Plymouth Tea crosses the Atlantic!


In 1620 The Mayflower Ship set sail from Plymouth, from the steps that are a short distance from our current office and set out for the New World.  Now almost 400 years later, Plymouth Tea has sent an order of our range over the sea to Plymouth MA on the East coast of America.

The Photo below is of Rob Kluin who is the marketing director of Plimoth Plantation which is a wonderful national resource for historical research & preservation, they are a living history museum telling the story of the Wampanoag people & the Pilgrims in 1627.

You can read more by checking out their website We also sent some tea to the Plymouth MA chamber of Commerce.

So hopefully Plymouth Tea will be making a permanent move to the USA at some point in the future but for now we will have to keep crossing the sea.

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