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.