Frequently asked questions

What does Adjourn mean?

Adjourn, as a verb, means to bring to a close for a period of time. Within the logo, the honey filled circle represents represents you, your essence and your whole self. The ruby circle is both open and unbroken, representing heightened awareness, concentration. It represents strengthening our root chakra, our body’s energy center and stability. The sliding of the ruby circle from the honey circle represents intentionally finding time to refocus and rebalance, strengthening our awareness of self and connecting to our body’s energy center. You never leave your self; you find time and space to care for your self. To learn more about Adjourn Tea House's philosophy, visit our about page.

Where does my tea come from?

Adjourn teas and ingredients are sourced from tea and herb farms and companies within the United States and around the world. All of our teas are blended with ingredients of pristine quality from farmers and growers focused on sustainability.

Does Adjourn Tea House host events?

Eventually. For inquiries regarding private parties or events, contact info@adjournteahouse.com.

How much tea should I use to brew per cup?

At Adjourn, we believe firmly that you brew how much you want and when you want. A good rule of thumb is 1-2 teaspoons per 8 oz cup. Our founder indulges with 3 teaspoons depending on the type of tea and intensity of flavor desired.

What is the shelf life of my tea?

Ideally, if you keep your Adjourn tea in an airtight bag or container away from direct sunlight, your tea should last 6 months to a year. In many cases, you can keep tea longer than a year but, the flavor and medicinal properties of the tea will change.

Does brewing temperature matter?

Absolutely. Use the brewing guide below for more information. No themometer? Pay attention to the characteristics of her water.

Why is my tea bitter or lack flavor?

Great question. It is very important to pay attention to water temperature and steeping time as it differs per tea. If your tea is bitter, try reducing your steeping time. If your tea lacks flavor, try changing the temperature of your water; . You may also try steeping your tea a bit longer.