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Tea Rebellion_Where is the Tea in Afternoon Tea?

Many of us tea lovers have discovered a love for different types of tea through the English tradition of “Afternoon Tea” or “High Tea“. And for this, we are of course forever grateful!In this blog, we daringly focus our attention on this most traditional of British traditions and pose the question” Where is the Tea in Afternoon Tea?First, let’s look at the origins… Read more

Tea Rebellion Tea Review

Tea Rebellion has a mission to rebel, raise, and trade tea! Rebel against how it is consumed and acquired. Raise the bar by providing authentic, quality tea. Trade directly with family farms and partners to provide a wholesome business practice. They strive to have relationships with the tea farmers and make sure that their farmers… Read more

Tea Rebellion_ Our Terrible Twos

Tea for 2 – Years Old!

Who of you has missed a big milestone (wedding anniversary is the classic but there are others – such as your company launch date!). To me October 17 was Tea Rebellion’s Two Year Anniversary, then Facebook reminded me that it was actually October 11. So, I am a few days late. Ooops – well this… Read more

Annabel Kalmar, founder of Tea Rebellion, Photo by PC Foo

When Tea Rebellion was approached by Daphne Gorden, writer for LiisBeth magazine, which focuses on activism, action and feminist practices, we were very intrigued. The article Daphne crafted from talking to several of our partner farmers, the founder and the core team focuses on trade transparency and our direct trade model. Read on to discover… Read more

Purple Leaf Tea on Nandi Hills in Kenya

One of the most frequent questions we get when new customers look at our tea selection is “What is Purple Tea”. We thought this topic deserves it’s own blog. So, what is purple tea and why should we be drinking it? Purple Tea is a cultivar of Camellia Sinensis Assamica. Its called Purple Tea because… Read more

Naglapa school with two kids

We (Tracy, Nishchal and Annabel) raised $10,000 with your amazing help through our crowdfunding campaign (#keepkidssafeandclose) to build a small school for the Kanchanjangha cooperative tea farmers kids in Nepal. The funds were raised end of 2018 and the school was build January to April 2019 and is now almost finished. That’s amazing and we… Read more

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