Local Corner: Essential Oil classes at Steep

Local Corner: Essential Oil classes at Steep

You’re invited to join us for 1, 2 or all 3 parts of our upcoming wellness series workshops!  Lynell Shattls, a local dōTERRA wellness advocate and educator, will be leading these workshops to empower you to use essential oils this holiday season and beyond to manage...
Local Corner: Meg’s Minions

Local Corner: Meg’s Minions

Crocheted Plush Trunk Show! House of Steep October 1, 2016 12-5pm Local artisan Meg Rivers and her army of crocheted plush animals are invading House of Steep. Durable and washable, these cuddly friends will bring you an instant smile. Why we love them?  Meg’s...
Special Promotion: Events

Special Promotion: Events

We so love having good people gather in our space: it’s good for our Chi and it’s a nice feeling when our customers proudly invite their best people to celebrate at their favorite tea shop. This year, we’re offering 40% off the event fee (space...
Teas for Times of Day

Teas for Times of Day

Some teas, such as English Breakfast, are quick to tell you when they prefer to fit into your schedule. Others aren’t so instructive. But it can be teatime 24/7, depending on the taste, mood, and energy level you seek to sip. Morning teas are competing with coffee and...
Anniversary gifts (for you)

Anniversary gifts (for you)

We are so grateful to have served you for the past 4 years.  We couldn’t have done it without you and in gratitude, we extend some big savings to you on your next “full service Steep”  Purchase up to September 21, 2016 and redeem anytime in the month...
Regions

Regions

China is the world’s leading producer of tea, harvesting over 1.1 million tons annually as well as a wider variety than any other country. (After all, where do you think the saying “Not for all the tea in China!” came from?) For millennia it has served as an indicator...

Tea & Alternative Therapy

Tea has been enjoyed for centuries because of its therapeutic benefits and often ritualistic properties.  Some natural benefits derived from tea include: High antioxidants Effect on allergies, arthritis, energy level, digestion, nerves, certain illnesses, memory...
White Tea

White Tea

White tea often has more oxidation comes more caffeine. However while white teas do have caffeine, it’s unlikely to become accessible during the cooking process, therefore is considered to have the least amount of caffeine of the Camelia sinensis varieties.  White tea...
Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea

Oolong tea falls somewhere between green and black in terms of processing and flavor, with some grassy notes but a full-bodied intensity. The flavor’s ability to hold its own against a robust black tea probably has to do with why Queen Victoria herself fell in love...