6 New Teas to enjoy into the New Year

December’s teas are about celebrating the best time of year. It’s the end of 2018, and there’s so much to celebrate. Amoda Monthly Tea Box subscribers, in particular, have been... Read more →

[SPOILERS] Sneak Peek: The December Monthly Box

‘Tis the season to be cosy! The December Box features festive flavours that will warm you inside and out during this wintry season. December's tea box is one of our... Read more →

12 DAYS, 12 FESTIVE TEAS

We’re revealing 12 select holiday teas over the next 12 days It’s officially December. That means cold weather, carols, and time spent with family. It also means unique festive teas... Read more →


New Tea Reveal

November’s teas are about moments, and treasuring those moments. The holiday season is upon us! All month long, Amoda Monthly Tea Box subscribers have been enjoying robust seasonal flavours with... Read more →

How to prevent tea from going bitter

With proper storage, temperature settings, and timed steeping, you can prevent bitterness in tea. It’s an affliction that many tea lovers suffer through. Often not even milk and sugar are... Read more →

Autumn’s here with teas to cozy up with

It’s the perfect time for a toasty fire and a good book. But as our monthly tea box subscribers know, Autumn is also the perfect time for tea. That means... Read more →


What is healthier: green tea or black tea?

Today, we are going to bust some myths. It may surprise you to learn that both black tea and green tea are from the same plant. Actually, all teas not... Read more →

The Differences between Chinese and Japanese Green Tea

Tea has been grown in China and Japan for hundreds of years. In both countries, green tea is the most popular variety of tea consumed. But while both Chinese and... Read more →

How to Make Your Own Tea Blends

Here’s how to start making your own amazing tea blends Tea has an impressive diversity of natural flavours. For example, green tea is often delicate and sweet while black tea... Read more →


What is Rooibos?

At cafes and tea shops around the world, something new and unique has arrived on the menu. Rooibos has recently surged in popularity and is one of the most popular... Read more →

Making Iced Tea From Loose Leaf

If you haven’t jumped on the homemade iced tea train yet, now’s the time! Having a favourite iced tea method in your back pocket will pay off all year long.... Read more →

The Power of Plants Issue 1: The Tea Plant

Do you ever find that your appreciation for something or someone increases after learning more about their past, their history, their unique characteristics, their strengths, their weaknesses? That’s our goal... Read more →


Bonus info for our January Monthly teas

image: Terroir Tea Merchant Let's dig into the latest teas added to our curated online store. These are two artisan teas from our January monthly box. Now available in our... Read more →

The top 10 teas of 2016 we hope you didn't miss!

Think you've tried all of our teas? You might be surprised! #1 - 5: The most highly rated by you, our customers: 1.       Heavenly Cream   "This... Read more →

May Teas - New to the Curated Collection

FIND YOUR NEW GO-TO. Introducing four brand new teas to the Curated Collection, each with their own unique flair. These have been getting really great reviews by our subscribers, who... Read more →


What's Mate and Why Should I Be Drinking It?

What's Yerba Mate? Yerba Mate is one of the few plants on earth that produces caffeine. Tea, coffee, cacao and guarana being others. Mate is a very balanced brew, acting... Read more →

Beginner's Guide to Wuyi Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea Primer Oolongs are the most complicated teas to manufacture. Oolong teas are made from large tea leaves and the appearance (form, shape, colour) of finished oolong teas can... Read more →

Making Iced Tea From Loose Leaf

For those of you who are new to our tea box this month, here's a primer on making iced tea from loose leaves. There are so many teas that taste... Read more →