Refresh Your Health. Drink Tea With WooCommerce.
One of my New Year’s Resolutions was to cut back to one coffee per day.
I’ll be honest with you, so far it sucks.
If you’re trying to do something similar, perhaps a switch to tea might ease the transition? (I sure hope so).
Luckily, a bunch of savvy entrepreneurs are using WooCommerce to sell tea online and spread the word about the health benefits of tea.
WooCommerce Tea Businesses
Short and Stout Tea Company
Short and Stout Tea Company is a speciality tea shop in Guilderland, New York.
Check out Short and Stout’s online store where you can find a wide range of whole leaf teas, including black, green, white, oolong, Pu-erh, as well as tisanes (teas that aren’t made from a tea plant).
Short and Stout’s informative blog is a great place to learn a range of new things about tea, like what a breakfast tea is, or how to choose the right tea for you.
The Art of Tea
The Art of Tea is a Tasmanian tea business, that sells both wholesale and via their online store.
Their teas can be found in a range of cafes and retail outlets in Tasmania and on the mainland, including the famous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart.
The Art of Tea have some beautiful and unusual accessories on offer, such as owl and tea-house shaped infusers. My favourite thing on The Art of Tea web store is their Tasmanian Wildlife Range of teas.
Tahoe Teas, a business inspired by founder Mateja Lane’s childhood gathering fresh and organic ingredients with her grandparents in Slovenia, is based in the beautiful Tahoe City region of Northern California.
You can check out the Tahoe Times section of the website to read about Mateja’s experiences running her tea business.
Tiesta Tea have the most wonderfully colourful website. Some of their web copy is so well written, I feel like it’s speaking directly to me…
Tiesta Tea is sold in a range of well known stores, such as Safeway and Target.
But of course, you can also purchase their Energizer, Slenderizer, Immunity, Relaxer and Eternity ranges via their online store. Each tea is colour coded, so that you know its function (e.g. Energizers are red, Immunity teas are yellow).
Like the other tea businesses featured in this post, Tiesta Tea has a blog full of helpful info, such as recipes, health facts about tea and brewing advice. Who knew there were so many ways you could drink and eat tea!
Whether you’re an experienced tea lover, or just getting started, the four tea businesses above offer some great opportunities to expand your tea horizons.
And if, like me, you’re trying to cut back on or quit coffee, I really hope these teas can help!