The Pacific Northwest is widely known as a coffee capital but tea is also well represented—not surprising when you consider our typically cool, cloudy climate. Portlander Teri Gelber drew upon her background in food and art to create T Project: hand blended, small batch organic teas and botanicals inspired by song and friendship. Both the process and product are imbued with care and quality—the sourcing of ingredients, the layering of flavors, the colors and textures, and the final artful presentation. Three ounces of loose leaf tea comes beautifully packaged in recyclable tins wrapped in Japanese papers.
Something Fine: Chamomile, Oregon spearmint, fennel + anise seeds, fennel oil
White Light, White Heat: White peony tea, green tea, cranberries, lemongrass, rose hips, orange peel, cinnamon
Wild is the Wind: Chinese green tea, Northwest cedar tips, star anise, spices, Oregon peppermint, roses, vanilla bean
Green Green Grass of Home: Japanese Sencha tea, Oregon peppermint, spearmint