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Organic Cotton Tea Towels

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Brighten up your kitchen with these handmade sustainable tea towels $15.50

A colorful tea towel set can do plenty to add some life to otherwise bland kitchen decor. This set of two organic cotton towels, brightly colored in yellow and green stripes, is a case in point. Handmade using a blend of organic cotton (48%) and linen (52%), the towels will soften and become more absorbent over time. Produced by Linen World, this kitchen towel set is well-made, well-priced, and......read more

Tea Towel Set by Hudson Made

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Organic cotton/hemp tea towels sport old school graphics celebrating American craftsmanship $94.00

There may be murmurs that the so-called "heritage" or "Americana" trend is dead, but before the backlash really takes hold but if you ask us, any movement that is driven by quality, local manufacturing is good by us, forever. That includes the stuff on offer from Hudson Made, such as these tea towels made of a super-absorbent blend of organic cotton and hemp. The tea towels pay homage to......read more

Weaver's Coffee: Signature 3 Gift Set

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100% organic, fair trade-certified coffee crafted from a rich blend of high-altitude beans. $39.95

Using multiple roast levels to achieve its robust body, Weaver’s Organic Blend boasts bright flavor notes, and a natural, sweet chocolate, and caramel finish. The 100% organic, fair trade-certified beans roasted in San Rafael, California. Named "Best Organic Coffee" on the NBC TODAY Show, Weaver's Organic Blend is the new standard in handcrafted artisan coffee. If you're a coffee lover, you......read more

Zisha Coffee Set

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Sustainable design collaboration between JIA (China) and Gearlab (Taiwan) .

JIA Inc. partnered with Gearlab from Taiwan to create a one-of-a-kind coffee pot made from their native zisha and bamboo. Zisha, also known as purple clay, is natural clay unique to China, found around Taihu in Jiangsu during the Northern Song Dynasty (1000-1200 A.D.). When fired, the purple clay assumes a fine and sandy texture that retains the temperature of the tea held inside longer than......read more

Douglas Fir Spring Tip Tea

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The light citrus flavor of this wildcrafted tea from Juniper Ridge will surprise you $12.00

Tea made from Douglas Fir spring tips? Surely that would taste like, well, a tree? Not so. This selection from our friends at Juniper Ridge will surprise you with its light, lemony flavor and earthy aroma. Made from 100% Douglas Fir spring tips, sustainably harvested in the Pacific Northwest, this enlivening tincture offers the pure experience of a distinctly Northwestern wild herb delicacy.......read more

Rasymatto Teapot by Marimekko

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Hand-drawn, linked circle pattern inspired by woven rugs $98.00

Marimekko designer Sami Ruotsalainen found inspiration in traditional woven rugs to create this lovely, linked circle pattern for the Finnish brand's Oiva dinnnerware collection. Called Räsymatto ("rag rug" in Finnish), the hand-drawn pattern adds a human touch to a clean, simple teapot design. The three-piece porcelain teapot features a natural wood handle and a porcelain tea strainer......read more

Traveler Zita by Finum

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Enjoy loose leaf tea on the go with Finum's travelling tumbler $25.00

German engineering meets tea drinking with the Traveler Zita from Finum, allowing users make and drink loose leaf tea on the go. The insulated double-walled travel mug is made of FDA-approved Eastman poly, keeping beverages hot or cold for up to three hours. Simply screw on the lid to isolate the tea leaves from the water and control the flavor. BPA-free and dishwasher-safe, the Traveler Zita is......read more

Cat Spring Yaupon Tea

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Antioxidant-rich tea crafted in the USA from native plants $9.95

Native to much of southeastern USA, yaupon holly is a tenacious evergreen that was used by Native Americans for centuries to brew a delicious, antioxidant-rich tea. Texas sisters Abianne Miller and JennaDee Detro are tapping into that tradition with Cat Spring Tea, produced domestically using sustainably-grown, native Texas yaupon. Like maté, yaupon's South American cousin, the......read more

Geoff McFetridge: While You Were Steeping

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LA artist shows what can be done while waiting for tea

Bombarded as we are with thousands of advertising images in a day, it's always refreshing to see stuff that stands out. Like this short for Bigelow Tea, for example, which features multidisciplinary artist Geoff McFetridge [previously] painting a picture while he waits for his tea to steep. The piece is the first in a series called While You Were Steeping, asking "what can be created, imagined,......read more

Tea Party Threatens Climate Legislation

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Climate change doubt is an essential element of the Tea Party program.

The 2010 midterm election campaigns are in full swing, and Democrats are in jeopardy of losing many seats in both the House and Senate. Many of these positions could be won by candidates supported by the Tea Party, which wants less government and views climate legislation as just another federal power grab. In Indiana, where Democratic Representative Baron P. Hill spoke in defense of his......read more

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