ASHEVILLE TEA COMPANY BLENDS LOCALLY-SOURCED, SEASONAL BOTANICALS AND HIGHEST-QUALITY TEAS SO YOU CAN ENJOY A LOVELY CUPPA MORNING, NOON & NIGHT.
Steeped by our desire to bring locally-sourced brews and “everyday tea culture” to Western North Carolina, founder Jessie Dean began her vision for Asheville Tea Company in 2015.
As a West Asheville mom, keen traveler and outdoor enthusiast, Jessie is on a mission to combine her love of a good cuppa with her passion for the area's unique ingredients.
We care most about delicious, clean and healthful products, unique flavors and supporting our area's farms and businesses. In partnering with regional farmers and proprietors, Asheville Tea Company blends cleanly-grown, sustainably harvested botanicals and small batch artisanal offerings to bring the flavors of Asheville into each of our handcrafted teas.
Asheville’s strong farm-to-table and craft beverage culture inspires us as small business owners and we are excited to bring our love of craft teas to your home!
WHERE TO FIND US:
We sell our range of teas at local tailgate markets and cafes in and around Asheville.
Steep your daily adventure with The Other Craft Brew!
BLENDED BY HAND IN SMALL BATCHES, USING THE FINEST INGREDIENTS FROM LOCAL FARMS AND BUSINESSES.
We love what we do. Our teas and tisanes are blended with care in our certified kitchen in the foothills of Mount Mitchell State Park. All care is taken to maintain the flavors, aromas and fine qualities of our tea.
Yaupon (a type of holly) is North America’s only native “tea” plant and the only edible caffeinated plant indigenous to the Southeast.
Used by Native Americans, it is high in antioxidants and theobromine, which is the same euphoric substance in dark chocolate. And it's slightly lower in caffeine than black or green tea.
To brew, use boiling water and steep for about 5 minutes.
Tea drinking in China dates back to more than 4,000 years ago. Camellia sinensis (tea) leaves are minimally processed to remain delicately aromatic and naturally stimulating.
To brew, boil water and let the kettle rest a bit (160-180ºF is ideal) and steep for about 2-3 minutes.
Oxidizing tea gives a darker color, concentrates the caffeine and makes for a more robust flavor. Black tea with a splash of milk keeps Commonwealth nations running.
To brew, use boiling water and steep for about 2-3 minutes.
Blended with enormous care and showcasing Western North Carolina's finest array of unique flavors and beneficial herbs. Our tisanes are caffeine free, promote healthful wellbeing and are the perfect comfort when you really need a lasting relaxation session.
To brew, use boiling water (let the kettle rest a bit) and steep for 5-10 minutes.
FARMS & PARTNERS
We love our local faRmers. Local means fresh
and we love our fresh botanicals.
Serenity Knoll Farm
Gentle Harmony Farm
Cedar Grove Blueberry Farm
Cedar Grove NC
Way Of Life Farm
Table Rock Tea Company
Table Rock SC
ASI Yaupon Tea
Lake Lure NC
Maple Spring Gardens
Cedar Grove NC
In The Media
"Asheville Tea Co Opens, Focuses on Local Ingredients"- Asheville Citizen Times
'Beer Scene Inspires Asheville Tea Company'- WLOS ABC News 13
'Farm-to-Table Tea'- Fresh Cup Magazine
"Steeping it Real: Asheville Tea Co. Sources Local Ingredients" - Mountain Xpress
'Tea Time'- Capital at Play Magazine
Contact us for ONLINE orders or wholesale inquiries Below.
We can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
We love meeting our customers and hearing your tea stories.
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Make a reservation for afternoon tea
Join us for our special monthly Sunday Afternoon Tea with Ivory Road Cafe and Kitchen. Price is $27.95 per person and includes tea tastings and discussion, and a full Afternoon Tea service with personal pot of tea, scones, Devonshire cream and jam, traditional English finger sandwiches and tea-inspired desserts. Reservations and 50% deposit are required and can be made by clicking the link below, or by calling Ivory Road at (828) 676-3870.