest of flavor in every cup.

  • Enjoy our 100% Natural Teas
  • Premium Quality (in Kcups!)
  • No Artificial Additives
  • High in Antioxidants

Sip local, brew global! Take a trip around the world with Teasia’s International Series teas without leaving the comfort of your own home. Each tea has been selected for their unique geography and quintessential flavors from the popular British Earl Grey Tea and English Black Tea to the South African Honeybush Tea and Japanese Genmaicha Green Tea. Our Teasia International Series blends together teas from all different continents to give you a taste of what the world has to offer straight from a convenient K-cup.

This series has 3 caffeinated teas and 1 caffeine-free tea:

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Genmaicha is a traditional Japanese green tea that is also known as “popcorn tea” due to the grains of rice that pop during the roasting process. The roasted rice lends to a rich and nutty aroma that blends perfectly with the fresh flavor of green tea.

Earl Grey Tea

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Earl Grey Tea is a timeless classic that first became popular in England. Black tea is flavored with oil of bergamot, adding a sweet and light citrus aroma. The pleasant and fresh finish after each sip makes Earl Grey a perfect afternoon tea.

English Breakfast Tea

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English Breakfast Tea is one of the world’s most popular black tea blends recognized by its robust and full-bodied flavor originating from Assam, Ceylon, and Kenya. We added a twist to this classic by adding Taiwan Black Tea leaves to the traditional blend. Enjoy with a splash of milk for a creamier texture.

Honeybush Tea (Caffeine-Free)

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Honeybush Tea is cultivated during the flowering period of the honeybush plant, which is only grown in small areas of South Africa. This naturally caffeine-free tea has a distinctive honey taste and is commonly enjoyed with milk and sugar or on ice!
Not sure which flavor you like best? We have a variety pack where you can try all four flavors! Shop Now. Let us know which flavor you love most on the comments below!

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Teasia Black Tea Contest!

We have got another contest for our awesome followers! Guess the number of Black Tea k-cups in the bowl and win a Floral Variety sampler!

There will be 5 lucky winners!

Follow us on our social media accounts and enter on Instagram or Facebook today. Contest ends at the end of the month so hurry and share with your friends.

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RULES: -Must be following @Teasiateas -Must like post & tag 3 friends! -Comment below with your answer. -One guess/entry per person. -Cannot submit guess/entry on multiple social media accounts. -Only eligible in the Continental U.S. -If none guess the exact number of Teasia Black Tea K-Cups, the closest 5 without going over will be the winners. -Winners will be announced and notified via DM. Winner has 7 days to claim prize or else another winner will be selected. **Contest ends Friday June 30th, 2017. Your account must be public in order to win. All participants must be 18 years of age or older. No purchase necessary to enter or win. We reserve the right to cancel giveaway at any time without notice.  Good luck!!!

Sparkling Rose Black Tea Punch Recipe

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Just in time for Mother’s Day, we have a wonderful recipe to share with everyone. This punch is perfect for brunch or any get together. Here are the ingredients that you will need:

4 Teasia Rose Black Tea kcups (makes a total of 8 cups)
1 (16-ounce) package frozen strawberries
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup crushed ice
1 cup club soda or ginger ale

Optional: Fresh mint, fresh strawberries

Serves 6-8

Instructions:
Brew 4 Teasia Rose Black Tea kcups twice per kcup for a total of 8 cups. Refrigerate for at least an hour, until chilled.

  1. In a blender, blend frozen strawberries, sugar and crushed ice until smooth.
  2. Stir into chilled tea (strain if necessary).
  3. When serving, stir in club soda/ginger ale.

Garnish: Chop up fresh mint leaves and fresh strawberries.

Share your favorite recipes below that include tea below. For additional recipes, check out our Pinterest account.

 

Cook, Relax and Garden with Tea

Start your day with a nice hot cup of tea or brew some tea and add some honey and lemon to soothe a sore throat. Tea is not only meant for drinking, but have you tried to use it in other ways? There are many alternative uses for tea, and if you have any stale tea leaves laying around the cupboard or have our Teasia teas kcups, you can reuse the tea leaves inside for something useful around the house!

Below, you will find a few ideas on what how to use tea leaves for other purposes. If you have any household tea remedies you would like to share, please email us!

Cooking

Have you ever tried cooking using tea infused flavors? There are restaurants out there that use tea as an ingredient to flavor dishes or even tenderize proteins.

To tenderize meats, use our Teasia Black Tea for a few hours (best overnight) before you roast or grill the meat. Yum!

Seasoning: Ever wonder what you can do with already steeped tea leaves? Try our Teasia Oolong Tea or even Teasia Green Tea leaves to add some extra flavor to your morning breakfast omelet and add it to your favorite stir fry dish for dinner.

Now for our favorite, try adding your favorite tea flavor with cream to make ice cream. If you’re not feeling for a cold treat, try adding some coconut milk to your tea for a creamier texture or even your favorite fruit juice. The ideas are endless.

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Removing Odor

Tired of buying expensive chemical filled spray to cover up odors in your home? The good news is that tea leaves are highly absorbent and will be to attract the smelly odor from your carpet in no time. Try to sprinkle some dried or steeped tea leaves (make sure they’re dry as you do not want to leave any drippy stains) on your carpet and let it sit for at least 20 minutes. Vacuum and you will notice the odors are long gone.

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Gardening

Now we are moving onto the outdoors. Tea leaves are a great way to add nutrients naturally to your plants as well as helping out the environment in your compost pile.

The naturally acidic tea leaves will thoroughly be enjoyed by your plants . If you have tea bags that have been steeped, throw the whole thing into the pile. If you use our Teasia tea k-cups, you can open up the foil and take out the tea leaves (after brewing) and put it in your compost pile. You may also recycle the k-cup in the appropriate recycle bin.

An additional way to use tea leaves are when you water and feed your plants. If you have some extra tea in your mug, do not pour it down the drain. You may water your plants with the tea. After brewing your Teasia tea, open up the k-cup and use the steeped tea leaves to scatter across your garden or potted plant. This extra layer will help feed your plants naturally.

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Remember, for every box of Teasia tea you purchase, a portion of its proceeds go to charity.