Stash Tea Introduces 4 New Teas

TIGARD, Ore. — Stash Tea, a leading specialty tea brand, has announced the addition of two green teas to their premium tea line—Sweet Honeydew and Asian Pear Harmony—and two herbal blends to their line of USDA Certified Organic teas—Organic Rainforest Chai and Organic Moringa Mint.

All four artfully blended teas are Non-GMO Project Verified and made with quality, all-natural ingredients. From fruit-infused green teas to organic teas made with powerful ingredients, find the one that’s perfect for you.

Sweet Honeydew —  The subtle flavor of Japanese-style green tea is a perfect complement for the sweetness of ripe honeydew melon. Enjoy this refreshing blend hot or over ice for a cooling summer treat.

Asian Pear Harmony — Simple but alluring, this light blend draws out the true beauty of Japanese-style green tea and juicy Asian pear. This tea will bring a melody to your heart and a calm to your soul.

Organic Rainforest Chai — You’ll feel as alive as the rainforest with every cup of this wild blend. Energizing and buzzing with flavor, the raw, earthy notes of guayusa, yerba mate, and black tea are set afire with spicy ginger and sweet cinnamon. Caffeine-free and made with 20% Fair Trade Certified ingredients.

Organic Moringa Mint — Known in parts of the world as the “tree of life”, moringa is a plant with a unique vegetal flavor. This unique blend combines the mellow, herbaceous notes of roasted moringa with uplifting Pacific Northwest peppermint. Caffeine-free.

Stash Tea launched a brand refresh in early 2018 and currently boasts a collection of over 70 tea bag and several hundred loose tea blends. Sourced from the finest growing regions, Stash partners with trusted farmers and suppliers to carefully select tea leaves, herbs, and spices from around the globe. As a proud B Corporation, using thoughtful actions to create a more sustainable future for the planet is part of Stash’s mission.

Shop these all-natural and flavorful blends at grocery stores throughout the United States and Canada, and online at

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