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TEA: From Pallet to Palate

TeaHaus’ eagerly awaited tea shipment arrived today! It shipped from Germany, spent a whole lot of time in customs, and then came to Ann Arbor via truck.

Two pallets of tea to unpack!

Each box is opened and the contents checked against the packing slip.

Some teas need to be renumbered to match TeaHaus numbers.

White teas—delicate and easily crushed—are packed into individual cartons within the boxes.

The tins on the Tea Wall are first filled. Here, Mercedes is transferring our new Vietnam tea from the bag into a tin that protects the tea from light and moisture.

TeaHaus offers around 175 loose leaf teas at all times.

Extra tea is stored in either the TeaHaus storage room or the overflow storage room at our Eat More Tea location.


Tea is bagged for walk-in customers and to fill online orders.


And, of course, all our teas are brewed, either in-Haus or in your house—completing the process from pallet to palate!

See to order tea!!!

Filed under: News & Issues Tagged: Germany

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TEA: From Pallet to Palate


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