- DISTINCTIVE FLAVOR & BODY: Kopili Assam is in a class by itself and has inherent natural flavor and body which cannot be replicated anywhere else. It's an excellent afternoon tea & goes well with milk. Enjoy this black tea hot or iced, sweetened or plain.
- LOOSE LEAF TEA: Stash Tea Kopili Estate Assam Black Tea is available as a 16oz. bag of loose leaf tea, perfect for brewing with a strainer, an infuser, even a French press! Enjoy our tea hot or iced, or use it to infuse sauces, syrups and baked goods!
- PREMIUM LOOSE LEAF TEA: All our teas, herbal, black, green, white or oolong, are of the highest quality. For delicious flavor in every steep, our loose leaf teas are packaged in resealable bags to keep them fresh, from morning chai to bedtime chamomile. State of Readiness: Ingredient
- THE STASH TEA COMPANY was founded in 1972, supplying loose herbal teas & bulk herbs to natural food stores. In 1975, we added bagged teas & began to sell a full line of traditional & herbal teas. Try our Chamomile, Peppermint, Earl Grey, Green Tea, & more
- Stash Tea: Brought to life in 1972 by 2 Portland hippies, we believe that tea is an opportunity to excite the senses and surprise your taste buds with a diverse range of bold flavors
Founded in 1972, Stash Tea Company originally operated out of an old Portland Victorian style house, supplying loose herbal teas and bulk herbs to natural food stores. Starting in 1975, the company broadened its focus to include bagged teas and then began to sell a full line of traditional, specialty blend and herbal teas directly to fine restaurants and through a mail order catalog to consumers. Today, Stash Tea Company is one of the largest specialty tea companies in the United States. The company derives its name from an entertaining aspect of tea folklore. In earlier centuries, tea was a valuable commodity traditionally transported by clipper ship. The ship’s captain often was presented with some of the finest teas for his personal use. This supply was his “stash,” stowed carefully as his “private reserve.” Today, the term is still used to denote anything put away carefully because of its preciousness.