Drink tea for Goodness Sake!

Teatime benefit brews!

by Shaelee

All new tea blends I have crafted over the past few years have been designed to highlight the benefits and nutrition of native and locally-thriving plants. Its my vision to create a line from our farmer and wild-harvester community to the greater market through Goodness Tea’s offerings.

Presently, I don’t have all the time, ma’am-power or processing equipment needed to source local 100%, but we are working on it! So for now I have found another way to benefit area farmers and our greater local community: by linking blends to donations for some of my favorite area nonprofits.

We will be now be upcharging the following blends by $1, and donating the proceeds to nonprofits we love. There are a few more mostly-local blends we can add to this list. Is there an Olympic Peninsula philanthropy you love that we should help raise money for? Please email to let us know.

The blends, causes and why we want to encourage these teas and organizations!

  • Lemon Lavender: Blended to highlight Sequim’s local lavender farms, this tea has a lovely herbal and tangy flavor. Great hot or iced.  Ingredients: Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Hibiscus, Lavender

  • Sequim Sunset:Delightful evening sipping tea highlighting herbs that thrive locally. Ingredients: Hawthorn Berries, Chamomile, Catnip, Ginkgo Biloba, Rose Petals, Elderflower, Calendula Petals, Sequim Lavender, Yarrow

    • —-> $1 North Olympic Salmon Coalition:working to promote robust wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies by furthering habitat restoration and education on the North Olympic Peninsula.

  • Squatchy’s Delight: A blend highlighting ingredients that are 100% locally available. Ingredients: Nettle, Peppermint, Rosehips

    • —-> $1 Northwest Permaculture Convergence: educating on the use of Permaculture as a powerful tool for designing and manifesting a culture and economy that can fit far better within the boundaries of Planet Earth; working to increase networking and build resilience within the Permaculture community, through a yearly convergence and regional support measures.

  • Peace Tea: A soothing tonic for the nervous system to calm the body and mind, with Lemon Balm added for gentle mood support. Ingredients: Catnip, Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Skullcap, Rose Hips, Cinnamon Verum, Nettle, Oatstraw

    • —-> $1 Deep River Church: funding a health-care treasure chest and providing home and community for those in need.

  • Warrior Ribbons: A blend of botanicals selected to nourish the skin, bones, and soul. White Peony Tea, Oatstraw, Red Raspberry Leaf, Horsetail, Jasmine Flowers, Rose Petals.

    • —-> Sarge’s Place Farm Stand: Sarge's Place provides a safe, clean and sober environment in Forks Washington. This shelter includes a vegetable market garden and farm stand, providing quality food and livelihood for our veteran community.