Being a part of an expanding tea market, we want to keep up with cutting edge products. Not only do we offer exceptional teas, we now have a really nice presentation.
Bellingham, Washington (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
The Woods Coffee today announced its collaboration with Bellingham’s Spice Hut to completely overhaul its tea offering. Beginning in November, Woods began offering only new pyramid tea sachets, which offer an improved design and a fuller, more robust flavor.
“Spice Hut and Woods are both local, family owned businesses, so we have a lot in common in terms of vision,” said Tanvir Sidhu, co-owner and manager of day-to-day operations at The Spice Hut. “We love Woods’s passion for innovation and quality, and we share the same eagerness to enhance our products and make a positive contribution to the community.”
The key difference of the new pyramid tea sachets soon to be found at all of Woods’s 14 Whatcom County locations lies in its design. The pyramid sachet offers full tea leaves, which completely expand in hot water, giving a more evenly balanced, aromatic, and flavorful cup of tea. Though it uses a smaller compostable tea bag, the new pyramid sachet still offers the same amount of tea leaves.
Another convenience of the pyramid sachet is the string. Though it may sound trivial, the previous tea bags tended to drip water onto the outside of the cup, a problem eliminated by the new pyramid sachet. The new design also displays the tea leaves, spices, and, herbs within a silky, translucent bag, giving an aesthetically pleasing experience for the customer.
Like the original bags, the new pyramid sachets are biodegradable and free of glues, inks, staples, and other material that may change the flavor of the tea. They are also non-gmo and gluten free.
Woods will continue to offer all of the same ten tea flavors customers know and love, as well as a special, limited-time holiday flavor, starting this holiday season.
“We take a lot of pride in our ability to offer our customers the best tea-sipping experience possible,” said Sidhu. “Our partnership with Woods has pushed us to consistently provide high quality, specialty teas with an unmatched flavor.”
Tea sales have seen a recent growing trend in North America. More than 500 retail tea outlets have been opened in the past few years, according to the Tea Association of the USA, bringing the nation’s total to more than 3,500. Starbucks opened its first Tazo tea store in November of 2012, before transitioning to the new Teavana brand in 2013.
“Being a part of an expanding tea market, we want to keep up with cutting edge products. Not only do we offer exceptional teas, we now have a really nice presentation,” said Wes Herman, owner of Woods Coffee. “This new bag will provide a rich flow of tea flavor no matter what your favorite tea is. My personal favorite is the blueberry white tea.”
For more information on the Spice Hut, visit http://www.TheSpiceHut.com.
For more information on The Woods Coffee, visit http://www.TheWoodsCoffee.com, check out the company’s Facebook page, or call 360.933.1855.
About The Woods Coffee
The Woods Coffee was established in 2002 by the Herman family of Lynden, Washington. With a dream of starting a chain of coffee shops, the Herman family pooled their talents and resources to create their first Woods Coffee shop. Today, 11 years later, the company has a total of 14 locations in the Pacific Northwest; offers its own line of fresh, in-house baked goods; and exclusive compost-a-cup brand of compostable cups. In addition, the company uses sustainable design and building practices, achieving LEED® certification where possible. For more information on The Woods Coffee, please visit http://www.TheWoodsCoffee.com, or call 360.933.1855.