- Oregon Tea Traders
The Victorian Era was an exciting time for tea in England and the Colonies. Tea houses sprang up, and the tea house became a place for women to gather outside the home. This freedom gave women the space to begin discussing other forms of emancipation, and became an important part of the movement towards political and social reform.
This blend is made with the types of tea that would have been available in Victorian England.
15% of sales are donated back to the historic Shelton McMurphy Johnson House in Eugene, Oregon.
Ingredients: Black Tea, Rose Petals
Brewing Instructions: 1 tsp tea | 8 oz water | 212° f | 3-4 min
Each tin contains 3.5 oz loose leaf tea.
About Oregon Tea Traders:
Tea is a way of life for Oregon Tea Traders owner Angela McDonald and her family. "Promoting tea is my way of promoting a better world." Her passion does not stop at simply drinking tea, she also explores and teaches about the world of tea through science, cultural traditions, health, and history. Her love of local agriculture has led to growing tea in her home of Oregon as well as working to encourage the domestically grown tea industry. She has proudly developed Oregon Tea Traders into a business that shares her love of community, health, and sustainability.