Wedding season is here! Among the 235 million things on the Bride’s to-do list, hopefully finding ways to Green their fairy-tale day is near the top. Going green doesn’t always mean spending green. You can find many simple and inexpensive tricks to take it easy on your pocket book while taking it easy on our environment at the same time. How about sourcing locally? Pretty much any food and drink that you require can be found locally. Contact your local micro-brewery for deals on beer or talk to your local producers at your farmers markets to see what they can supply for your food needs. Check out http://www.localharvest.org/ for a listing of producers in your area!
Also, source green. Finding an organic silk wedding dress might not be as realistic for one bride as the next, but everything you purchase and rent has an environmental and social impact. You might not be able to get the Green Credentials from every vendor you interact with, but you can at least do your part by asking questions.
Green Tea for a Green Wedding
Give your guests a green wedding favor that they can use. For any of us who have ever been to a wedding, we know that about 90% of the time we leave the wedding favors right on the table where we found them. How about giving your guests the gift of exquisite organic tea? Teatulia Tea Samplers are not only a thoughtful and decadent gift, but they are 100% compostable as well. With a color to match any wedding, these containers of premium organic tea are perfect for any loved one. Contact us for special pricing for your big day! email@example.com / 303-872-7680
Celebrate Earth Week with a 25% discount to ALL Teatulia Teas through our online store. Give an Eco-Friendly gift to your family and loved ones! Just enter code “EARTHDAY09” upon checkout to receive your 25% discount. Also, keep in mind Mother’s Day is right around the corner!!!
Teatulia is featured in World Tea News!
World Tea News – April 10th, 2009
Teatulia Hits Ground Running in U.S Expansion
The international brand of Kazi and Kazi Tea Estate Ltd. in Bangladesh, Teatulia is based in Denver but has been quickly securing distribution deals across the U.S. since its October launch.
The company’s products are now sold in approximately 10 shops in the Denver area and approximately seven locations around the San Francisco Bay Area. All their products are also sold online. According to Linda Appel Lipsius, COO in charge of launching Teatulia in the U.S., the company has also partnered with Whole Foods Rocky Mountain.
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We’ve had a busy week at Teatulia and it’s only Wednesday! You can now find Teatulia Teas in these lovely stores across the country:
Gaia Bistro & Rustic Bakery - “This charming wash park house turned restaurant offers a warm, inviting atmosphere to catch up with family and friends. A brunch lover’s haven” – Yelp Review
Now Serving Teatulia Black and Teatulia Green
1551 S Pearl Street
Denver, CO 80210
Pome – Westword’s Best of Denver 2009 – BEST STORE on OLD SOUTH GAYLORD STREET
“Pome is perennial winner in our book, so you’d think we’d have a hard time thinking of something new to say about it. But that’s just the thing: Kate Feinsod’s adorable home-away-from-home Pome is undergoing a move and a makeover, and we just have to crow about it. Opportunity knocked when the Art Pedlar, a longtime ceramic shop across the street from Pome, closed its doors, leaving a vacant spot on the block. Long story short, Feinsod’s moving her entire shabby-chic kit-and-caboodle from the currently sweet-but-cramped shop to the more spacious one, where she’ll be able to realize a few dreams about what a neighborhood boutique should be. We can’t give it all away, but let’s just say it has something to do with Kaladi’s coffee, Red Trolley ice cream cups and a garden.”
Pome is now carrying:
Earl of Bengal
1018 So. Gaylord St.
Denver, CO 80209
Alchemy Botanicals – “I really like this store as they have an incredible selection of herbal extracts, flower essences and teas” -Yelp Review
Alchemy Botanicals is now carrying:
Earl of Bengal
253 E Main St
Ashland, OR 97520
Garner’s Natural Life – “Garner’s Market is a breath of fresh air. This large organic store is a part of what I call “the new Greenville”, despite the fact that it’s been around for some time now. Its presence moves Greenville in a positive and relevant direction.” – Yelp Review
Garner’s Natural Life is now carrying:
Earl of Bengal
60 E Antrim Dr
Greenville, SC 29607
March 26th, 2009
Denver-based Teatulia doesn’t market a lot of teas: it offers a simple range of eight organic, pesticide-free leaves and blends direct from a sustainable Bangladesh tea garden. But all of them are grown naturally and packaged in biodegradable canisters. Teatulia also supports a Bangladeshi cooperative by feeding a portion of profits back into the community to establish cattle herds and improve hygiene, education and literacy. And the topper is that Teatulia teas really do taste good: rich, sweet and perfectly cured, each small-batch brew sticks in your memory, a cup well-savored.
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