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My Starbucks Rewards

Earn Stars at participating Starbucks stores and at Starbucks Store online with purchases of At-Home coffee and tea products such as packaged coffee, Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew, Starbucks® K-Cup® Packs and Verismo® Pods, and Teavana tea tins. Also earn Stars with purchases of Tazo teas on Starbucks Store online.

Starbucks Store online customers can receive a maximum of 10 Stars per order. A unique Star Code will be included in your shipment confirmation email. Your Star code value will be equal to the number of qualifying products in this order. Star Codes expire six months after your order is shipped.

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Also, My Starbucks Rewards™ members get a Star for each purchase made with a registered Starbucks® Card.

What is white tea?

White tea is created when the bud and first leaves of the tea bush are carefully plucked and gently air dried. This gentle process allows the brewed tea to remain soft and silky in your mouth instead of developing the vegetative characteristics found in green teas.

What are the right conditions for quality tea?...

What are the right conditions for quality tea?

Climate, altitude and soil make a difference in the quality of a tea. Many of the best teas come from high elevations, where irregular weather and cooler climates put more stress on the tea plant, leading to slower growth and a smaller yield. This stress allows the plant to develop more concentrated levels of the substances that produce great aroma and flavor.

Where does Tazo source its tea?....

Tea origins

Tea is native to the mountainous highlands where India, Tibet, China and Myanmar share a border, but many countries now grow tea commercially. Tazo sources its tea from only a handful of these countries, including black teas from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Kenya, and green teas from China and Japan.

What does a tea plant look like?...

The tea plant

The white-blossomed tea bush, Camellia sinensis, can reach heights of 40 to 60 feet, but the plants are typically pruned to a height of about three feet, creating a flat-topped bush known as a “plucking table” that allows for easy harvest of fresh, young tea leaves. With proper care, tea bushes can be healthy and productive for more than 100 years.

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