Indulge in the world of Native-made tea accessories, enhancing not just your tea-drinking ritual but also honoring the cultural heritage of indigenous communities. Join us on this enchanting journey through handcrafted treasures that promise to elevate your tea experience.
Brewing Culture and Gratitude: Tribal Tea Co. at the National Museum of the American Indian. Welcome to the Smithsonian Spotlight, where we delve into the cultural richness housed within the Smithsonian Institution, and today, our focus is on the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). Specifically, we’re highlighting an inspiring collaboration that intertwines education, cultural appreciation, and gratitude – the partnership between the NMAI and Tribal Tea Co.
In the heartland of Nebraska, where the traditions of the Winnebago Tribe resonate through time, a unique venture has emerged – Tribal Tea Co. More than just a purveyor of exquisite teas, Tribal Tea is a testament to the vision and resilience of the Winnebago Tribe, operating under the umbrella of Ho-Chunk Inc., the tribe’s economic development arm.
Here at Tribal Tea Co., we are always thrilled to hear from passionate tea enthusiasts who share our love for the art of tea. One such tea lover, Cheryl, also known as “Just Tea-Zen,” recently graced us with a heartwarming review that captured the essence of our Hibiscus-Peppermint blend. We couldn’t be more excited to share her words and the joy she experienced with our tea.
Hello, Tea Enthusiasts and Nature Lovers!
We are Tribal Tea Co., and we’re thrilled to share some exciting news with you. Our story, our love for tea, and our deep connection to Native American traditions have found another home at Valley Trading Co., and we couldn’t be more delighted to invite you on this incredible journey with us.
On November 1, a special event unfolded in Brooklyn, as In The Know by Yahoo came together to celebrate the vibrant tapestry of Native American Heritage Month. This gathering was a platform for profound conversations and cultural exchange, featuring influential voices such as Deputy Editor Laura Clark and the talented actress Amber Midthunder. Amidst the enlightening discussions and the sharing of indigenous stories, one element shone brilliantly – the inclusion of Tribal Tea Co. in the event’s thoughtfully curated gift bags.