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Not much can compete with a freshly brewed cup of tea. It seems simple: boil the kettle and add a tea bag or scoop of tea leaves (if you’re feeling fancy) to a cup of hot water and let it brew. Maybe splash in some milk, maybe some honey. Not much else to it, right? Wrong, as we’re about to find out.

Tea growing and making is an art form. It takes a lot of skill and mastery to harvest and blend the perfect cup of tea. We don’t often tip our hat to those who work hard behind the scenes, but when you’re enjoying that much-needed moment of stillness in the afternoon, you can thank tea farmers like Will Leckey and Ron Ford. It’s their deep respect and care for the tea, as well as their passion for the environment, that you can taste in your tea.

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