When OBTC was brand new, the store carried (and yes, I bought one!) your traditional tea ball. For those who are new to the loose leaf tea game, a tea ball is just what it sounds like - a tea infuser in the shape of a ball that holds loose leaf tea! It usually has a mesh siding, opens in half, held together by a hinge and clasp, and dangles on the side of your mug/teapot by a chain! And while this tea ball did serve its purpose by allowing the tea to infuse in my cup of hot water, OBTC carries MUCH better infusing options now!!
Thanksgiving is great! Quality time with family (I guess this could be both a good and bad thing 😅), loads of delicious food (especially the dessert), and great Black Friday deals and savings (check OBTC out!!). Sometimes, it is easy to eat a little too much, or the L-Tryptophan hits a little too hard - am I right?? Our Pecan Pie Pu Erh is the perfect tea to enjoy after Thanksgiving dinner for several reasons!
One of our favorite fall seasonal blends is our Pumpkin Pie Chai! As some of our seasoned guests may know, this blend comes out around the month of September and will be available throughout the fall, until the stores run out of their supply at the end of the season. We blended this year’s batch a little differently, and we were so excited to release it a few weeks ago!
Hello! My name is Maggie! I am a Marine Scientist that was moved to the New Mexican desert with my family by the Air Force! That move was never in my plan, even in my wildest dreams, and I felt lost in the desert for awhile! Meeting the founding owners of Old Barrel Tea Company and falling in love with the store allowed me to find an oasis in the desert! I had no idea what loose leaf tea was, but now I believe in this company and the product! I hope that I can extend some of the love and knowledge with all of our followers and readers!
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