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  • Apr 20, 2024, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
    Woodinville, 22505 WA-9, Woodinville, WA 98072, USA
    Our 2024 festival tickets will be available online in February.
  • Apr 15, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    Everett, 802 E Mukilteo Blvd #205, Everett, WA 98203, USA
    April 15, 2023 at Floral Hall in Everett, WA! Which ticket should I choose? AM: Arrive between 11am and 12:30pm for entry to festival PM: Arrive after 1:30pm for entry to festival You can stay as long as you would like with any ticket type. Enter $0 for free tickets or any amount to donate
  • Jan 21, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Lynden Library Meeting Room, 216 4th St, Lynden, WA 98264, USA
    Let's celebrate the Year of the Rabbit! Meet us at the Lynden Library for fun: tea tastings, lunar new year snacks, and arts & crafts will start your year with good fortune. Co-hosted by Whatcom Tea
  • Nov 13, 2022, 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
    Thorndike Room @ McMenamins, 18607 Bothell Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011, USA
    Join us to learn about the ancient Tea-Horse Road, a trade route that connected Yunnan and Tibet for 1000 years, and pu ehr tea, which was carried along it.
  • Sep 10, 2022, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Auditorium at UHeights, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA
    The first Cascadia Mid-Autumn Tea Festival is coming to Seattle on September 10th 2022!
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Join us at a tea education session, a small tea event, or one of our festivals!

CASCADIA SPRING TEA FESTIVAL

April 20, 2024

We're back for our third tea festival!  We're heading north to Woodinville, Washington and holding our 2024 Cascadia Tea Festival at the Brightwater Center.

Enjoy tea, learn, craft, and connect with our community in this beautiful setting.  Pack a picnic and enjoy the surrounding trails and green space!

2023 SPRING FESTIVAL VENDORS
2024 vendors to be announced

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Festival sponsor!

Return vendor! Crimson Lotus Tea is a Seattle area puerh tea import and education company. We are Glen Bowers, and my wife Dawa Lamu. We got started in 2013. Glen grew up in Seattle and was a total coffee geek until I found puerh. Lamu is a Tibetan born in the Himalayas and raised in Yunnan. Puerh tea is the fuel that drives our passions; both literally and figuratively.

We exclusively deal in puerh tea and gongfu style brewing accessories. We travel to Yunnan, China each year to live and work as close to the source as possible.

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Festival Sponsor!

Return vendor! Floating Leaves imports oolong and other teas directly from Taiwanese farmers and roasters, and has operated out of Ballard Seattle for over 17 years. They work with artisans and producers who take pride in their craft. Floating Leaves is also pursuing the traditional art of Charcoal Roasting oolong tea right here in Washington.

Our deep desire is to share the beauty and carry on the tradition of Taiwan into the American tea culture. We want to share teas that make you feel inspired.

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Festival Sponsor!

We’re from Bellingham, WA and make superfood latte blends based on TURMERIC, BEETROOT & MATCHA. SAKU is a great way to boost your health & wellbeing while enjoying a treat. Our wellness lattes are a snap to prepare, packed with benefits & absolutely delicious. They can be made with your favorite milk & enjoyed hot, iced, or as a cocktail! SAKU is 100% organic, vegan, gluten & sugar free. We mix in small batches and only use the most fragrant, freshly ground ingredients. Nourish your body & feed your soul… BE SAKU®

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Festival Sponsor!

TEA J TEA

Our mission is to provide unique tea tasting experiences from around the world through our teas & pastries sourced from various cultures with teaware and step-by-step brewing instructions.

Our teas are not the average teas, we box the most premium and flavorful teas. Although tea alone may taste incredible; when it is harmonized with a delicious pastry, the experience transforms into something absolutely unexpected... You just have to open up the monthly box, scan the QR code, & enjoy the moment!  However, the most important aspect of creating the special moment is who you share the tea experience with.

Tea J Tea or the Tea time in a box was once only an innovative idea shared by our co-founders, Thuy & John. Now we can share it with you!

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Returning vendor

Friday Afternoon is a small family owned, geeky-themed tea company. They provide loose leaf tea, custom blends, tea wares and accessories, and educational tastings.

We believe in tea as an act of love and service. We believe in knowing our farmers and brewing with heart. We believe in giving back to our communitea and finding any excuse to laugh over a cuppa.

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Returning vendor

The Sugimoto story started at the foothills of Mt. Fuji with first generation tea maker Zenichi Sugimoto. Over the course of three generations the Sugimoto family has built a tea company that is authentic and innovative.

Sugimoto produces Japanese green teas, including everything from sencha to matcha, while embracing innovation to bring the best tasting tea to customers.  Sugimoto seeks to show people around the world the wonder of Japanese tea in food and beverages, and through these efforts, make people’s lives richer and happier.

New vendor for 2023

WHATCOM TEA

Whatcom Tea is a small business that sells tea, tea ware, consults, and produces educational learning opportunities throughout the U.S and abroad. Whatcom Tea is founded by tea lovers in the Whatcom County region of Washington state. They hold regular public tea tastings and educational events, and occasionally makes field trips to notable tea destinations (such as the world-class Chinese tea shops in Richmond B.C.)

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New vendor for 2023

THREE BEARS TEA

We are passionate about tea, bringing you the best and best value specialty teas (pu'er, liu bao, oolong and others) and tea wares.

Three Bears Tea works to bring you teas we believe are prime examples of their genres and worthy of drinking and collecting. We only sell teas we personally drink and collect and believe represent good value: high quality for their price. As a Social Purpose Corporation (SPC) we deliver on our responsibility to do business in a way that benefits the social and environmental good.

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New vendor for 2023

D&TEA

D&Tea is a values-driven company focused on selling the highest quality tea with exceptional customer service to the most awesome nerds in the world. After being founded in 2019, we went from a small company just scooping tea and putting them into paper bags at a convention to now having branded packaging, tumblers, barcodes, and even paying the owners every once in a while.
This growth came not from us, but from the fantastic support we have had from the most amazing people we’ve ever met. It’s people like you who drive the growth around this company. No marketing budget could ever compete from the power of a new (or old) fan who’s hopped up on their first cup of Underdark & Chill.

New vendor for 2023

HERITAGE TEAWORKS

Heritage Teaworks is a virtual sanctuary created to celebrate the divine light that is reflected in. Hand crafted art for your tea time.

New vendor for 2023

LA LIATH BAKERY

Lá Liath, pronounced la lee-ah, is Irish for "grey day," and was chosen to reflect the (usual) Seattle weather. Our mission is to bring the baked goods of the British Isles to Seattle emphasizing local ingredients. All items are made from scratch and baked in our commercial kitchen in Georgetown.
Bakery owner Marenka, pronounced Ma-zhen-ka, has a love for all things tea and pastry, as well as her partner, cat, and cookbooks. Her favorite items to eat are the Viennese Whirls and Bakewell tart, though she thinks the Guinness cake is the most delicious smelling item to make.

New vendor for 2023

LACONNER TEA COMPANY

Our Mission is to provide the highest quality of luxury tea and accoutrements as we strive to produce blends that are unique to the palate and soothing to the soul.

I use to have a retail tea shop on La Conner’s historic waterfront where I created special blends that represented the local region. My blends were well received and flew off the shelf. My customers were pleased with a luxury product named for the area where their memories were made. In 2018 I left the tea business to pursue another dream but year year later returned to begin a luxury tea company based online. We love to travel and plan to see all of America by road with trailer in tow and to make connections all over the US to bring luxury tea to America’s palate.

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