Welcome To Everything Tea

Everything Tea is an independent tea shop focused on providing our customers with excellent tea at reasonable prices. Located on the riverfront in the charming historic district of Snohomish, WA, we are just minutes away from Everett and about a half hour from Seattle by car. We have been providing the Pacific Northwest with fine teas and accessories for fifteen years, and now maintain one of the largest collections of different teas on the west coast.

Stop in and browse our loose-leaf teas from around the world, including green teas from Japan and China, black teas from India, Africa, and Sri Lanka, Oolong and Pu-erh teas from China, and herbals from Asia and the Americas. Looking for organic and fair-trade teas? We have them. We also carry a variety of your old favorite British brands. And if you just can’t make it to Snohomish, don’t worry; you can shop online!

Best Selling Teas

Natural Wellness Herbs & Teas

medicinal herbs

Everything Tea can now help you create custom wellness herbal blends, or you can choose from the ones that we have already created. We currently have mixed herbals for the following conditions*:

Allergies, Arthritis, Energy Boost, Cancer, Diabetes, Depression/Fatigue, Disturbed Sleep, Flu/Cold, Gas/Bloating, Headaches/Migraines, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Immune Booster, Inflammation/Pain, Menopause Symptoms, Menstrual Cramps, Motion Sickness/Nausea, Parkinson’s/Alzheimer’s, Stomach Upset, Stress/Anxiety, Weight Management

Pregnant women should avoid licorice and raspberry leaf.

Wellness Blends!

Tea & Health

Whole Body Health

A simple cup of our delicious tea will indeed help you to relax, de-stress, keep your heart healthy, and may even prevent cancer

Heart Health

It’s true. There is compelling evidence that tea reduces the risk of heart disease, and may even prevent cancer and Alzheimer”s disease! Many studies show us how tea is highly beneficial to our health!

Super Food

Tea is considered a Super Food–whether it is black, green, white, or oolong. In fact, all of these teas come from the same tea plant, Camellia sinensis. The only difference is that the leaves are simply processed differently.

Reduce Risks

Research also suggests that regular tea drinkers–people who drink two or more cups per day–have significantly less heart disease, stroke, lower LDL Cholesterol, recover from heart attacks faster, and research further suggests that tea fights ovarian and breast cancer.


Tea is packed full of polyphenols, anti-oxidants that detoxify damaging free radicals in the body. Tea also has 8-10 times the polyphenols found in fruits and vegetables, according to long-time & well-known tea researcher John Weisburger.


So what are you waiting for? Drink up and enjoy!