Stash Tea, a Portland, Oregon-based business, has been around for nearly 50 years. Their mission has been to “surprise and delight your taste buds with best-in-class ingredients and diverse flavors that brew bold and bright.” They have more than 150 teas for you to choose from, and you’re sure to find one you’ll love. Stash Tea is a certified B Corp brand and their teas are Non-GMO.
I received complimentary Stash Tea in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.
I love tea and was excited to receive a wonderful assortment of Stash Teas to review, with flavors of Fall, Chai varieties, including a new Golden Turmeric Chai, and 4 beloved teas now available online and at select Target™ stores.
Stash Tea’s Limited Edition Fall Flavors are back with flavor varieties of the Autumn season: Maple Apple Cider Herbal Tea, Cinnamon Vanilla Herbal Tea, Pumpkin Spice Decaf Black Tea, and Cranberry Pomegranate Herbal Tea.
Included with my box of tea goodies were a few Stash Tea recipes, so I decided to try:
Maple Apple Cider Tea Latte
- ½ cup water
- 3 bags Stash Maple Apple Cider Tea
- 1 cup milk*
- ground cinnamon to taste
Bring ½ water to a boil and pour ½ cup into a glass (or large mug)
Steep 3 Stash Maple Apple Cider tea bags for 3 minutes, then remove tea bags
Froth 1 cup of your choice milk
Pour frothed milk into the glass (or mug). Stir a bit to combine.
Sprinkle with ground cinnamon and voila`!
*I used dairy milk, I assume a nut milk can be substituted as long as you can froth it.
This was an amazing drink! And so easy to make.
I also made Cranberry Pomegranate Herbal Tea, but I turned it into an iced tea. So delicious and refreshing! This would make a wonderful holiday drink to accompany your family feasts for the Fall and Winter season.
To find Stash Tea’s limited edition Fall teas, check the Stash Tea website – www.stashtea.com.
Four beloved Stash Tea flavors are now available at Target™, online and at select stores. These flavors include Lemon Ginger, Double Bergamot Earl Grey, Moroccan Mint, and Spice Dragon Red Chai. Moroccan Mint has been a favorite of mine for years, and the Double Bergamot Earl Grey is made with bergamot sourced from Calabria, Italy, and it’s deliciously full-flavored.
Stash Tea has a variety of chai tea blends, and their latest, Golden Turmeric Chai is an herbal tea, also known as a tisane. Blended with cinnamon, ginger root, turmeric, orange peel, cardamom seed, and clove, it’s the perfect drink to sip as you relax in the evening. Turmeric is a superfood and used holistically in Ayurveda.
I also received other chai tea blends and used the Double Spice Chai to make a latte in the same way as the Maple Apple Cider Latte recipe, swapping out the teas. Tasted better than a chai latte from a fancy coffee or tea shop, and it was so easy! Stash Tea has a lot of recipes using tea in beverages and baked goods on their website.
Stash Tea blends are found in so many varieties, you’re sure to find a favorite or two to add to your own tea collection. Knowing they’re Non-GMO and a certified B Corp, a commitment to meeting standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and accountability, gives them an added edge over other tea companies.
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