How It Works

  1. We search for the most unique teas from around the world.
  2. We select 5 interesting teas you must try (40g total).
  3. We deliver the teas directly to your door every month.
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Included With Each Order:

  • Flight of five teas, tasting notes and brewing instructions
  • Detailed reviews and product information
  • Free shipping plus a reusable muslin bag to store your teas
  • Surprises like brewing filters, discounts and other fun stuff

People love Steepster Select

  • Interesting teas from new places and companies. I really feel like I can grow my love for tea with each box. An excellent experience all-around.”
    Testimonial face przespo Jake Przespo

    Experienced Tea Drinker

  • There's no better way to learn about tea.”
    Testimonial face jeffress Jacqui Jeffress

    Aspiring Tea Drinker

  • This is the best way to supplement my tea habit. The teas the Steepster people find are welcome newcomers to my tea stash.”
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    Advanced Tea Drinker

Featured in our latest box

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    Meng Ding Mao Feng 2014

    by Seven Cups

    Origin:
    Sichuan, China
    Flavors:
    Chestnut, sweet grass, and wild flowers.
    Description:
    This tea takes its name from Meng Ding Mountain where it’s grown in Sichuan, China. The beautiful spring buds are meticulously processed, revealing undertones of spring flowers and toasted peanut. Pairs perfectly with cooked greens, baked fish, and hearty salads.
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    Mi Lan Xiang (Snow Orchid)

    by Seven Cups

    Origin:
    Guangdong, China
    Flavors:
    Honey, orchid, with a lingering finish.
    Description:
    We love the orchid aroma and honey sweetness of this beautiful tea. A second roast imbues a complex and lasting flavor and floral aromas that fill the room. Try this tea with vanilla ice cream, fruit, or honeyed almonds.
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    Organic Wuyi Golden Emperor

    by Steepster

    Origin:
    Wuyi, China
    Flavors:
    Malt, toasted honey, and stewed fruit.
    Description:
    The sweet brewed liquor reveals a smooth and astringency-free profile with notes of malt and roasted sweet potato. Take a minute to appreciate the beautiful leaf shape and intoxicating dry leaf aroma. Pairs perfectly with roasted meat, spicy foods, and omelettes!
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    2010 Yunnan Pu-erh

    by Steepster

    Origin:
    Yunnan, China
    Flavors:
    Leather, forest floor, and earthy tones.
    Description:
    This “Shou”, or secondary oxidized pu-erh, has a deep rich color and complex flavor. A pervasive sweetness mixes with the unmistakable “earthiness” Yunnan pu-erhs are known for. This tea was meant to pair with earthy foods like chestnuts, mushrooms, and brown rice.
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    Fuding White Peony

    by Steepster

    Origin:
    Fujian, China
    Flavors:
    Nutty with a pervasive sweetness.
    Description:
    A hand processed White tea of the highest order. Experience a beautiful light golden liquor and aromas of stone fruit, cut grass, and faint nuttiness. Pairs brilliantly with light soups, salads, and winter vegetables.

Like fine wine, tea has a variety of rich flavors and complex aromas which make it ideal to pair with food. This month we’ve included 5 different styles of tea we love and picked dishes to go along with each. When sipping, pay close attention to the characteristics of the teas and how they contrast and enhance your eating experience. If you’re looking for an even more advanced tea and food event, swing by the Steepster Blog for full recipes to pair with this month’s teas - whether you’re cooking for yourself or a Valentine’s date, you’ll be ready for the meal of a lifetime!

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