Magazine June 22, 2020, Issue

We Stand Together

At the reenactment of the Battle of Gettysburg in Gettysburg, Pa., July 6, 2013 (Gary Cameron/Reuters)


We at the East India Tea Company were heartbroken, as were many of you, by the recent events in Boston Harbor. 

For years, our tea has been enjoyed by Boston-area families, and it is a beloved brand in homes and pantries all over “New” England. 

For us, a cup of tea is a time for sharing and caring, with loved ones and friends. A cup of tea is a symbol of hospitality, and a shared pot of our signature brew — whether you prefer our full-bodied House Blend or one of our Estate-Grown Single-Origin DistinctlyTea™ Flavortime Flavors — can and

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