Fresh Loose Leaf Tea for Every Season

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Stone Leaf Teahouse’s

Tea of the Month Club

Two new kinds of fresh loose leaf tea every month!


Now you can get the freshest, top quality loose leaf tea delivered directly to your doorstep!  Members of Stone Leaf Teahouse’s Tea of the Month Club will receive 25 grams of two different teas every month.  That’s 50 grams of tea every month!  All of the selections will be carefully chosen for freshness and seasonal variation.  The experts at Stone Leaf Teahouse will put together a package containing the perfect teas for that time of year, ensuring an optimal steeping experience.  This is a great way to learn about different teas and their seasonality, try new teas without the risk, and find new favorites!

Each  monthly package will be accompanied by an exclusive email newsletter containing information, pictures, and detailed brewing instructions.  This is a great opportunity to learn about some of the best teas in the world from the comfort of your own home.  Choose from a 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month plan.  All taxes and shipping are included in the price.  All packages are sent out by the 15th of each month.  For more info or to sign up, click here.

Tea of the Month Club’s

Inaugural Package

Be part of history, become one of the first to join Stone Leaf Teahouse’s Tea of the Month Club!  The first packages will be sent out by March 15th.  Straddling both winter and spring, the last two weeks of March and the first two weeks of April can be a tumultuous time.  Mud, snow, slush, new life struggling to emerge, and longer days inching towards inevitable spring.  Its hard to tell if winter will make a comeback in March or if we will easily slide into a warm, green spring so the first Tea Club package will cover all the bases with two fantastic winter harvest oolong teas from Taiwan.

Li Shan Winter 2011

Li Shan Winter 2011

This delicate and fragrant green oolong from one of Taiwan’s highest tea growing regions is a wonderful way to greet the new spring.  Light and refreshing, this prized winter harvest tea will clear away the cobwebs of a long winter and have you ready for spring frolicking in no time!

Muja Tie Guan Yin Winter 2011

Muja Tie Guan Yin Winter 2011

Named after Guan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion and Mercy, this fully roasted oolong tea from the Northern Taiwan township of Muja is a perfect companion for a snowed in afternoon next to the wood stove.  Rich caramel flavors and a hint of smoke and flowers is the perfect combination to combat the last blasts of winter.



Members will receive a more in depth description of each tea along with detailed brewing instructions around the time of the package’s arrival.  Stay tuned for news of the April/May Tea of the Month Club package!

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